Community spirit continues to grow in IEP as we investigate the different roles and responsibilities that help a community work well. IEP students became important community members, visiting EY1 on Friday, taking on the role of a ‘librarian,’ reading the students’ stories, developing literacy skills, and promoting positive relationships. Our IEP students had a taste of being student leaders and caring members of the school community.


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