BROOKLINE, Mass. - A Brookline boy was welcomed back to school after a long battle with Leukemia.
Great turnout this morning to escort Mateo Goldman back to school for the 1st time since Nov 2016 when he was diagnosed w/leukemia. More than a 200 members of the @DriscollSchool community, the @BrooklineMAPD and @BrooklineFD came out for his "walk back" #mateotough #community pic.twitter.com/Ype2xKGtvA— Brookline PD (@BrooklineMAPD) February 26, 2018
Driscoll School student Mateo Goldman was diagnosed with Leukemia in November 2016. After his diagnosis, Mateo left school.
A couple more great pics from Mateo's escort this morning! Welcome back to @DriscollSchool Its been a long road!! You are one brave and tough young man! @BrooklineMAPD @DriscollSchool @BrooklineFD #MateoTough #ChildhoodCancer pic.twitter.com/FnTa0WiPH0— Brookline PD (@BrooklineMAPD) February 26, 2018
On Monday, Mateo received a full escort to school - complete with more than 200 members of the school community, Brookline police and fire.
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