UCS grad earns Transition School-to-work award

School To Work

Utica Community Schools 2014 graduate Tiffane James was named School-to-Work Transition Student of the Year at the New Horizons Rehabilitation Services 50th Annual Awards Ceremony.

James, who attended Eisenhower High School, earned this award for demonstrating diligence in taking advantage of transition services and in meeting her objectives.

She demonstrated outstanding efforts in developing a career goal by moving from the role of a high school student to college student and employee since last June. Her parents Noreen and Robert James accompanied Tiffane to the ceremony and banquet as well as her former Eisenhower High School special education teacher Mike Satawa, Associate Principal Ken Marnon and Special Services Supervisor Karen Kennedy.

The Special Services Department congratulates Tiffane for her outstanding work!

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