Entries by Justina Janas

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

Our teachers are one of our greatest assets and we thank them for their commitment to our students and families. This last year has been challenging for everyone and we’re so thankful for our amazing teachers that continued educating and preparing students to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Teacher Treats to Help Us Say […]

Grad Spotlight: Where Are They Now? Lizzie A.

In 2019 we featured Lizzie in our Grad Spotlight series. We were lucky enough to catch up with her this year to learn about what she’s been up to since graduating from Visions! Young Entrepreneur Lizzie has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. In high school she founded Team Celebrate, a nonprofit organization that provides birthday […]

Opportunities To Celebrate National Volunteer Month

April is National Volunteer Month! Countless organizations and nonprofits depend on volunteers to provide important services. Volunteering is a great way to help your community, meet new people and make a difference. Find Opportunities Near You Want to volunteer but not sure where to start? Visit volunteermatch.org to find opportunities in your area by topic. […]

April is Autism Acceptance Month

“The Autism Society of America, the nation’s oldest leading grassroots autism organization, is proud to celebrate Autism Acceptance Month in April 2021 with the ‘Celebrate Differences’ campaign. Designed to build a better awareness of the signs, symptoms, and realities of autism, #CelebrateDifferences focuses on providing information and resources for communities to be more aware of […]

Career Technical Education Opportunities Available At Visions

Being a high school student at Visions In Education has tons of benefits including Career Technical Education (CTE) opportunities! CTE allows students to learn about various careers, develop soft skills and participate in work-based learning. Students can also start earning college credit while still working towards their high school diploma. Preparing Students For The Future […]

March Is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

It’s estimated that over 5 million Americans have a developmental disability. Developmental disabilities are defined as a chronic disability that will likely continue indefinitely that results in functional limitations. Affected life activities can include learning, language, mobility, self care and independent living. Autism, Down syndrome, Spina Bifida and Cerebral Palsy are examples of developmental disabilities. Using […]

Congratulations to the “Learning Your Way Video Contest” Winners!

We’re excited to announce the winners of our “Learning Your Way” video contest! We had a lot of great entries and we’d like to celebrate all of our students’ great work. Thank you to everyone that submitted entries and supported our talented finalists. Watch this playlist to see all the amazing submissions Without further ado, […]