Deaf and hard of hearing students find a place in numerous school settings
By Aaron gifford
Gloria Wright Photos
After a full day of school, sports and socializing, Andrew likes to enjoy the silence for a little while. The 12-year-old Central Square resident, who was born deaf in both ears, uses a cochlear implant device that was surgically attached to his brain nine years ago. That has given him the ability to hear others within close proximity.
Summer Fun and Camp Fair
On Saturday, April 5, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the State Fairgrounds, families can put their summer together in one day. Learn about summer camps and programs as well as day-trip destinations, amusement parks, vacation rentals and many more warm-weather opportunities. Also, watch performances and demonstrations, visit a petting zoo or slide down a 22-foot bounce slide. Admission is free. For more information, call 472-4669.
For more April events, visit the calendar!
MICHAEL DAVIS PHOTO.