Wayzata Paraprofessional, Student Receive Special Education Awards
A Wayzata High School paraprofessional and student were recently recognized with awards from the Minnesota Association of Career and Technical Education Special Needs Personnel.
According to the Sun Sailor, special education paraprofessional Maggie Dvorak received the 2015 Outstanding Career and Technical Work Trainer of the Year Award, and student Lily Kann received the 2015 Outstanding Career and Technical Student of the Year Award.
The awards are given out each year by the association to recognize the contributions and efforts of professionals and students.
“I am so lucky to work with them … I work for such a wonderful district and the staff and the students are the best part of it,” Dvorak told the Sun Sailor.
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