Wilson, N.C. - It’s a time for celebration for an important school here in the East. The state had plans to potentially shut down the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf, but the community has helped change their minds. It’s the news they have been waiting for.
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The school will stay open. “It’s good for the socialization for our kids to communicate more to develop their language and learn more,” explained Leigh Thorpe. Her two sons are just two of the students who will call ENCSD home... Read more: http://www2.wnct.com/news/2012/aug/16/community-helps-save-enc-school-deaf-ar-2526170/