The School is Scheduled to Open
September 5, 2006
First Day of School
We are pleased and excited to announce the opening of the Louis Braille School. On September 5, 2006, at 8:50 in the morning, the School’s first students will begin an adventure of learning, sharing, and growing.
Our program is holistic in nature and includes academics, emotional and social growth, and daily living skills that foster independence. We consider each childss strengths and challenges and develop an individualized program that suits his or her needs.
A small student body allows our excellent staff to provide one-on-one and small group attention throughout the day. Lead teacher Andre Middleton exudes a winning combination of warmth, patience, and kind firmness that is hard to resist.
Paraprofessional Beckie Postlewait has many years experience with children who have special challenges. “I really love working with the kiddos and seeing them change and grow,” Beckie said.
Available for the students are books, educational toys and games, computers, musical instruments, tactile maps, and most important, a friendly, supportive environment in which to discover the joys of learning.
- Also in the Summer 2006 Newsletter
- Andre Middleton – Lead Teacher
- Braille Camp 2006
- Introducing Julie LeMay
- House Approves Coin to Celebrate Louis Braille
- Everett Central Lions Club 62nd Annual Fishing Derby
- Pottery with Becky Bell
- French Song Singing
- First Annual Louis Braille School Benefit Auction
- How You Can Help
- Sno-Isle ADA Committee Meets at Louis Braille School
- Edmonds Lions Meet at Louis Braille School
- CWF Has Paper Shower for the School