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星期二, 4月 05, 2016

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Forestdale School Students Work to Make a Difference

Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Forestdale School Students have been working hard to make a difference. One a month, the entire fifth grade comes together as a group for “Connections” and participates in team building exercises. These valuable lessons have become the foundation for an anti-bullying curriculum, encouraging working with others, respecting one another’s differences, and advocating for students to come together for a common goal. The experience has carried over into the students’ daily work in and outside of school and has inspired them to give back to the community. Assisted by Grade 5 teacher Ms. Susan Horvitz, the fifth graders decided to collaborate to raise money for Autism Awareness and made pins and ribbons, sold them during the school day and raised $1,000!  The money raised will be donated entirely to the ten ILP (Individualized Learning Program) classrooms at the Forestdale School. Way to go!