My Grandson's Transformation

- Written by Rita Hamm, Springhouse Grandparent -

Before Springhouse, school was being bullied on a daily basis, tormented to the point of hating school and people, having absolutely no friends, and not even wanting to be around people.

After Springhouse, school became a place he actually wanted to go to, where other students were called friends, and people actually asked "How are you today?" and meant it.

This transformation was accomplished by a caring staff with great patience, acceptance, and a desire to get to know my student as a person. Springhouse values my student for his strengths - not for what he cannot do, but for what he can do - and builds on that knowledge.

With much gratitude,

A grateful grandparent

Published on September 9th, 2018

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