A one-week program for adults who are blind or visually impaired. Classes will include orientation and mobility, braille and communications, physical fitness and recreation, resource development, technology, home management, and home maintenance.
On May 18th, WSBVI student Kyle Makurat was recognized during a school assembly for his production of a public service video, targeted at high school students and young adults, centered to the theme of “Why is CPR important to high school students and young adults?”
WSBVI is in need of a new mascot/logo! We have found out that our current “Bucky Badger” logo infringes on UW-Madison’s. In an effort to avoid future problems, we would like to design a new WSBVI Badger logo.
With summer fast approaching, many parents and students are thinking about camp. With a good summer camp, students can make friends and learn to be independent while embracing concepts such as teamwork and cooperation.