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CHATHAM – The Education, Careers and Lifelong Community (ECLC) of New Jerseys school for students with special needs in Chatham graduated 19 students in a cap-and-gown ceremony on Thursday, June 15.
The students were celebrated with awards, speeches and accolades for their accomplishments. Many of the grads are moving into ECLCs PRIDE Adult Program in Florham Park, while several others are moving directly into the workforce.
According to a press release put out by the school, the ECLC is focused on creating post-graduation plans for students while allowing them to job sample so they can best decide what to do next.
The ECLC is located at 21 Lum St., which it has called home for 34 years.