If you can't see it on her face, she's thrilled to be on a horse! Studies have shown that children with Autism experience great growth in stability, socialization, and motor developments. Below are some awesome pictures of Charlee at her first riding camp!
This would not have been possible without the support from you as parents! Our Pre K class led a fundraising opportunity to both bring awareness to Autism and help raise money to send Charlee to horse back riding camp!
Isn't it exciting to know that Charlee is able to go for the entire summer, once a week!!!!!
If you would like more information about Horses With Hearts please follow the link.
Here are some of our students showing off their capes!
May is Neurofibromatosis Month. One of our students has this condition and it is our goal to help paint the town blue to bring awareness to what this disease is. You will see Miss Shelly with her streak of blue all month to support "Bean". Would you consider doing the same?
For more information on Neurofibromatosis, please follow the link.