The National Federation of the Blind of South Carolina is proud to present
NFB Braille Enrichment for Literacy and Learning Academy!
For ages 4-12 years
This is the fourth year of NFB BELL Academy in SC! We are looking forward to seeing return students as well as meeting new students. Each summer our students have shown great progress in skills and self-confidence. Jamie Allison is Braille literate and a certified classroom teacher. Jennifer Duffell-Hoffman is the mother to two blind teenage boys.
Our program will run June 5-June 15, Monday to Thursday, 8:15-3:45 daily in Spartanburg on campus at South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind.
We are passionate about Braille literacy, white cane travel, slate and stylus, Nemeth, the abacus and other nonvisual skills and we teach these in a positive and fun manner.
Lunch: Lunch and snack will be provided daily. Lunch will primarily consist of sandwich meats and cheeses or peanut butter and jelly on bread or wraps with carrots and fruit. Milk, juice and water served. No soda. Sweets will be limited. Please tell Jennifer about any food allergies or other concerns.
Registration Fees: A $40.00 fee is requested, but will be waived if cost prohibitive. Please speak with Jennifer about fee waiver if needed.
Transportation: We do not provide transportation.
Please call Jennifer at 803-287-5391 or email at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
English Application: https://nfb.org/bell-student-application-form
Spanish Application: https://nfb.org/bell-summer-program-student-application-form-spanish
Nationwide information: https://nfb.org/bell-academy
State Specific: https://nfb.org/bell-academy-faqs-affiliate/sc
Jennifer A. Duffell-Hoffman NFB BELL Academy, South Carolina Coordinator SC Parents of Blind Children, State President Lancaster, South Carolina Mobile: 803-287-5391 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams. You can have the life you want; blindness is not what holds you back.