New Beginnings

Salina wants to be a teacher

Posted 1/24/21

Salina thrives in the classroom and she wants to stay there when she is grown up.

“I want to be a teacher because I want to teach kindergartners their ABCs and stuff,” Salina …

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New Beginnings

Salina wants to be a teacher

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Salina thrives in the classroom and she wants to stay there when she is grown up.

“I want to be a teacher because I want to teach kindergartners their ABCs and stuff,” Salina says.

Salina likes to find new dance moves by searching for music videos on YouTube. The video website is also her favorite source for music to listen to. Salina loves Disney movies and playing team sports.

“I like playing soccer, volleyball and basketball,” she says.

And before the game – or when the game is over – Salina likes to eat bacon and eggs, and hot wings.

Salina gets along well with other children and would thrive in a forever family in which she is the youngest child,” says youth advocate Monique Cableka.

“Salina would do well in a one or two parent household that has experience with children with special needs,” Cableka says.

For more information on children eligible for adoption, call Aid to Adoption of Special Kids (AASK) at 602-930-4900, or visit www.aask-az.org.

Editor's note: Mr. Williams  is a family resource development specialist  at
AASK - Aid to Adoption of Special Kids. He will be submitting articles regularly to the Daily Independent at YourValley.net in hopes to find children forever families.

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