Steve Locke speaks to Lions Club

Steve Locke (right), Mecosta-Osceola Intermediate School District superintendent, spoke to a meeting of the Big Rapids Lions Club to share the work of the MOISD. Locke reviewed the major areas of work the organization is responsible for and the impact the work has on students and the community. In particular, it was noted the special education programs serve students from birth to age 26 throughout the MOISD service area. The Career and Technical Center is a resource for students in the area to become educated in various career areas such as public safety, nursing, building and technical skills, preparing them to find employment or move on to post-secondary education following graduation. With the implementation of Meceola Tech, the organization also is attempting to meet the needs of non-public school individuals needing skills training and identifying and assisting with meeting the needs of local businesses for employees with the appropriate skills. (Courtesy photo)

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