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HVP March 2020

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Page 4 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 5 Every day is stressful. Now we're in the middle of school placement. Hav- ing a getaway is something that he can enjoy and is a great family holiday. He also goes to an adaptive hip hop class. They do wonderful things with children of all different abilities. My daughter helps teach the class. It's family fun. HVP: How does Charlie express his talents? Aaron-Noel: He's curious and loves to draw. He's become quite the cartoon artist. A framed picture of his was fea- tured at the Arlington High School art contest last spring. He was one of the few children from the district whose drawing was picked for the show. It would hurt him to hold a pencil, but we learned how to deal with that. He went to therapies last year and loved it. Now drawing is an amazing outlet for him He has some speech and lan - guage delay, so this is another tool for us to show who he is. Charlie Trappeda loves to draw, a fun skill that provides him with an added outlet for self-expression. • A happy, safe and caring environment encouraging a child's physical, creaŸve, and intellectual growth • Serving children of all abiliŸes • Early and aLer care hours available Kathy Masloski, Director 845-883-5151 20 Park Lane, Highland, NY 12528 845-293-5600 228 Ward Street, Montgomery, NY 12549 AN INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Learning Together, where children explore the world the way they learn best, through play!

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