LEARNING FOR INDEPENDENCE

“Learning for Independence” is a program for 18-21 year olds with intellectual or developmental disabilities. CESA 7 and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College are working together to provide students in Brown County with opportunities to pursue long-term adult outcomes. The program allows students to become integrated and involved in a post-high school community. Having the students attend classes on the NWTC campus offers the older students an age appropriate setting better preparing them with the skills they need to pursue other learning opportunities and employment.

LEARN MORE ABOUT LEARNING FOR INDEPENDENCE AT CESA 7


RESOURCES:
Program Video

2020-2021 Class Calendar

LFI Student Application
The 2021-2022 LFI Application is now in an ELECTRONIC format!
 
Please contact Olivia Ashley (oashley@cesa7.org) if you have any questions.

New Student Supplemental Document

If applying for a NEW STUDENT, please fill out the Supplemental  Document with the student BEFORE submission of their Student  Application.

BECKY SPENGLER

Program Director

BECKY SPENGLER
(920)617-5627
bspengler@cesa7.org

OLIVIA ASHLEY

Program Assistant

OLIVIA ASHLEY
(920) 617-5641
oashley@cesa7.org  

Program Coordinator/Teacher
MARY DERGINER
(920) 639-8627
mderginer@cesa7.org

Classroom Assistant
MARY GAGAN

Classroom Assistant
SUE LEMEROND

Classroom Assistant
PAUL ROBERTS