Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Where there's a will, there's a way!

I dedicate this past school year to my family and my CCA friends/parents/children who understand first hand what it means to have a child with a craniofacial difference and the societal obstacles we must face and overcome to raise awareness and ensure that our children are accepted. This mission was not about me, but about a purpose that God laid upon my heart to follow through with. And that purpose came to life with our school district's "Operation Choose Kind Campaign." So, for those of you who have doubts, worries and fear about your child entering into school because of his/her physical differences, I encourage you to take that leap and communicate with your schools. Let's face it, it IS very scary....not only for our children, but it's scary for us parents as well. Push aside any doubtful thoughts that are telling you, "you can't possibly make a difference", or "no one will listen to me," because the old saying "where there's a will, there's a way," certainly rings truth. Let your WILL, shine through and light a fire within you.

Above and beyond for students
WSISD TEACHERS RECOGNIZED Part 2: A few questions with the teachers of the year by A.C. Hall The White Settlement Independent School District teachers of the year go above and beyond for the childr...