Summer enrichment/work programs for visually impaired students


The Kentucky School for the Blind is excited to offer two Summer Enrichment Programs (Elementary and MS/HS) and the Summer Work Program for students who are visually impaired or blind throughout Kentucky on Sunday, June 15 – Friday, June 27. Students in the Work Program will be working part-time at the Louisville Zoo.

The theme of the elementary (grades K-5) program is “Lucky to Live in Kentucky”.  Students will explore why they are so lucky by participating in fun-filled activities, exciting field trips, cooking, arts and crafts and listening to guest speakers who will let them in on the secrets why they are so lucky to live in Kentucky.

“Vision Quest” is the theme for the middle/high school (grades 6-11) program.  These students will be on a quest for fun and adventure as they work together with friends, both old and new, to develop a Vision Portfolio and to learn about and use technology that will help them experience the world and sharpen their independence skills.

For more information or an application, click here.