After Chy Johnson was bullied by her fellow students at Queen Creek High School because of her rare brain disorder, her mom did her best to stop her daughter’s torment. When the football team’s starting quarterback became involved in the situation, however, Chy’s life took a dramatic turn.
Naturally, every student experiences high school differently. Some thrive in that environment; they may be popular with their peers, for instance, or enjoy the academic rigor of their classes. For other teens, however, high school can be miserable, as they may stick out from the crowd and so become targets for bullies.
And Chy herself was different to many of the students at Queen Creek High School in Arizona. In particular, she had been born with a neurological disorder that had left her with a mental age of approximately eight. Even taking into account Chy’s condition, though, her mom Liz had urged the school to let her daughter get the best education she could.
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Bullies, just remember, what goes around comes around. Hurting others don't make you better then others. It just shows how pathetically weak you are. Now go get a bowl of self esteem and ask those you hurt for forgiveness, . I'm sure they'll forgive you and you'll feel better about yourself. Let's learn to embrace each others differences. Its a beautiful thing babe.😊
This is such a sweet story.
These guys are heroes.
I have a grandson whose name is Carson.
I hope he will always be the kind hearted fellow that this young man is..
Good job , guys , and God speed to the sweet girl...
You make an old guy cry...
Way to go Chy, from a guy in the uk. Your a very special young lady. I hope life makes all hopes and dreams come true. As for the guys from the football team. You all show what being real men is all about, caring for those that need someone looking out for them, it was a great way of stopping the bulling without any form of action taken against said bullied. Truly an outstanding group of young men 👍👍
I think it’s wrong for bullies to pick on someone with a brain disorder it’s rude I also have a brain disorder today I currently have epilepsy it was hard after I had surgery but no one bullied me because of that
I’m crying because she sounds like me and almost everything the doctors told her they told to my mom and dad that I wouldn’t walk that I might not live past 2weeks of my birth but I proved them wrong this hit so close to home
J Woolman, while some people are emotional about my comment, as you seem to be, my experience as a well educated, experienced educator still says differently. When you start to compare “how it used to be”, you have to compare all elements of those times. Not just what you thought it looked like. There’s no teacher I know who wouldn’t compassionately do all they can for every student they have. Facts are facts, her mother clearly said, “she PUSHED “ for the child to be mainstreamed. That’s not being appropriately assigned by the school. Unfortunately when that happens, the school won’t/can’t fight the parent!
I seen this YouTube video the other day and it still make me cry u can't find people with loving hearts hardly anymore I'm glad this little angel found a whole mess of them to keep her safe all people want to do is make other people sad so they can feel happy
I know the feeling. My mother was pretty much told I would never get as far as I have now. I was treated just like that. I wish I had a friend like that quarterback. I was the waterboy, hoping to have friends on the team. However, I got tackled when putting the equipment away and had water spat at me by the players. My mom confronted the coach, but he said "Boys will be boys." 😢
Matt Jones, your perception of special education classes is unfortunate. A lot of children that attend those classes would never have access to any sense of the general community without them. Our educational systems have allotted and disbursed 2 to 3 times, per child, the money for each child assigned to special education. Versus the money used to educate a child in the general community. The flaw in the system is when a child is misdiagnosed. The needs of all the students have to be considered. Unfortunately, most special education profiles do not allow them to be placed in regular classes; not even with an attendant.
Well done Carson what a difference you made to chys life you handled it brilliantly in not finding out who the bullies were and telling her Mum but taking chy under your wing and improving her life well done Carson you deserve all the best that life will give God bless you your family and your team mates and Chy and her family too
Take the little piece of shits that were bullying this lovely girl and shame them publicly. As for the boy and others who came to her rescue, so glad they were raised right. I hope she has lots of happiness in her life now.🌷🌻🌷🌻🌷
Ugh...I can't stand bullies. They really have low self-esteem and get around others that are different than them, seeing them trying to push themselves higher and here come these low self-esteem bullies trying to break them with all their might. In the long run, the bully never win. Cause they end up falling soon or later in life. God bless and stay strong no matter what.
