Ribbon Cut on Northwest Center for Autism’s New Home

 In Camelot Blog


Officials from Genoa, IL, joined with leaders from Camelot Education on December 12th to celebrate the new location of Camelot’s Northwest Center for Autism. The school moved to Genoa from its former home in DeKalb back in August but this event marked the official welcome.

NWCA had enrolled approximately 90 students at its DeKalb site but the new Genoa location has space for expansion to as many as 130 as the needs of school districts grow. The facility allows for more open classrooms and features an indoor growth and a motor skills playroom.

NWCA provides academic and therapeutic services for children, adolescents and young adults, ages 3 through 21 with extraordinary needs including Autism Spectrum Disorder, multiple disabilities, emotional disabilities, and other health impairments.

The school serves 35 districts in nine IL counties.

Hon. Mark Vicary, Mayor of Genoa

Brent O’Daniell, Genoa-Kingston Superintendent

NWCA Ribbon Cutting

Cortney Strohacker, Executive Director, Genoa Chamber of Commerce

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