Pioneer Middle School With a Powerful Project – 3D Printed, Brailled Yearbook for Blind Student!

June 21, 2018

Written By

Mary Friona Celani

Oh my goodness. This is nothing short of amazing.

Gio LoBianco, a teacher at Pioneer calls this the  “…most powerful project ever.” And it is truly unbelievable!

The Pioneer Middle School staff scanned, 3D printed, brailled messages and created a 3D yearbook for a very special student! Just look at the smile on Ty’s face!!

It was a major team effort. From teachers, to students, to staff and even Ty’s Occupational Therapist – who got the ball rolling after seeing a sim

This is an example of what we can do, as a society, if we embrace one another, understand one another, love one another and do everything we can to make everyone feel included and special. The staff and students at Pioneer deserve massive amounts of credit for reminding all of us about a life lesson that will never go out of style – Kindness!  Thank you!

     

 

Here is Mr. LoBianco’s tweet!

 

 

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