After starting her teaching career in Los Angeles, Mindy Moberg moved to Champaign to pursue her master’s degree in school social work from the University of Illinois.
She’s spent the two decades since her graduation helping students at Rantoul Township High School, first as a social worker and now as the lead teacher of the school’s Eagle Academy, which allows students to recover credits they missed out on earlier in their high school career.
“She has been instrumental in helping several students recover credits they missed out on in their earlier high school years,” Principal Todd Wilson said. “Because of Mindy’s efforts and her leadership, many students have gone from being behind on credits to graduating on time.”
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