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Deputy Secretary Fred Lokuta, PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), presented PAHS with a proclamation from Gov. Tom Corbett's office. From left, front, Betty B, self-advocate, White Haven Center; Cameron Lokuta, PA student; Sara G, student, Hanover Area Life Skills Program; Jolene P, self-advocate, Day Development Program; and Christopher Lazevnick, Assistant Principal; Second row, Holly Lynott, Facility Director, White Haven Center; Gina Galli, Pittston Program Specialist, MH&DS; and Fred Lokuta, Deputy Secretary, ODP; Third row, David Kauffman, Executive Assistant to the ODP Deputy Secretary; Brian H., self-advocate, Step by Step Pathway Program; James Blaskiewicz, Pittston Area faculty; Jim B., self-advocate, Creating Unlimited Possibilities and John Haas, principal.
Deputy Secretary Fred Lokuta, PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), presented PAHS with a proclamation from Gov. Tom Corbett's office. From left, front, Betty B, self-advocate, White Haven Center; Cameron Lokuta, PA student; Sara G, student, Hanover Area Life Skills Program; Jolene P, self-advocate, Day Development Program; and Christopher Lazevnick, Assistant Principal; Second row, Holly Lynott, Facility Director, White Haven Center; Gina Galli, Pittston Program Specialist, MH&DS; and Fred Lokuta, Deputy Secretary, ODP; Third row, David Kauffman, Executive Assistant to the ODP Deputy Secretary; Brian H., self-advocate, Step by Step Pathway Program; James Blaskiewicz, Pittston Area faculty; Jim B., self-advocate, Creating Unlimited Possibilities and John Haas, principal.
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In honor of March as National Intellectual Disability Awareness Month, a community event was sponsored by the administration, faculty and student body of Pittston Area High School.


Deputy Secretary Fred Lokuta, PA Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), presented PAHS with a proclamation from Gov. Tom Corbett’s office recognizing the school’s efforts to partner with the Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services Training Council on Quality in heightening the community’s awareness of the importance of including individuals with special needs in our community.


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