Sisters form inclusive color guard squad at Florida high school

12/14/2009 | Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.), The

Kayleigh and Brianna Whitman have started a color guard squad at their Florida high school that includes students with special needs. The girls' mother, who is a special-education teacher, encouraged their efforts to form Swirling Spinners, which pairs students who have special needs with members of the school's color guard for weekly practice sessions. "I just want to make sure these guys are having fun and are able to do this again next year," Kayleigh Whitman said.

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