AllOne Charities granted $22,000 for a pilot program between Holy Cross High School and the NEPA Center for Independent Living. Students in Holy Cross’s Individualized Instruction program will attend a specialized program at NEPA CIL that will help them develop the critical life and practical skills that will best position them for post-graduation success in the workplace. These students suffer from various health-related conditions and challenges. Partnerships such as these supplement the personal attention and students are able to receive a complete range of services tailored to their unique needs.

Photo (left to right): Kristen Donohue, superintendent of Catholic Schools; Jason Morrison, Diocesan Secretary of Catholic Education/chief executive officer; John Cosgrove; the Most Rev. Joseph C. Bambera, bishop of Scranton; and Sandra Snyder, diocesan grant writer.

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