NHS students partner with community in business

Malea Pandes and Joslyn Fillingim stock supply baskets with creamer, sugar and stirrers to be used in delivery.

Malea Pandes and Joslyn Fillingim stock supply baskets with creamer, sugar and stirrers to be used in delivery.

To be independent and as self-capable as possible. That’s a goal the Navarre High School Exceptional Student Education program and its 25 students share.

The program lacks funding, but that has not stopped it from flourishing and becoming a model program for students with special needs. The students lack some capabilities but that has not stopped them from prospering in the work environment and throughout the community.

Read more in the Sept. 11 issue of the Navarre Press or subscribe online here.

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