Schools have come a long way at integrating students with disabilities into the mainstream.  But bad behavior dies hard.  Middle School is a ripe environment for some of the most disgusting bullying known to mankind. Students with disabilities are often targets of these brutal taunts.

But middle school can also be the place where young adolescents learn how to do the right thing.  That’s what happened at a middle school in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Scooter, Miles, Chase and Desiree can all teach us the deeper meaning of respect and friendship.