Facing the Challenge Giving Katie her Voice “Katie was a child who was healthy in every way, until February 2000 when she experienced a cerebral hemorrhage, a condition which profoundly affected her health. Suddenly non-verbal and no longer able to eat, Katie could only communicate “yes” or “no” by nodding or shaking her head. When Katie came home from the hospital, she was in a wheelchair and couldn’t hold herself up.Thus began her long journey of relearning everything, including how to walk. When her parents, Joan and Bruce, visited schools to find a place for Katie, they knew when they... Read More
Cotting’s fourth annual basketball games with Noble and Greenough brought students, families and staff from both schools together in the Nobles gymnasium on Friday night. The Nobles community this year donated proceeds earned from concession sales the night of the game to Wings of Hope, Cotting’s sister school in Haiti. Read more about the game in the Boston news article.
J.R., Cotting’s Senior Class President, recently wrote an article about his challenges and succeses for the Children’s Craniofacial Association for their Fall 2010 newsletter. Read the full article here.