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Asperger's school offers students chance to thrive

By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on August 9, 2011 1:46 PM

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News-Argus/MICHAEL BETTS

A welcome sign hangs on the classroom door while Jacob Thorpe, 11, puts together a Lego car with his teacher, Belinda Smith, at The Asperger Connection School open house on Monday. The school in Pikeville will have 25 students in grades K-10.

PIKEVILLE -- The first day of school for Janet Grice's son has always been a struggle. Kenny Wayne, 16, likes science and electronics, but academics are not the problem. It's finding a place where he will be comfortable with...

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