ASL Club moves again


Chelsea Kinney

The ASL Club has a poster for the “Deaf Coffee Chat.” It has all the dates on the poster for the meet-up. For more info ask the Mrs. Price.

Chelsea Kinney, Staff Writer

The American Sign language Club (ASL Club) is now officially ready to meet.

It is run by American Sign Language teacher Mrs. Nicole Price and is hosting the first meeting on Wed., Sept. 14 in room 253 in the language area.

All are welcome, even those without any knowledge of sign language.

“ASL Club brings awareness of deaf culture to the Aviator family,” said Price.

To join, you need $5, which will cover the entire year.

If you do join, you can expect: treats, crafts, games, deaf presenters, and learning ASL and deaf culture.

”You’ll learn basic sign language and craft around the holidays,” said Priya Sakthivel, 12.

Over the last few years, the ASL club has taken exciting trips, like to the Cincinnati Zoo, a deaf comedian act, Kings Island, and St. Rita events.

They attended “Silent Dinners,” which occurs in the food courts of the mall the first Friday of every month, and “Deaf Coffee Chat,” meeting at Starbucks every third Saturday of each month.