SULPHUR, Okla. – Oklahoma School for the Deaf students are kicking off their new Key Club organization with an exciting holiday service project that ties in with organization’s goals for student leadership, volunteering and service opportunities.
Members are gathering items for Blessing Baskets to be delivered to the Little Lighthouse in Tulsa.
The Little Lighthouse is a center for children with developmental disabilities, ages birth to age 6.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. – Preparing for careers after high school will be the focus of Oklahoma School for the Blind’s “Future Shock” career day on Thursday, November 30.
The event is scheduled from 10:30 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. on the OSB campus, 3300 Gibson Street in Muskogee.
Prior to Future Shock, OSB middle school and high school students will complete career interest surveys and compare job descriptions with the education and experience required to qualify for those jobs.
OKLAHOMA CITY –Twenty-six thousand audio books, textbooks and periodicals are currently available for loan to patrons of the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
The books and digital playback equipment are free to Oklahomans who are blind or visually impaired and those with reading disabilities or physical limitations that make it difficult to use standard print.
Last year, staff served 4,884 patrons distributing an average 3,825 books to them each week.