Team from Va. school for deaf, blind teaches ASL in elementary school

04/10/2013 | News Leader (Staunton, Va.), The

Two students, a teacher and an occupational therapist from the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind are providing students in one elementary school a six-week class in American Sign Language. The program covers basic words such as "mom" and "hello," as well as the alphabet, and it is included in the elementary school's yearlong world languages class.

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