God Bless You Carson Jones... Your simple act of kindness to that Beautiful Angel is warmth to the soul. God put you and the rest of the football team there for that young lady. So all of you stay true to yourselves and blessings in each of your lives.
That was truly touching it made me cry I know they say men don't cry but this touched my heart I'm a better person to hear this story that there is so much compassion in the world for other that everyone can share ty
What a beautiful story! A simple act of kindness brought her out of her shell!! I hope they cherish there memories together and last friends forever!!! No one deserves to be bullied!! She is still human! We don’t all have everything in common! We could all bully each other for being different!!! But no that *NOT* *RIGHT* !!! If I was there at that school I would ask her if she is 👌 okay and stand up for her!!! I would stand up to any bully!! She has such a beautiful soul!! Bless her kind heart!🙏
thatbeingsaid thatbeingsaid It most likely never be. Being point that many will say it is a life exp. & they need it to grow up. As that will help them to the real world. As the real world can be much harder. If you shelter kids,teens from this. They may never know how to react when confronted. Is as not everyone can afford defense classes. They say most go through & need this. I find that b.s. Not everyone gets bullyed in school. And the reasons for it and effects vary greatly. Course we see where bullying not fixed in some cases and they become shooters & kill others. What this student did is extremely rare and that is something hardly taught & not easy for someone to stand up for another. As then they most likely be bullyed themselves,called names and anything else. Takes a very strong soul,heart & mind of someone to stand up for another. Students are just scared & passive. "Not my problem" " I'll be bullyed to if I help" "Not my business". Remember how society always teach & make people like this. Fear & no community play a big role.
Apparently when films get published about these things, stuff gets made up and the morale is twisted. This lady named Loretta Claiborne came to my school to talk about how she accomplished what she had even though she grew up as a mentally and physically challenged black girl in the 1960's, and there was a film about it and parts of the story were changed so the movie could be released at a PG level.
It’s not fair to the child to put her in regular classes; she doesn’t have the mental acuity to be or feel comfortable/successful! Only because it makes the parent feel better.it’s also an unbearable burden for the teacher and slows class down; not fair to all the other students!
The bullying is just cruel but always present at that age, in that setting! Special education classes, times and activities are designed to protect those students from the general population/school community. Parent knows better!!
When I was a kid many decades ago, the word “mainstreaming” hadn’t been invented but we had a wide range of kids with different abilities. Sometimes we had a classmate who was definitely in the “slow” category. I was often a bit bored in school, but never felt the slower kids (or even those who were probably considered in the “mildly retarded” category back then) held anybody back. They did what they could and so did I. We all managed. Behavioral problems are much harder for a teacher than cognitive differences. A teacher will always be dealing with many different cognitive ability levels in the same class. That’s life.
You have to remember that saying she has a mental age of 8 doesn’t mean she is like a real 8 year old. She has many more years of experience and all the complications and changes that come along with puberty and living life. I’m sure she has strengths and weakness just as we all do.
So it’s quite likely that some mainstream classes or activities would be appropriate for her and it makes sense to put her in those classes along with continuing the special ed classes. I’ve heard of other kids with microcephaly who are able to do the same. If she really weren’t able to benefit from the partial mainstreaming, the school wouldn’t be doing it.
In life after school, we are all mixed together and not segregated according to cognitive ability. That’s normal and not a terrible burden on anybody.
It's stories like this that make me believe in people again. She is a lucky lady and thank you team mates for being there for her. I know you changed a lot of lives and all of you restored my faith in people.
Chy Johnson, you are an awesome young lady! As a father with a mentally challenged son, stories like this really hit home. He too is lucky to have an awesome friend that has changed him for the better. Thanks for sharing, nollygrio.
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