MACHESNEY PARK, Ill. (WTVO) — Menta Academy Northwest held an open house Tuesday, October 2nd.
The organization works with school districts who require services for special needs children.
Administrators say they have a low student to staff ratio.
That allows them to have a personalized learning environment for each child.
School leaders say it gets students to buy in and allows them to engage in their learning experience.
“We are always looking to create and foster partnerships with our community members and inviting them in to see what we do, where their children are going and how we kind of program to fit the needs of those children is very important,” said Chief Operating Officer of Menta Academy, Rory Conran.
The Menta Academy has schools across Illinois and Arizona.
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