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Congratulations to the following ASLHS members for receiving a free scholarship to attend the 2021 ASLTA Virtual Conference:

Darlene Combs, Elizabeth Robblee, Kimberley Crites, & Michelle Gachowski

Congratulations to Roxann Barrera-Coffman for earning a $500 teacher grant to purchase ASL curriculum and support her school's ASL concert event!

We LOVE supporting our ASLHS teachers.


Honoring ASL Students

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Learn how you can play a role in spreading the news about ASL and honoring students who excel in the practice of ASL. The ASLHS recognizes the outstanding achievements of students studying ASL, and we encourage the use of the language along with lifelong learning and language enjoyment. ASL teachers at any level are eligible to establish ASLHS chapters on campus, whether they teach at a high school, community college, college, university, or Deaf schools. Additionally, all ASL students can participate in our programs.

Devin Hasty

For more information about our newsletter or about how you can brag about the great things happening in your ASL classroom

Contact Devin Hasty at aslhs.pr@aslta.org

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Jessica Parker

For general ASLHS information

Contact Jessica Parker at aslhs@aslta.org