Some days, after school, Carrie Cassidy’s autistic son will wander off by himself and worry her until he’s back in her sight.
The other parents and children at Champlain Heights Annex know her son, Stuary Isnardy, and help keep an eye on him.
“There’s been times after school where Stuart’s taken off,” Cassidy said. “And I go into the school and children will look at me and say, ‘He went that way!'”
That’s one of the reasons she hopes the Vancouver School Board doesn’t close Champlain Heights — one of five schools it’s thinking of shutting down next spring to save money.
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