American Sign Language Club was created last March. Julia Sasso and Amber Goldberg came up with the idea in order to spread knowledge of sign language. The club meets every “F” day in Mrs. Foltz room(A116). Through ASL, students are able to communicate with those of the deaf community. Each meeting the club reviews simple and useful sign language; these meetings vary in topic and focus, and a new topic is taught each time by Amber and Julia with some help from other members in the club who are familiar with sign. ASL Club is an exciting and memorable experience and provides students with extensive knowledge of sign language as well as a fun time.
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