WSD to break ground on new school
DELAVAN--Alex Slappey told his students never to give up—and with good reason.
Since 1974, the Wisconsin School for the Deaf has needed a new high school, something that would be “deaf-friendly” and meet the needs of students with multiple disabilities.
Now, almost 40 years later, the school is finally breaking ground on a $5 million building.
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