San Francisco 49ers visit Youngstown elementary school to talk about inclusion

San Francisco 49ers visit Youngstown elementary school to talk about inclusion


have lunch with N-F-L players… but that’s exactly what some lucky elementary students did today in Youngstown. Students from Williamson Elementary were visited by members of the San Francisco 49ers. The players came by the school for lunch and an assembly… where the kids were being taught about inclusion. It was all part of the non-profit organization Sandy Hook Promise’s “Start with Hello” program… helping children overcome social isolation. “I THINK IT’S REALLY IMPORTANT TO TEACH KIDS AT A YOUNG AGE BECAUSE LIKE AS WE ALL KNOW, KIDS CAN EITHER BE REALLY SWEET OR REALLY BRUTAL. AND SO IT’S IMPORTANT TO TEACH THEM YOUNG TO BE INCLUSIVE AND MAKE SURE THAT NO ONE’S ALONE. AND MAKE SURE THEY MAKE EVERYONE FEEL LIKE LOVED OR BE SWEET OR BE KIND TO SOMEONE BECAUSE BEING KIND CAN GO SO FAR FOR ANYONE.” The team is in town, preparing for their week 2 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday.

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