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Date of Birth:
10 Heritage Way
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Currently residing with single grandmother, previously residing with single mother. Both share legal custody, grandmother has physical custody
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How many work and/or provide income to support the household?
Legion is a new student to our school. He was previously living with his biological mother and siblings but has moved in with his grandmother and uncles, both of whom attended Camp Mayhew and greatly benefited from the program in the past. Legion has experienced homelessness in the past. Legion seems to have a positive relationship with both his grandmother and his biological mother. His current household includes his grandmother and twin uncles (who are high school aged).
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Legion does not currently have an IEP, he was tested but did not qualify for services in the past. With Legion's recent move to our school, he has not visited the guidance office and we are still determining where his needs are. Legion had not been in school since November and was being homeschooled before the transition.
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Personality / Social Standing:
During our initial meeting, Legion appeared somewhat introverted, but was comfortable answering questions when directly asked. During his first week at the school, his personality has begun to shine. He has begun to build friendships and has shown some silly sides of his personality. I believe Legion could take on the role of a leader based on the small interactions I have observed. Thus far, when receiving redirection from a teacher or staff member, he has complied. Legion has a unique sense of style and seems to be quite sure of himself. He has an interest in cars and learning to work on them.
With Legion being a new student to us, I cannot comment much on behavioral patterns. With staff members being familiar with his uncles and grandmother, many staff members believed he would be a great fit for Camp Mayhew.
Legion is a new student to our school who is beginning to open up and build friendships. He has shown an ability to work independently and to be able to follow directions in school. Within such a small school setting, it can sometimes be difficulty to figure out where new students will fit socially. Legion has already begun to find where he fits socially. Legion's previous living arrangements with biological mom seem to be unstable and difficult. Though he has a positive relationship with his mother and she is still involved, Legion was not thriving in her care. Legion does not have a relationship with his biological father and has already begun to vocalize how this is something that causes him to feel a great deal of frustration. This is something he has begun to bond with other classmates over. We have seen some small successes during his short time with us at Marlborough and would love to see him learn more leadership skills and feel more confident in himself.