Rotary awards money to Mid-Valley for special bike
Recently, the St. Charles Noon Rotary Club Foundation Board unanimously approved a $3,472 award to the Mid-Valley Special Education Cooperative for the purchase of an adaptive bike for multi-needs high school students who attend Mid-Valley.
These children reside in the Mid-Valley area which is comprised of: Batavia, Kaneland, St. Charles, Burlington Central, and Geneva school districts.
These high school students have moderate to profound cognitive delays, neurodevelopment delays and/or significant physical disabilities who may benefit from a focus on occupational, vocational and speech therapies and some basic life skills.
Currently there are 6 students in the class.
Mid-Valley Special Education is based in St. Charles at the Mades-Johnson Center where the administration offices and some classrooms are located. Mid-Valley was formed in 1963 to serve students with a myriad of special needs in the participating area school districts. For more information, visit www.mvse.org.