Co-founders Bryanna Moder and Shannon Diedrick, currently teachers in the Freedom Area School District, started Inclusion after working with students of varying ages and abilities during their careers as educators in the Fox Cities.  
Diedrick, left, Moder

KAUKAUNA — A new facility is opening in Kaukauna to offer a range of programs and resources tailored to people with disabilities in the Fox Valley.

The the Inclusion Community Center will open its doors this summer, according to the group’s founders.

An exact date will be announced later while they continue to work on plans for the organization.

The center will be a place where everyone is welcome, and will celebrate diversity and promote social inclusion, according to an announcement on the organization’s Facebook page.

“We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to participate in community life, and we are committed to creating a welcoming environment that fosters a sense of belonging,” the post read.

Co-founders Bryanna Moder and Shannon Diedrick, currently teachers in the Freedom Area School District, started Inclusion after working with students of varying ages and abilities during their careers as educators in the Fox Cities.  

Moder has a background in special education spanning over 10 years and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our center’s mission.

Diedrick has a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and licenses as a principal and curriculum director.

The center is located at 153 E. Third St. in Kaukauna.

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By Dan Plutchak

Dan Plutchak, born and raised in Kaukauna, is cofounder of Kaukauna Community News.