Kids are always surprising adults with questions or new skills they’ve learned. Young students at Nansemond Parkway Elementary School in Suffolk, Virginia, wanted to be able to communicate with the cafeteria worker who served them breakfast and lunch everyday. So they learned how.
Leisa Duckwall is deaf and had been working at the school for four years serving the students and staff. Because Duckwall cannot hear, she and the students did the best they could to make it work, until a …
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Original title: Kids surprise deaf cafeteria worker by learning sign language to communicate with her. Their teacher helped them learn new words every week.