Opening doors of opportunity
Attending four-year universities after graduating from high school has become the norm for students across the country but that’s not always the path traveled for students interested in other areas of study.
That’s why Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School Principal Nate Walbruch has teamed up with Green Prairie Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Center to offer high school students over the age of 16 a class to become certified nursing assistants.
“We are responsible for showing kids what’s out there,” said Walbruch. “We want the high school to become world-class and to have as many doors open as possible
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