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Sweet Valentines Day!

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Most mothers save Valentines from their children, we bet, and we found a sweet one today.

hearts dyslexiaWe share this with you, parents of our students who have varying challenges, because of its priceless expression of love and of the creativity of dyslexia. Challenged children have gifts to develop and share with the world!

Fox, the child with dyslexia who created this for his mother, Rebecca Warren, is older now. In 2012, Rebecca initiated the Virginia chapter of Decoding Dyslexia, a national organization.

A sweet Valentines Day to you all!

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