Autism Preschool in Texas Receives Startup Funds

A woman wishing to open an autism preschool in Harlingen, Texas received a $3,000 check from a local benefit. Here’s the story from KRGV.com.

HARLINGEN – A Harlingen woman needing help to fix up an autism pre-school received a check today.

NEWSCHANNEL 5 has been following Cris Porras and her attempts to open up the pre-school.

Just two weeks ago, an organization called Fenix Autism Awareness held a bike rally benefit to help out.

Today, Porras received the check for $3,000.

The school is scheduled to open its doors by the end of this month.

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  1. elizabeth maisonet says:

    My name is Elizabeth Maisonet, my son was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome at the age of 6. He has been attending public school since Pre-k. He is now in 5th grade and i am struggling with the idea of him attending Middle School next year. I really want to put him in a private school or a school that specializes with children like mine. Please contact me with any information. My son is my world and i just want to make his better. Thank you for your time.