Sara Harris has been selected as the Project Excellence award recipient for Warren County ESC this school year. Ms. Harris teaches in a multiple disabilities classroom at Franklin High School, and this is her fifth year in that position. Ms. Harris is being recognized for her success in building connections with student peers, student families, general education faculty members, and community organizations to the benefit of her students. Her exceptional efforts to assist students as they transition to life after high school was recognized when she was selected to participate in a Multi-Agency Planning group (MAP to Employment), and her work to connect families with various transition agencies who assist students with employment opportunities. Her dedication to transition planning has allowed her to expand her knowledge of transition assessment tools and measures as well as transition supports and services which she has used to train other special education teachers. The Governing Board and leadership team at Warren County ESC, as well as the members of the Area Progress Council Project Excellence Board offer our congratulations and thanks to Ms. Harris for her exceptional work with students.
Pictured left to right: Dr. Kathie MacNeil, Program Supervisor, Sara Harris, Award Recipient,
Tom Isaacs, Warren County ESC Superintendent