asl resources.

By offering events which promote school, family and community interaction, the ASL Academy is increasing awareness of deaf and hard of hearing children and their abilities, connecting students and parents with deaf and hard of hearing adults, providing social opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing students enrolled in other schools, and encouraging family networking, all of which are beneficial to the social, emotional and cognitive development of ASL Academy students.

By offering events which promote school, family and community interaction, the ASL Academy is increasing awareness of deaf and hard of hearing children and their abilities, connecting students and parents with deaf and hard of hearing adults, providing social opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing students enrolled in other schools, and encouraging family networking, all of which are beneficial to the social, emotional and cognitive development of ASL Academy students.



asl resources.

By offering events which promote school, family and community interaction, the ASL Academy is increasing awareness of deaf and hard of hearing children and their abilities, connecting students and parents with deaf and hard of hearing adults, providing social opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing students enrolled in other schools, and encouraging family networking, all of which are beneficial to the social, emotional and cognitive development of ASL Academy students.

asl classes.

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for families

The ASL Academy offers FREE sign language classes to ASLA family members to assist in promoting clear communication and support for ASL Academy students. ASLA also offers free classes to the parents and families of deaf and hard of hearing children who attend other ASL programs that encourage inclusion and facilitate clearer communication throughout the ASL community.

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for community members

The ASL Academy offers sign language classes to members of the community who may be brushing up on tried and true skills, looking to learn ASL for the first time or just looking to immerse themselves in a new language and culture. 

For more information and a class schedule, email RachaelM@quarterbackit.com.

Deaf and hard of hearing children require and are best served when effective and mutually respectful partnerships are established between and among educators, families and the institutions and programs in the community that serve those children and their families.
- The National Agenda