With immense pride and gratitude, we’re thrilled to announce the successful conclusion of the Braille Challenge! ๐ŸŒŸ

A heartfelt thank you to all our incredible students who competed with determination and skill, showcasing the power and beauty of braille literacy. Your dedication is truly inspiring! ๐Ÿ†

We extend our deepest appreciation to our dedicated volunteers, sponsors, braillists, and parents whose unwavering support and hard work made this event possible. Your commitment to empowering braille users is invaluable! ๐Ÿ‘

Together, we’ve celebrated the importance of braille and honored the talents of our participants. Thank you for being part of this meaningful journey. ๐Ÿ™Œ

Until next time.


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alt-text: Attached are 6 photos.

1. 5 competing students, two parents, and two proctor volunteers are walking down the hallway in the ASDB Tucson Campus CTE building. The students use their white canes to navigate as their parents hold their braille machines and their hands.

2. Students are seated on the floor in the music room located in the BPAC building. One student with pink glasses and a pink bow in their hair plays a large drum. Another student holds a small guitar in their lap. The third student is playing a smaller drum in their lap.

3. A student learns how to use a Chameleon machine in the library on the Tucson Campus.

4. A student chooses pink beads from a tray full of colorful rainbow beads. They add the beads to the cane keychain they are making.

5. Staff member Manny teaches students how to DJ using the braille note and an iPad.

6. A student and staff member Christine are seated among the guide dogs in the LRC room. They are petting an older dog with golden blonde hair and a white face.