It's Inclusive Schools Week: Lunchtime volunteers needed to share a fun, impactful activity!
Tue, Jan 15 6:40pm
Fairmeadow Elementary
This year's theme is "Kaleidoscope of Friends”… come join us Thursday 17th to celebrate Inclusion and your kaleidoscope of friends. We need volunteers to help kids share unique “I feel included” messages on our giant kaleidoscope display across the principal’s office window.
 
Everyone is invited! It will be a lot of fun, and we look forward to sharing this heartwarming activity with you.
 
Come help us from 12 Noon to 1pm.
 
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Want to know more? This excerpt is from the Inclusive Schools website:
If you look into a kaleidoscope, you see an infinite array of patterns of brilliant light created by repeated reflection. Kaleidoscope comes from two Greek words: kalos, meaning “beautiful,” and eidos, “shape.” And indeed, education takes on a beautiful shape when all children belong and are valued as contributing members of the school community. That is the vision of inclusive education; it drives decisions, actions, and core beliefs. Repeated reflection helps shape effective practices to meet the needs of all students. When we add the word “friends” to that image, the result is a myriad of relationships that provide opportunities for the support and growth of all children. READ MORE
 
Questions? Contact JenBrooks@mac.com