Mid-Valley Special Education Cooperative
Batavia Public Schools is proud to be a part of the Mid-Valley Special Education Cooperative (MVSEC). Thank you to the support of MVSEC, we are able to offer a continuum of services that meets the needs of our students with more significant needs.
Mid-Valley Special Education Cooperative was formed in 1963 by a joint agreement to serve students with special needs from participating school districts. Currently, MVSEC serves students and staff from Batavia District 101, Central District 301, Kaneland District 302, St. Charles District 303, and Geneva District 304. MVSEC owns one location, the Mades-Johnstone Center (MJC), in St. Charles, that houses administration and a small number of programs. MVSEC also rents a portion of the Shelby Building in St. Charles that houses our Transitions Center. Programs are located throughout all five districts.
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