Archer speaks to Orono Middle School students about his challenges and about the Courageous Steps Project
Orono Middle School principal Jeff Paul invited Connor Archer on Monday November 9th, to speak to the students about his challenges of Autism, and about the Courageous Steps Project. For Archer, this was just another way to make the community aware of the challenges that exist for those that live with them in our communities.
"Every time I share my story, and talk about the Courageous Steps Project, I do get nervous. But i've started to not get as nervous, after sharing my story so many times." Archer earlier this year, shared his story with the RSU #26 Orono staff at their staff opening breakfast on Thursday August 27th, 2015.
Archer hopes to speak to more students in RSU #26, and potentially expanding his efforts into the communities of Milford and Veazie in the coming months.
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