The official student news site of Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, MA

THE ALGONQUIN HARBINGER

Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

CAP+graduate+Leah+Toronto+worked+with+the+program+for+three+years+after+her+graduation+from+Algonquin.+Now+that+she+has+made+the+transition%2C+she+is+excited+to+work+in+her+community.+
CAP graduate Leah Toronto worked with the program for three years after her graduation from Algonquin. Now that she has made the transition, she is excited to work in her community.

CAP graduate Leah Toronto worked with the program for three years after her graduation from Algonquin. Now that she has made the transition, she is excited to work in her community.

Courtesy Monique Cloutier

Courtesy Monique Cloutier

CAP graduate Leah Toronto worked with the program for three years after her graduation from Algonquin. Now that she has made the transition, she is excited to work in her community.

Carey Davis, Online Editor

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Leah Toronto celebrated her graduation from the Community Access Program (CAP) with friends, family, and faculty on April 13.

Toronto entered CAP after her graduation from Algonquin, and has been in the program for three years. She looks forward to her involvement in the community, including an internship at TJ Maxx and working Lowe’s Meat Market and the Marion E. Zeh School.

“I’m looking forward to going to work, and being out in the community more,” Toronto said.

“I think Leah is going to do very well because she knows what she wants,” CAP teacher Caitlin Hynes said. “She’s very good at advocating for what she needs and what she wants.”

CAP supports special education students with transitional assistance after they graduate to help them learn skills for future endeavors.

“It’s all about working and connecting with the community, and really understanding your interests, strengths, weaknesses,” transition coordinator Monique Cloutier said.

“One of my favorite things about CAP was getting to know Ms. Cloutier,” Toronto said. “She is an amazing teacher, I love her so much.”

“Leah’s an amazing person,” Cloutier said.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




*

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    New principal announced, assistant principal search continues

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    The limit does not exist: DeSantis has endless hopes for retirement

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    Multimedia

    The Tech Effect: Students encouraged to bring their devices

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    Three administration members leave

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    Rehill retires as librarian, looks forward to relaxation

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    Multimedia

    Class of 2017 graduation marks end of chapter, new beginnings

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    Multimedia

    Ducks of Algonquin ruffle feathers of mystery throughout halls

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    Brian Arsenault Memorial educates students about recognizing, respecting nation’s heroes

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    International Night embraces culture, brings community together

  • Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future

    News

    DECA takes on international conference, six participants walk away winners

The official student news site of Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, MA
Toronto celebrates CAP graduation, looks forward to future