John Paul II Center Student, Molli, and staff member, Noreen Cosgrove, were recently featured in an Associated Press article about how special needs students adapt to remote learning.
Located in Shillington, the John Paul II Center for Special Learning is receiving national attention via an Associated Press segment highlighting how the staff worked with students to help them get comfortable with virtual learning after the pandemic forced to close the school to close it’s facility.
“Our building were closed, but our school was open,” stated Principal Mary Adams.
A video journalist from the Associated Press visited student Molli Gregorzek and her family in Myerstown, and also spoke with John Paul II teacher Noreen Cosgrove. The segment has been shared with news outlets around the world.
“Molli originally had some difficulty adapting to remote learning, but now she is flourishing,” said Melissah Jablonski , Director of Advancement at the school. “This is a story of hope and inspiration for all families who have had to adapt to a new way of learning because of the Coronavirus.”