We started off in Delaney's 1st-grade room. This little lady was so excited for us to see what she has been working on. She had written a book and created the illustrations for it as well. She read it to us and she was so proud. She showed us all of the great things they are working on in class and it was fun to see her in her element. Her favorite place, aside from home, is school. She has told us that many times. I have to take a moment to brag about sweet Delaney. Not only is Delaney an incredible sister to Beau, she is extremely intelligent. When we recently got some of her reading testing back from school she is at twice the level she is expected to be at her age. It's such extremes with these two kids. Delaney is way down in one direction and Beau is at the other end.
|The Weichers Family|
|She knows her blends!|
|Delaney showing us how they use their tablets for learning.|
|She is such a smart young lady!|
|Asher reading us Beau's book about Puppies|
|Asher and Beau|
- Hansen Elementary is amazing for both our children. When inclusion is a priority, everybody wins.
- Beau's classmates are special kids. Inclusion matters.
- Katie Reed is a forward thinking, think outside the box, amazing special education teacher. It took a lot of extra time - but that meant that Beau got to write his book just like his classmates. Inclusion Matters.
- Non-verbal doesn't mean stupid.
- We WILL find an organization that will train a service dog for Beau, no matter what!