TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Tarrytown observed World Autism Awareness Day on April 1, by wearing blue and showing support for students with autism and other disabilities.
Teachers and students wore blue to raise awareness about autism and to set a good example for inclusion of students with this disability and others.
Sleepy Hollow Middle School students wore blue, and even ate foods at lunchtime that included blue bagels and waffles.
At the Winfield L. Morse School, students and teachers wore blue to support their classmates and the front of the school was adorned with blue balloons.
To learn more about World Autism Awareness Day, which is officially April 2, visit the United Nations website by clicking here.