"The right help, at the right time, in the right location for students with visual impairments"
The KCK Chamber hosted a "ribbon cutting" in our sensory garden to celebrate KSSB's upcoming 150th anniversary.
Kansas City, Kansas Mayor Mark Holland was on hand to assist. We appreciate the support!
Families of students are invited to attend our annual Honors and Awards Ceremony this Thursday @ 1:00 in our gym. Award categories include academics, athletics, health, and Sara Maxwell awards. We are so pleased to celebrate our students' accomplishments this year. Parking at the front of Johnson building is being reserved for families, but there are a limited number of spots. Please check in with security before coming to Johnson building.
The Orcam is An intuitive wearable device with a smart camera designed to assist people who are visually impaired. We tried it out today at our Low Vision Clinic. Thanks to Dr. Jeffry Gerson for sharing! More information here http://www.orcam.com/ and here http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/04/science/israeli-start-up-gives-visually-impaired-a-way-to-read.html?_r=0
Monday, January 4th, is particularly significant because it's the effective date of the nationwide implementation of the Unified English Braille (UEB) code that has been adopted by the Braille Authority of North America. Find more information here:
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