In addition to working at Millcreek Elementary, Megan McCormick works Saturdays for the Learning Program at the Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky. Here she’s tutoring Dailey Hall, one of the students from the program, in reading at the association’s library.
In addition to working at Millcreek Elementary, Megan McCormick works Saturdays for the Learning Program at the Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky. Here she’s tutoring Dailey Hall, one of the students from the program, in reading at the association’s library. Justin Meredith
In addition to working at Millcreek Elementary, Megan McCormick works Saturdays for the Learning Program at the Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky. Here she’s tutoring Dailey Hall, one of the students from the program, in reading at the association’s library. Justin Meredith

She’s a ‘phenomenal’ kindergarten teacher’s assistant. She also has Down syndrome.

December 28, 2017 01:30 PM

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