Inclusion Matters will host two events in April! Our events are free and open to all families. On April 2nd at 6 in the MSHS Learning Commons, Dr. Jon Cash, professor of special education at Bridgewater State University, will present "Reading and Understanding the IEP." On April 30th at 6 in the MSHS Auditorium, Dr. Nadja Reilly, well-known psychologist and author of a book on teen and child depression and anxiety, will present "Fostering Emotional Strength in Children and Adolescents." Learn more on Inclusion Matters' Facebook page @WBSEPAC
OLYMPIC SPIRIT DAY: February 16th, the RLM will be celebrating Olympic Spirit Day. Students and children are encouraged to show their support & spirit for the 2018 Winter Olympics by wearing red, white and blue, Olympic logo wear, etc. The 2018 Winter Olympics began on Friday, Feb. 9th and closes on February 25th. Forty of the 243 US Olympic athletes are from New England. The state-by-state breakdown is as follows: Massachusetts (13) - Vermont (13) - Connecticut (8) - New Hampshire (3) - Maine (3) . Olympic Spirit day allows teachers to remind the children how acceptance, generosity, respect, honesty, kindness, creativity, fairness and perseverance are all character traits that are needed for everyday life, team and individual sports. These character traits are all being discussed through the year for our monthly Pride Assemblies.This month’s character trait is kindness.