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Low Vision Clinic Newsletters

Please click the links below to view the Low Vision Clinic Newsletters. Also, be sure to look at the Common Visual Diagnoses chart. Spring 2018 Newsletter Spring 2017 Newsletter Spring 2016 Newsletter Spring 2015 Newsletter    

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Fire Station Visit

  Students had fun as they met Fire Fighters and explored Firetrucks and equipment at the Wapello Volunteer Fire Department in Ottumwa on Saturday, May 5th. Students were able to climb on the different fire trucks, feeling all the knobs and switches!  T hey tried on a real fire fighter uniforms and were able to take home their own fire fighter hat!   The group of students and . . .

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NCASB Forensics 2018

NCASB Iowa Rams Forensics On Saturday April 28 th the Iowa Forensics team participated in the NCASB conference competition in Columbus, Ohio.   The Iowa team brought home a 4 th place team trophy.    Congratulations girls! Team and individual results are as follows: 1 st place Indiana 2 nd place Ohio 3 rd place   Wisconsin . . .

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NCASB Swimming 2018

On Friday, April 27 th the Iowa Rams Swimming team arrived in Columbus,   Ohio and participated in the NCASB conference swim meet.   The girls team received a 3 rd place trophy.   Senior Grace J. broke two conference swim records and was awarded the prestigious Sonka Award.   Congratulations swimmers! Team and individual results are as follows: . . .

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Touching Outer Space

Hear Outer Space—Touch Outer Space—Move Through Outer Space   A day for students who are blind and visually impaired to explore outer space.  World reknown blind astrophysicist, Wanda Merced Diaz (who is blind and has appeared on TEDtalks),  videoconferenced with students live that day. There was a guided exploration in the morning and families were free to stay and . . .

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