WCBDD Graduates Celebrate Success


WARREN COUNTY, OH -- The Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities is excited to congratulate some of our 2024 graduates who will be moving on to higher education or employment.

Breckin Arneson is graduating from Springboro High School and is heading to Auburn University in Alabama to study in the EAGLES program, a college program for students with intellectual disabilities. Arneson will be one of 10 incoming freshman students. The classes will focus on job and independent living skills. He will live in a dorm room and participate in university activities.

Nathan Iten is graduating from Mason High School. He will attend summer camp and the Transition Living Classroom (TLC) program to develop and practice employability skills at supported work sites, while also developing independent living skills.

Althea Delos Reyes is graduating from Mason High School. After graduating, she will be attending the Butler Tech Project LIFE Program to gain skills for future employment, daily living, and community participation.

Alex Sanchez-Ramirez is graduating from Mason High School. After graduation, he hopes to find a job using the skills he learned in high school.

Eliana Shaw is graduating from Project SEARCH through the Warren County Career Center. She looks forward to working a job she likes and making money to live independently.

Ben Vincent is graduating from Project SEARCH through Xavier University. He is excited to begin working for Mason City Schools in the Student Nutrition Department. He also looks forward to the Mason Challenger Baseball season. Vincent would like to thank, “all the teachers, aides, and job coaches that have helped me over the years learn the skills I needed to get a job in the community after graduation.”

Congratulations to all 2024 graduates!

For more information, contact Megan Becker at megan.becker@warrencountydd.org or (859) 653-7445.

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