GCHS will celebrate Neurodiversity Day on Wednesday, April 16.
Neurodiversity is the idea that we should celebrate diversity in brains in the same way that we celebrate biodiversity or cultural diversity. We know that no two brains are exactly alike, and that the difference between brains is now understood to be variation, not deviation. Given this it is important that we embrace and celebrate cognitive variety – seeking to ensure that each and every mind is at its full and unique potential.
GCHS students and staff will be viewing the video “Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks”, which is available here: