MFISD’s Transition program nets $500 grant



Jennifer Virdell, special education teacher and program coordinator (second from left), stands in front of the garden with her students Tanner Worthing, Briant Atkinson, Raul Serifin, Austin James and Michael Thixton. The Highland Lakes Health Partnership, a Marble Falls nonprofit organization, gave a $500 grant earlier this month to the MFISD Transition program. The school-funded program helps students with disabilities between the ages of 18 and 22 years to become independent.

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