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Holiday treats delivered to Washougal teachers

The Columbian
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WASHOUGAL: Tiffaney Forney, Washougal Adult Transition Program job coach and Washougal High School freshman Blake Early prepare to roll holiday treats out to teachers.
WASHOUGAL: Tiffaney Forney, Washougal Adult Transition Program job coach and Washougal High School freshman Blake Early prepare to roll holiday treats out to teachers. Photo Gallery

WASHOUGAL — Students and staff in the Washougal Adult Transition Program had to re-imagine their third annual Cookies and Cocoa holiday event – this time making it mobile. They used a decorated card with the theme “Griswold Christmas” to make contact-free deliveries of preordered holiday treats to Washougal High School teachers’ doors on Dec. 15. The transition program serves students ages 18-21 years old with a curriculum that focuses on transition planning such as career plans and independent living skills. “Our students really enjoy this sense of giving back,” said Tiffaney Forney, program job coach. “We hope this brings a little bit of joy to our teachers.” “I love this event and look forward to it,” said high school teacher LaDonna Davis. “I am so happy they figured out a way to make it happen this year.”

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