FREMONT, Ohio — A Fremont mom is expressing her “utmost appreciation” to three Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology students for building a custom desk and chair designed for her son Ayden who has achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism.
By designing a desk and chair that Ayden can use in school, Wilson says Kyle Waggoner, Isaac Smith, and Jarrett Spoores are helping make her son’s life a bit easier.
“The daily tasks can be a challenge for him and these 3 young men helped make one of these tasks a bit easier for him,” Wilson said.
“I want to thank Vanguard and their teacher for allowing them to accomplish this special project!” Wilson added.
Great job, guys!