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Congratulations to ALL the 2019 High School and College Graduates! Muchas felicidades!

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2019 LUCES Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations Mrs. Siria Aguayo!

Mrs. Aguayo is a fourth-grade teacher at Lighthouse Christian School. Before becoming a teacher at Lighthouse, she worked as a teacher at Sandberg Elementary School and played an integral role in the Dual Language Immersion Program. Mrs. Aguayo has worked in education for more than a decade. Her classroom was one of the few that was fully integrated with English and Spanish learners. Mrs. Aguayo has a deep commitment to Latino students which is why she starts teaching students at a young age. She believes that the sooner you get to the children, the better off they will be in their education, so it is no surprise that Mrs. 

2019 LUCES Educator of the Year!

Darryl Morin- LUCES Keynote Speaker
Darryl D. Morin is the President and CEO of Advanced Wireless, Inc. (AWI) providing unified enterprise mobility (UEM) solutions to corporations, schools and healthcare providers. These solutions include wireless LAN, wireless voice-over-IP, mobile computing and wireless intrusion prevention technologies. AWI serves hundreds of customers in 50 states in addition to Puerto Rico, and in thirteen countries around the globe. These customers include Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Crate and Barrel, Rockwell Automation, Sigma Aldrich, True Value Hardware and more. In addition to his professional responsibilities, Mr. Morin is committed to serving others. Through Advanced Wireless, Inc., he created AWI’s “Wireless School Initiative”. This initiative has already provided over $850,000 worth of WLAN equipment and technical services to schools in Southeastern Wisconsin. Darryl has also brought in over $1,000,000 in additional grants to Wisconsin to improve academic outcomes for children in low income areas.
Mr. Morin is a graduate of the University of North Texas where he was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Most importantly, Mr. Morin is a proud husband and father of two sons.