To build academic, social and life skills in students with special needs to promote their success and independence after Pathway.
As Pathway continues to lay the foundation for student achievement that will support greater independence, the school’s legacy has been made more prominent through evens such as the Fall Festival. This celebration was created to honor donors who have faithfully supported the school and were recognized as members of Society 61, named after the year of the school’s founding. Donors were recognized on the Legacy Tree, which has become representative of Pathway’s past and symbolic of the continued use of real life experiences as valued paths for student learning.
With encouragement from donors who provide generous and sustain support for our program, the Fall Festival 2015 included the first Pathway Legacy Gala. This event honored all donors, new members of Society 61, and began a tradition of tribute to Pathway’s People, Programs and Partners. Special guest speaker, Leonard Haas, shared his poignant story of his parents’ generosity which founded and sustained the school’s growth for decades. His personal interest in Pathway’s Creative Arts and Drama Program, through the Wyncote Foundation insures that Pathway students will continue to receive benefit from theatre experience and art education.