Summer Program 2010

Animals, the Environment, and You!raccoon
A Two-Week Extended School Year Program for Children with Special Needs

Presented by the Louis Braille School

July 12-July 23, Monday through Friday, 10 am to 2 pm

• For students entering kindergarten through grade 12

• For those who have special needs arising from vision impairment or other challenges

• Taught by a TVI (Teacher of the Visually Impaired) with an M.S. in Special Education

• Qualifies as an Extended School Year program

Reading, Writing, and ArithmeticBraille Camp 2009
Drawing from the Washington State K-12 Environmental and Sustainability Learning Standards, students will receive small group and individualized instruction in core curriculum areas. Focus is on reading, writing and arithmetic, with a touch of social studies and science, all within an environmental theme.

Skills of Everyday Living
Integrated throughout the day is instruction in everyday living skills that promote self-esteem and independence. Instruction is individualized and may include basic skills such as tying shoes and zipping a jacket, social skills, technology pointers, and other skills as needed.

guide dog puppyGuide Dog Puppies
A tradition on the first day of the summer program is a visit from Guide Dogs for the Blind puppies in training to be guide dogs. Their trainers guide the children in patting and playing with the pups, walking them on a double lead, and giving them simple commands.

PAWS logoDogs and Cats as Pets
Wild Birds and Animals in Their Habitats

PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society) will present two,
one-hour hands-on workshops each week.

Week 1. Furry Friends
Appreciating dogs and cats as companions and friends. Learn how animals talk and other fun facts. Learn how to care for a pet. Learn about service dogs and meet a guide dog. Make toys for cats that are in the PAWS shelter.

Week 2. Wonderful Wildlife
Understanding wild animals and birds through sound, taste, and scent. Learn where wild animals live and how they get their food. Learn how PAWS cares for injured and orphaned wild animals. Make items that will help wild animals at the PAWS shelter re-learn how to find their own food.

Location of Summer School
Louis Braille School
10130 Edmonds Way
Edmonds, WA 98020

Tuition: $250. Assistance is available.
Children bring a sack lunch.

For questions or to register your child call 425-776-4042 or

What People Say About Our Summer Program
“This is a safe place with caring people.” Summer Program student
“You guys do it right. Here everything is for everyone.” Summer Program student
“I want to stay all night at Braille Camp.” Summer Program student
“My son counts the days between one summer program and next.” Parent

Louis Braille School Offers Summer Fun
The Enterprise Newspaper
article about the 2010 summer program

download LBS Summer Program brochure 2010.pdf

download LBS Summer Program forms 2010.pdf

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