Shakopee High School engineering student Hunter Gromniesch held a little second grade, bow-haired girl named Vianny upright as she beamed at what Gromniesch and two other students made her. 

It was a sensory-friendly toy, complete with lots of little mirrors (she loves looking at herself), the color red (her favorite) and a white board. Vianny can’t communicate verbally or stand up on her own, but her case manager Sheila Matzke said as Gromniesch held her, clothed in Vianny’s favorite shade of red, she was wearing her “happy face.”