WDSD Spotlight – Meet Lila

 

Hi Guys! My name is Lila June and I’m 5! I really love preschool and am super excited to start Kindergarten in the fall. Here’s a picture of me at school sharing a book about Down Syndrome with my friends. I love to read, tell knock-knock jokes, and dance. I especially love my dance class at DSL. My friends and I are learning spinning, marching, and taking turns. (I’m really good at 2 out of the three ) And just like my FAVORITE show Paw Patrol, I’m a huge helper to anyone in need. Life is pretty awesome!!


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