Sharon Raimo started with a special education class 27 years ago. She transformed that class into St. Coletta of Greater Washington, an organization that serves over 900 developmentally disabled adults and children.
Sharon Raimo, a special education teacher, hired in 1993 to teach a class of 19 intellectually disabled students, managed for over 28 years to transform that classroom in an Arlington Catholic church basement into St. Coletta of Greater Washington — a nonsectarian, nonprofit agency serving intellectually disabled children and adults in D.C., northern Virginia and suburban Maryland.
Now, Raimo says she is retiring, effective Jan. 4.
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Referendum 90 requires all public schools to provide comprehensive sexual health education that is medically and scientifically accurate, and age-appropriate.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Voters approved a Washington state ballot measure that would require public schools to teach sexual health education in public schools.
Referendum 90 requires all public schools to provide comprehensive sexual health education that is medically and scientifically accurate, and age-appropriate for all students, according to the Secretary of State’s Office.
Although voters approved the measure with 59% in favor, the referendum was also met with extreme displeasure from the opposing side.
One group called Parents for Safe
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