By 1940, the school was again in need of more space and purchased 130 acres on Morse Road for it's campus. You can see the long entrance into the grounds in these pictures, with plenty of room for outdoor sporting events as well as space for education and residences for the students. This new facility opened on November 8, 1953. The school's colors are blue and white..
Here's a couple of pictures of the old school at various stages.
Adults, help the children understand what it means to be deaf. Have you seen people talking with their hands? Locate Columbus on a map, find Broad and High, Town and Washington, and Morse Road on a map.
If you've been here before you might remember when I toured the Topiary Gardens, where the school used to be on Town and Washington. If not, please click here to see it.
Adults how about helping the kids learn a few new spelling words? Deaf, School, Sign Language, commencement . You can learn how to read a map, new vocabulary words, new spelling words, and learn history with me.
So many ways to learn things with Flat Stanley, be sure and come back I'll have another adventure for you on Monday.
Please share your Flat Stanley adventures. Email me to send you a Flat Stanley, or print and color your own, make your own adventure, take photo's. Contact me and I will post your stories, your adventures, and your photo's every Saturday for Flat Stanley Sharing Saturdays.... Adults this is a way to get your kids involved, no last names will be used so you needn't worry about protecting your child by having his or her posts here. Can you imagine how excited the'll be to see something they did on the internet. sandycrochet at gmail dot com