Westerville South American Sign Language Club members had a chance to hone their sign language skills during a recent visit with Ohio School for the Deaf preschool students.
On the first day of the holiday break, several students from Westerville South High School’s American Sign Language (ASL) club volunteered at the Ohio School for the Deaf preschool program, located on Morse Road. ASL Club members played games, danced, and read books with the program’s deaf and hard of hearing children. “It was a great way to use the language in a fun, playful environment,” said ASL club advisor is Lori Peters. ASL Club students who attended were Emily Livingston, Anna Deichert, Chelsea Odoi, Helena Wilson and Jordan Grant.