BRTV Dedicates Shows to Autism Awareness

Student members of BRTV pose with members of PE Partners and the Get Social Club.
Student members pose with Pratik Gudimella, CJ Katz and Neel Verma.
Students pose with teachers Carr-Jones, Doce, Goracy and Higgins.

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan High School television club, BRTV, dedicated shows to the topic of Autism Awareness during the week of April 25 through April 29.

One show featured four BRHS special education/life skills teachers, JanMarie Carr-Jones, Michelle Doce, Kristen Goracy and Anne Higgins, while another show featured three BRHS students who are in the life skills program. The three students excel in different sports, namely Pratik Gudimella in dancing, CJ Katz in skiing and Neel Verma in volleyball.

The final show featured two programs offered at BRHS, PE Partners and the Get Social Club. PE Partners is one in which students with developmental disabilities team up with students without disabilities, and it promotes socialization and communication skills.

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The latter club enables student members to focus on self-awareness and emotional intelligence.

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