This story was written in response to the Include Someone, Make a Difference lesson. Yusuf, student from 826 MSP, chose to write an inclusive ending to finish the storyboard created by Cartoon Network:
Include Someone Jump City School Storyboard
Wondering what happens next? Read on to discover Yusuf’s inclusive resolution:
…He goes under the table and turns into a cat. Beast Boy feels a little bit happy and then he turns into a cheetah and runs away. He gets a paper and writes a note and makes an airplane and throws it. It lands in the art room. Raven opens it and they go to Robin’s house. They went to the basement and under the bed.
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