Marshall meets with Charlotte Nations and Mary Ellen O’Hare of the Special School District of St Louis County
Posted on Mar 19, 2012
Some times it is hard to imagine that Marshall used to be the abused dog that was found beat up and cowering in the corner of an animal hoarder’s pen. Since healing at his forever home, Marshall has been giving back by raising awareness to adopt sheltered dogs. He is also getting ready to inspire others to talk, and take action.
Marshall recently met with Charlotte Nations and Mary Ellen O’Hare of the Special School District of St Louis County. Charlotte and Mary Ellen have extensive experience working with Character Education and anti-bullying in schools. They fell in love with Marshall and his impressive story and feel he will benefit the classroom on so many levels!
Charlotte and Mary Ellen are helping to spearhead supplemental questions to accompany Marshall the Miracle Dog picture book so that teachers, counselors, and parents can use these questions after reading the book to help inspire conversations about differences, acceptance, and sensitive issues such as bullying and abuse.
Way to go Marshall! You really are making a difference three paws at a time!