A Letter on Diversity by Percy Hill

This letter was sent to the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities by Percy Hill, Assistant Principal at Kearsarge Middle School after he attended our holiday gathering on December 11. December 11, 2014 Dear Parents, Today I was shown the real and true meaning of what it means to be humble!...

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Mystery in the Mirror by Jeff Therrien

In May of 2008 I fell seventeen feet through a hole on the rooftop of an office building being remodeled. We were building new platforms after a demolition crew discarded the previous heating & AC units. I broke seven ribs and tore my right shoulder. My skull met the...

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This is the story of Michael by Michael Sauve

I have been dealing with my disability (mental illness) ever since I can remember. From the first grade I remember being in special education in school. Even then I didn’t like being treated differently from the other children. I was transferred from school five times due to teachers and...

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Rocket to the Moon! (and beyond) by Ellie Stein

Jeff Doubleday has ambition.  He has wanted to travel to the moon, one way or another.  He’s found a way.  Jeff has also dreamed of helping to fly a small airplane.  Continually optimistic, he recently achieved that more earthbound goal. Based on what he’s accomplished so far, Jeff will...

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Mikayla Goes To The Nationals by Mikayla Fahey

Hi, my name is Mikayla Fahey.  I am in a junior at White Mountains Regional High School, which has an enrollment of 400 students and is located in Whitefield, NH. I’m a member of the Spartans, Family Community and Careers Leaders of America club (FCCLA).  Every year, FCCLA students...

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