This year, Paragon hosted the very first Fulfilling Futures Breakfast. The event took place on campus and was joined by many community members ranging from parents to medical professionals to government officials.
Those in attendance learned about Paragon’s history, its present, and what the future looks like.
Guests heard from high school student, Jackson, who shared how Paragon changed his life.
I have seen myself grow in height, intellect, IQ, manners, self-awareness, and making positive impressions on others. The Paragon School makes me proud of the person I have become and happy. I feel very blessed to be a student here and don’t know where I would be today if it weren’t for Paragon.
Guests listened as Greg, a parent of a student currently attending Paragon, shared how the school not only helped his son, but also his family.
My wife, Kristie, and I had nearly given up hope that we would ever find a school where Ethan would have any chance of success. In our experience with five schools, both public and private, we found staff inadequately trained to work with autistic kids, poor parent-teacher communication, inflexibility in the curriculum, low expectations, or disruptive classroom behavior. Then we discovered The Paragon School. The Paragon School is a safe place. It is highly structured. The kids are happy and know what to expect from themselves, each other and the faculty.
We are so thankful to everyone who took the time to learn about the school and how the school is changing lives. We appreciate the community’s support.