Students with and without disabilities at a Massachusetts school are using icebreakers, board games and outdoor activities to get to know each other. The activities are part of the school's Linked Up social club, which takes place weekly during an enrichment period. Guidance counselor Tessa Riley says the program, which boasts 150 students this year, helps build social connections and leadership skills.
Club brings students together during enrichment period
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