The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools expresses its deepest and most sincere gratitude to the Skuza Family for their recent and very generous $90,000 donation to help advance a variety of specific programming, for students with special needs at all ages and grades throughout the District. Specifically, the funds will be used to offer valuable instructional opportunities to our students. A portion of funds will be allocated for the institution of a Behavior Coach, who will assist in providing behavioral support plans and crisis intervention plans, monitor and collect data about behavioral progress. Funds from the generous donation will also be used for Koinonia, which is programming that helps to improve graduation and employment rates among students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Koinonia has partnered with BBH working with high school students to provide students with the guidance, resources, and support they need to pursue a life of independence, community integration, and personal fulfillment. In the past, the Skuza Family has been a champion of the special needs programs that benefit students in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools, with past year’s donations helping to launch the widely beneficial Autism Unit at the Elementary School, which began last year, and the Autism Unit which will begin this coming school year, at the Middle School. On behalf of everyone in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools, our heartfelt gratitude is expressed to the Skuza Family for your dedication to our students and to this District.