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As a toddler he was very sick with bronchial problems and congested ear canals. As a student, he learned at a slower pace. His mother took up home schooling him and decided to put him back two years in many subjects. Vicki had to work right along side him as he studied. When reading, Vicki would read a paragraph out loud, then he'd read the next one.
Have you ever considered what strong driving forces can be gifts dwelling within students? They can be the vehicles for change leading to success in all other areas of endeavor. The key is to recognize the gifts and unleash them, as in the case of Miles Sullivan, as told by his father, Gregory.
But first, Happy New Year from all of us at NARHS! As a thank-you for staying with us, we'd like to offer you something special.