http://www.mlive.com/news/grpress/index.ssf?/base/news-39/1194872730306120.xml&coll=6 12 Nov 2007 No wonder Louisa Graham is excited. The 17-year-old Jenison High School junior recently snagged a couple of tickets to December's sold-out Hannah Montana concert at Van Andel Arena, and now she has a leading role in her school's fall play. Graham, who has Down syndrome, is one of about a dozen special-education students joining regular-education students in the cast of "The Jellybean Conspiracy Show," a play designed to recognize the gifts of young people, including those with developmental disabilities. "It's a dream come true for her to be in this play," said Louisa's mother, Margie Graham. "She loves to sing and dance and act things out." "The special education department does a talent show every year, but we've never done anything on this scale," said drama teacher Todd Avery. "(The special education students) look forward to rehearsals. They get a strong sense that they belong, they've got friends." much more at link; you may need to enter a zip code to access article What a great article and great idea!