It wasn’t Raging Waters, but almost.
The Tobinworld campus was transformed Friday from a school into a mini water park, where students repeatedly scaled and descended a three-story water slide installed at the site for the day.
It was one of several annual celebrations the school hosts for its students. Others include a Halloween costume parade and a Christmas feast.
Founded in 1977 by the mother of an autistic child, Tobinworld serves 300 students at its Glendale campus, and an additional 90 students at a satellite site in Antioch, Calif. Students range in age from 5 to 22, and all are classified as severely emotionally disturbed, autistic or developmentally disabled.
They come from 22 different school districts in Southern California.
-- Megan O’Neil, Times Community News
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