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Jim Harris thanks for signing (ASL) at ACHS graduation

He would like to see closed captioning display to aid hearing impaired.

Jim Harris writes:
I attended the HS graduation on Friday night and noticed a young lady doing sign language for someone . I thought this was very nice and would like to say thank you to that young lady.

Just a thought, I am hearing impaired and could not understand anything that was said (I think many were in the same boat as I saw a lot of seniors). Why doesn't the school place a running sign in back of the stage similar to closed captions so everyone could know what is being said.

Just a thought. - Jim Harris

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