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Seventh-grade student Sasha Cohen attempts to write with her non-dominant hand as part of a lesson on celebrating differences. Wood Oaks students participated in a series of workshops on Nov. 15 where they learned to accept and celebrate other’s differences.
Science teacher Elyse Rubin teaches kids how to have empathy for those who with different abilities
Paige Gochis (center), Jada Glazebrook (left) and Asher Malin practice writing with their non-dominant hand during a lesson on celebrating differences.
Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter
11:18 am CST November 20, 2018
Wood Oaks seventh-grade students took time out of their day Nov. 15, engaging in a series of workshops where they learned to understand, embrace and celebrate other’s unique differences.