ASLHS to Perform at Homecoming

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ASLHS to Perform at Homecoming

Emma Stevens, Editor

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SHS’s ASLHS (American Sign Language Honors Society) club is very new and has only been in existence for three years. Even though it is very new, the club is active and has 22 members. Just recently, they went to Deaf Deaf World, and are performing the National Anthem at the Homecoming pep rally.

“The thing I love about learning ASL is the fact that I can apply what I’ve learned into my daily life,” junior Paige Sanders said.  “I’ve met so many new people, experienced a culture I barely knew of before, and truly grown because of it all.”

The ASL students go to deaf events to be able to talk to deaf people and use the skills they have learned in class. This helps them not only with learning the language but it also helps them learn about the deaf community.

“At the homecoming pep rally, American Sign Language Honor Society (ASLHS) will be signing the national anthem,” says President Evon Sanders. “This is starting to become a tradition. Each member has put in time and effort into this performance. I am unbelievably proud of this club.”

 

 

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