Principal Helps Disabled Teen to Complete 5K Race
We know that school principals’ main job is to push their students towards success and well, setting another example, a principal helped his autistic student in completing a 5K race.
It has been reported that the 10-year-old, Andrew Sylvester, has autism but despite his condition, he always wished to experience the excitement of finishing a race.
His principal, Vincent Myers, along with his twin brother, Austin, helped him to complete the race.
Austin, his twin brother, later told in a talk, “It was the most amazing feeling I’ve ever felt”.
Principal, Vincent Myers, said, “we at Woodbury always try to personalize everything, and well, this was exactly same what we talk about”.