Neurodiversity Celebration Week

March 18 – 22, 2024

What is neurodiversity? 

Neurodiversity refers to the biological fact that everyone has a uniquely wired brain and their own way of thinking, learning, and experiencing the world. 

Just like our communities are diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation, we are also diverse in terms of our brains.

What does it mean to celebrate neurodiversity?

For students, it's pretty simple:

For adults, it's also important to put this in context of how we view ourselves and others: 

Upcoming Ways to Celebrate Neurodiversity in ACSD

Neurodiversity Celebration Night
March 20th, 5:30-7:00 pm

Marquis Theater Cafe 

65 Main St, Middlebury

Join the Addison Central SEPAC for this opportunity to celebrate, learn, and connect with others on this important topic. Feel free to pop in for a short hello or to stay the whole time! Students of all ages are also welcome! 

Shine a Light on Neurodiversity in ACSD

ACSD School Board Meeting

March 25th, 6:30pm

208 Charles Ave, Middlebury

Join the Addison Central SEPAC and other community members in shining a light on the importance of understanding and celebrating neurodiversity among our students and staff. Feel free to share a public comment on the topic with the School Board or simply show your support through your presence. Students of all ages are welcome to join as well! 

Activities in ACSD Schools

Stay tuned for information about upcoming activities to recognize and celebrate neurodiversity from leaders in your school communities.

Learn more!

Learn more about neurodiversity and this important time for celebrating it at:

Some specific pages from this website are linked below for easy navigating to the good stuff!