Be Food Safe 2016
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 48 million illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths in the United States can be traced to foodborne pathogens each year. Be Food Safe will enhance students’ awareness of foodborne illnesses and how to prevent them.




Keep it Real
Keep It Real is a guide aimed at providing educators with specific activities to help students develop and extend their ability to comprehend informational text structures and organization.

Opal & the Secret Code (written and illustrated by Janie Lancaster)
Opal & the Secret Code tells the true story of Opal Fleming, who grew up deaf in 1930s Oklahoma. As a child, Opal was left at the Oklahoma School for the Deaf by her father, who cared for her but had no way to communicate with her. As she watched the other students in the school, Fleming realized that they communicated using a secret code, which she later learned was American Sign Language.

Protected: Opal & the Secret Code

Opal Discussion Questions/Lesson Plans

Opal Standards

Brief History of the American School for the Deaf