New Leader Making Positive Impact at Camelot of Mount Prospect
Craig Reveter is preparing to begin his first full school year as executive director at Camelot’s Therapeutic Day School in Mount Prospect, IL. He took over the helm at the campus on May 1 after wrapping up a successful few years at the Camelot campus in Belvidere. Reveter says he was ready to jump in to a new experience.
“I find great joy in developing staff, developing programs and making a difference in the lives of children. Therefore, I have spent the last three months building out a program that is better than ever,” he said. “I selected an administrative team that is compatible and hard working. Together we are really making a difference.”
“I am so excited to have Craig as our school leader for Camelot of Mount Prospect,” said Theresa Mortl Smith, VP for Therapeutic Day Schools. “We knew we needed someone who could genuinely connect with our students, staff and families. “I have watched Craig over the years become a very influential and transformational leader.”
Camelot of Mount Prospect provides academic and therapeutic services for children, adolescents and young adults, ages 3 through 21 with extraordinary needs including Emotional Disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Autism , Speech and Language, Developmental Delays, Intellectual Disabilities, and Traumatic Brain Injuries. A Back to School Night is planned for September. The theme for the school year is Racing Toward Success, reflecting the hard work Mr. Reveter and his team are putting into the program.
“I knew that if Craig had the opportunity to run the campus at Mount Prospect it would become a very special place,” Mortl Smith said. “What I had not anticipated was how quickly he would be able to positively impact the climate and culture. It has truly been a pleasure to watch Craig make such impactful change for the betterment of the children we serve.”
The campus has openings for elementary, middle and high school TDS students. School districts that need a therapeutic placement for a student in and around Mount Pleasant are encouraged to reach out.