Keith Langosch has been hired as the first principal of Naperville 203’s Connections Transition Services school.
For the past three years, Langosch has worked as the district’s Supervisor of Transition Services. There was not previously a principal position at Connections. The Naperville 203 administrative team made the decision to hire a principal at Connections this spring, and Assistant Superintendent for Student Services Lisa Xagas said Langosch was a perfect fit for the position.
“We are honored to hire Mr. Langosch as the inaugural principal for the Connections program,” Xagas said. “Keith has spent his entire career focused on ensuring that young adults with disabilities receive the transition supports and services they require to increase their vocational, independence and academic skills. We are thrilled to see his vision for the future of the program come to life over the next several years.”
Langosch joined Naperville 203 in 2014, when he was hired as a Learning Behavior Specialist at Naperville Central. After moving to Connections in 2019, he was responsible for providing life-centered education focused on increasing student independence.
Langosch holds a Director of Special Education endorsement from Aurora University, as well as master’s degrees in Educational Leadership and Transition & Multiple Disabilities Specialist.