J. Everett Light Career Center is committed to ensuring success for all students who chose pathways through Career and Technical Education (CTE). If your student receives accommodations or modifications for a learning disability, language barrier, or any additional impairment, please contact us to find out how we can help with successful education placements and transitions.
The nature of Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a combination of both theory and practice. This includes hands-on instruction and smaller learning environments of students with similar interests. This can be conducive to more independent growth and learning.
With all students, individualized attention at school and home is critical to their success.
The Learning Lounge at J. Everett Light Career Center offers the following supports to students with disabilities.
Small group study sessions
Working with Your High School
The Special Services department at J. Everett Light Career Center works with our sending schools to make sure information regarding a student’s IEP, 504, and/or ILP is received and implemented.
At J. Everett Light Career Center, we are committed to providing career and technical training to all students. We strive to give students a unique experience that will lead them to a future that is bright and full of promise.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin
I provide support to our students and staff at JEL as the Special Services Coordinator. I earned my Exceptional Learners Certification from Indiana Wesleyan University and my BS in Family & Consumer Sciences and Housing & Environmental Design from Olivet Nazarene University. When working with students I love to see them develop confidence in their abilities and apply their knowledge to real situations. Outside of school, I enjoy watching my 2 year old son explore the world around him and also love spending time with my husband, our dog, and our 7 chickens.
I work with students and staff at JEL in the Learning Center as an Instructional Assistant for Special Needs Students. I am a retired Pharmaceutical Sales Representative. I also worked as the Assistant Director at Kindercare Learning Center before coming to JEL. I earned a BS Degree in Community Development and Health Sciences from Central Michigan University. I also have an Associate of Arts Degree from Moorpark College and an ECE certificate in Early Childhood Education. I have 3 children, grand and great-grandchildren. I love to shop, travel, and to spend time with my family.
I'm honored to provide support and learning assistant to individuals and groups of students as designed and prescribed by the certified instructors at JEL. Having grown up on a farm, my daddy had several sayings, my favorite by Dr. Marlo Archer (Psychological Service for children, teens and families). Urban Folklore that says, "Life's lessons will be repeated until they are learned." I earned a Operators & Teachers License in Cosmetology from Erie County Technical School & attended Duff's Business School of PGH for Medical Admin. I hold several Insurances Licenses and have owned, managed and operated my own & other businesses. Prior to coming to work for JEL, for a couple of years I was a Social Host for a major hotel chain & was a Domestic Goddess for 20 plus yrs. Outside of JEL I enjoy traveling with my husband of 29 yrs , spending time with our 2 adult sons, our dog and our friends.
My daily focus is in the Automotive area to assist students in good 6 "S" safety skills and to provide support in their career planning. I have an Associates Degree from University of Arkansas - Helena Arkansas. I am certified in Shop Floor Management and have 25 years experience of Lean Manufacturing in various fields of management. I have 5 Children and 10 Grandchildren. Tailgating, fishing, biking, traveling, walking and Tai Chi are my favorite past times.