Fairlawn Elementary School recently celebrated the 11th Annual Inclusive Schools Week. Media Specialist Buster Nelson read a different book about children with disabilities to each grade level. He read Leo the Late Bloomer about Developmental Disabilities to kindergarten, Andy Finds a Turtle  about physical disabilities to first grade, Danny and the Merry Go Round  about Cerebral Palsy to a second grade, Luna and the Big Blur about visual impairments to third grade, Knots on a Counting Rope about blindness to fourth grade, and View from our Shoes about siblings of children who have brothers or sisters with special needs. After Mr. Nelson read the book to each class every student wrote a trait that was unique to them on colored strips of paper. Each strip was connected to another to create a school wide chain entitled “We Are All Unique” which is displayed in the main office hallway. Pictured are students in Todd Adrian’s fifth grade class.