FPS School Teacher Promotes Sensory Garden Project
17 Jan 2012
Mary Robinson is looking for help to raise money for a project that could impact thousands of Fremont students.
Robinson, teacher of the blind and visually impaired for Fremont Public Schools, is looking to build a sensory courtyard at the Main Street Education and Administration Center.
The sensory courtyard will stimulate all five senses, Robinson said, and will benefit her visually impaired students as well as those with autism, behavioral problems and students in the district's Young Adult program.
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