Thanks again to everyone who joined us on Wednesday, May 29, at The Birchtree Center for the Birchtree Art Show. You helped raise essential funds for the nonprofit Birchtree Center’s autism programs! More information is here.
This spring, we were thrilled to welcome Justin Spencer and Ryan Vezina of Recycled Percussion to Birchtree for
an interactive percussion workshop. They proved that music can be a universal means of communication!
Every student in the room was able to participate, whether they joined in Justin’s beat boxing or tried body-percussion techniques demonstrated by Ryan. Students leaned in with concentration…
This April, Birchtree students and staff teamed up for daily challenges to improve their fitness and wellness. It was a fun and healthy way to commemorate Autism Awareness Month!
Thank you so much to everyone who made donations in support of our efforts. You helped us raise $15,828 for Birchtree’s Student Support Fund! The fund allows Birchtree’s students with autism to enjoy hands-on learning and exercise at school and in our community all year long.