Jasper Aim Academy Students get a Tasty Lesson in Life

Jasper – (NNDC)

Jasper Aim Academy Students got a tasty lesson with a visit to your local Noble Roman’s.  Students from the Aim Academy work in area businesses including McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and others as Tom Gregory explains a little more about the program.  Click on Video

AIM Academy is a transition program for 18-21 year old students with intellectual disabilities in the four Dubois County High Schools. Students in Pike County may also be considered if transportation can be arranged.  AIM Academy is a partnership between the Exceptional Children’s Co-op, Southern Indiana Resource Solutions (SIRS), and Indiana University. Click on Video

 

Great job by the Aim Academy and let News Now if there are anymore yummy life lessons in the near future.

(picture below was the annual Christmas Party)

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