Author visits Butler


Author, motivational speaker, youth advocate, and social worker Ronnie Sidney, II LCSW visited Butler Avenue School Friday, Nov. 3, to speak to students, sharing his own personal story of ‘beating the odds.’ Sidney, a former special education student, offered insight and guidance to assist students in overcoming struggles to achieve success. Following the assembly, a select group of students ate lunch with Sidney and shared their reading interest. Alandra Williams, Clinton High School teacher, wrote the grant enabling this event.


Author, motivational speaker, youth advocate, and social worker Ronnie Sidney, II LCSW visited Butler Avenue School Friday, Nov. 3, to speak to students, sharing his own personal story of ‘beating the odds.’ Sidney, a former special education student, offered insight and guidance to assist students in overcoming struggles to achieve success. Following the assembly, a select group of students ate lunch with Sidney and shared their reading interest. Alandra Williams, Clinton High School teacher, wrote the grant enabling this event.

Author, motivational speaker, youth advocate, and social worker Ronnie Sidney, II LCSW visited Butler Avenue School Friday, Nov. 3, to speak to students, sharing his own personal story of ‘beating the odds.’ Sidney, a former special education student, offered insight and guidance to assist students in overcoming struggles to achieve success. Following the assembly, a select group of students ate lunch with Sidney and shared their reading interest. Alandra Williams, Clinton High School teacher, wrote the grant enabling this event.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ronnie-sidney3.jpgAuthor, motivational speaker, youth advocate, and social worker Ronnie Sidney, II LCSW visited Butler Avenue School Friday, Nov. 3, to speak to students, sharing his own personal story of ‘beating the odds.’ Sidney, a former special education student, offered insight and guidance to assist students in overcoming struggles to achieve success. Following the assembly, a select group of students ate lunch with Sidney and shared their reading interest. Alandra Williams, Clinton High School teacher, wrote the grant enabling this event.

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