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#WHYISIGN

Families are still not given resources or support about including signing with their ddbddldhh children. Families often feel alone in their signing journey. For most, their baby is the first deaf person they meet. They often are nervous and scared to connect with the deaf community. Our diverse communities often desire to connect with hearing families, but lack knowledge of where families are & how to reach out.

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DAWNSIGN

DawnSignPress creates, develops, and publishes quality American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture-related videos and books. Dedicated to the principle that Deaf people are the natural experts regarding their language and culture, DawnSignPress wholeheartedly supports the efforts of Deaf people to document ASL, Deaf culture, history, heritage, and literature.

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DPAN.TV

The Deaf Professional Arts Network (d-pan.org) was originally formed to make music and music culture - the predominant shared language and experience of people worldwide – universally accessible by extending its reach to the Deaf and hard of hearing. Since 2006, D-PAN has pioneered the art form of creating high-quality American Sign Language (ASL) music videos, translating the lyrics of popular songs through ASL.

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SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Feb. 4, 2021 - In-Person Toddler Program - Open

The in-person toddler program started this past week.  For more information contact Shannon Crawford, new student coordinator, and her email is scrawford@isd.k12.in.us or Connie McLean, teacher for toddler program cmclean@isd.k12.in.us.


El programa en persona para niños pequeños comenzó la semana pasada. Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Shannon Crawford, coordinadora de nuevos estudiantes, y su correo electrónico es scrawford@isd.k12.in.us o Connie McLean, maestra del programa para niños pequeños cmclean@isd.k12.in.us.

Language First Lab

Language First aims to educate and raise awareness about ASL/English bilingualism and the importance of a strong first language foundation for Deaf and hard of hearing (D/HH) children. Visit website.


Language First tiene como objetivo educar y crear conciencia sobre el bilingüismo ASL / inglés y la importancia de una base sólida en el primer idioma para los niños sordos y con problemas de audición (D / HH).

Parent Advocacy

Families of deaf and hard of hearing children attend meetings—Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings, 504 meetings, and other types of meetings. What are these meetings about? How can you be the best advocate for your child? The Parent Advocacy app helps you to understand your child’s rights and to prepare you to work with the school in the best interest of your child. Get the app!


Las familias de niños sordos o con problemas de audición asisten a las reuniones: reuniones del Programa de educación individualizada (IEP), reuniones 504 y otros tipos de reuniones. ¿De qué se tratan estas reuniones? ¿Cómo puede ser el mejor defensor de su hijo? La aplicación Parent Advocacy le ayuda a comprender los derechos de su hijo y a prepararse para trabajar con la escuela en el mejor interés de su hijo. Get the app!