Second grade students teach peers about "ability" in the GRACE Model

Second grade students have been hard at work creating beautiful and educational bulletin boards about “ability,” which is a part of the GRACE Model for celebrating diversity. 
“While there are many ways that people are unique, we have focused on dyslexia, down syndrome, and some physical disabilities such as hearing loss and spina bifida,” explains Tonya Walden, second grade chair. 

Each board features interactive QR codes that present more information about various differences in ability, and the bulletin boards are displayed outside of the three second grade classrooms. 

“Unique abilities was a part of God’s plan to help us have an eternal perspective and unite us as people,” reflects Walden.   

Thank you, second grade students, for your hard work and deep care for those who have different abilities.