In the Media

Here you will find selected coverage of Louis Braille School in the media, in reverse chronological order.

Louis Braille School Offers Summer Fun

Published 5/12/2010
The Enterprise
Edmonds school, PAWS team up to teach kiddos wildlife, animals.

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The Enterprise


Braille Raises $9000

Published March 31, 2010
The Enterprise
More than $9000 was raised during a benefit auction earlier this month at a private school for vision-impaired students in Edmonds.

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The Enterprise


Guide Dog Candidates Meet Sight-Impaired Kids in Edmonds

Published 7/15/2008
The Herald (Everett, WA)
Children get used to the dogs as part of a day camp in Edmonds.

Article available from The Everett Herald


School Director Receives Award

Published 12/15/2006
The Enterprise Newspapers
Carolyn Meyer, director of the Louis Braille School, a private day school in Edmonds for children who are blind or visually impaired was awarded The One World Award by the Washington Council of the Blind at its annual convention in November.

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A Touch of Sight

Published 7/23/2006
The Herald (Everett, WA)
Joel Christensen, 7, walked up to a rack of bowling balls. He tried to pick up a 6-pound orange ball.

Article available from The Everett Herald


Braille Camp

Published 7/27/2004
The Herald (Everett, WA)
Meyer has conducted camps in the past, but the current three-week session, she said, is a step toward her dream of establishing a full-time school for the blind.