Guest speaker promoted social inclusion to Crim students

Guest speaker promoted social inclusion to Crim students

A voice to encourage students on how to be a good influence to people with disabilities was heard at the Crim Primary School on Monday, March 25.

A school assembly for Grades 3 and 4 was held when Timothy Rohrer, a well-known author and speaker who is an advocate of social inclusion for people with disabilities, addressed the students.

Timothy, who is a young adult with autism, has spoken at numerous schools and conferences, including an event at the New Jersey Department of Education. 

“Thank you to the Crim PTO for bringing Timothy to speak with our ABA classes and Grade 3 and 4 students,’’ Crim Principal Kelli TenKate said.