Boy Scouts Alter Approach For Kids With Special Needs
[Source: Disability Scoop]
Students in special education in the Deer Lakes School District are getting a chance to learn life skills and become part of the Boy Scouts of America through a new program.
This is the first year the district has participated in the Trailblazers Outreach Program, which is offered at no cost to the district by the Boy Scouts. One classroom from each of the district’s four schools is participating. Students will complete the program to become either a Cub Scout or a Boy Scout depending on their age and learning level.
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