Summer Youth Camps at Gallaudet University 2017:
Students who are interested in registering for Gallaudet's 2017 Summer Youth Camps are strongly encouraged to meet with their Vocational Rehabilitation/Department of Rehabilitation Counselors early and discuss about receiving financial support through Pre-Employment Training Services/Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (PETS/WIOA).
To get an overview of Gallaudet's camps for the next summer and to register and receive more detailed information about each camp and its requirements, please check out the website: http://www.gallaudet.edu/outreach-programs/youth-programs/summer-youth-camps.html
Contact email@example.com if you have any further questions about 2017 Summer Youth Camps and the registration procedures.
Announcing Sorenson ASL Storytelling and Poetry Contest for Deaf Youth in America
Sorenson Communications holds an annual Children's ASL Storytelling and Poetry Contest for Deaf Youth in America. Typically, Sorenson picks three winners, one from the elementary level, one from the middle school level, and one from the secondary level, to win an I-pad. This year, because the judges could not choose only one winner from the high school category, they decided to award 2 I-pads. KSD also had a first place winner from the elementary category. Consequently, 3 students chosen for first place in the ASL Storytelling and Poetry in America this year were from KSD! The three students are Aryzona Marsh, Nathan Halterman, and Tyler McCallum. Kester Horn-Marsh is their coach.
Currently, there are five Deaf Boy Scouts from KSD who are affiliated with Troop 86, the first Boy Scout Troop in Olathe.
Middle School Student Body Council (MSSBC)
KSD is a chapter of the Junior National Association for the Deaf [Jr. NAD] and the Junior Kansas Association for the Deaf [Jr. KAD]. High school students have the opportunity to become voluntary members of the Jr. KAD. The purpose of the Jr. KAD is as follows:
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