Officials with the Christian County School district understands that each student is unique, especially when it comes to the way a student learns a subject.
April is Autism Awareness Month and school officials want to educate parents and the public about Autism.
Special Education Teacher Consultant, Janet Godsey says it’s important to raise awareness about Autism, since many signs of symptoms of the learning disability may be construed as misbehavior in the classroom.
Ms. Godsey says the school system is hosting a Special Needs Autism Parent Support meeting, otherwise known as SNAPS this Thursday at Holiday Elementary School at 6 p.m.
The SNAPS meeting is open to the public and for more information contact Janet Godsey at 270-498-1551.