Thursday, December 17, 2009

Kennedy Directing Her School Sign Language Club Signing Rudolph

Today was the holiday show at Kennedy's school. Each Monday, she and her interpreter run a noon hour sign language club. They had been practicing the song, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and performed it today. It's a great video but since Kennedy is directing, we mostly just see the back of her! They did a fabulous show and I'm so proud of all of them. Way to go!

7 comments:

sandra said...

Job well done Kennedy.Not only have you become a great actress you have also become a great director.Merry Christmas to you and all your family.

Brady Patrick Antaya said...

Kennedy, that was fabulous! What a great group you have going there!

Cynthia

Crystal M. said...

She is so AWESOME!!! We love you Kennedy and love all you do to get CHARGE Syndrome and Deafness out there to the world. I know you are going to keep doing great things in thise world and you will go far.
Hugs,
Crystal and Eva

Amy Elizabeth said...

What a lovely video!

Catherine said...

Hello and popping by to say happy holidays. Great video as always a great inspiration. With love, Catherine and the boys x

Amélie said...

super talented Miss Kennedy you never cease to amaze us all !!!!

Happy Christmas to you all and a healthy & peaceful New Year love the Channies xxxx

valo31 said...

Awesome job Kennedy! This is my first time on your blog site, and I just have to say, you are very talented and such an inspiration! I know you are going to do great things in your life! :)
I will go ahead and introuduce myself. My name is Valerie and I am a college student at Wichita State University. I am doing research on CHARGE syndrome for my Genetics class. Before I returned to school, I worked as a sign language interpreter in the schools. During that time, other interpreters, our deaf students, and myself taught 30 min. sign language classes once a week to students in grades 1-5, and in highschool. I think I read on one of your other blogs about how you teach a signlanguage class once a week for an hour. Wow! I think that is so awesome that they allow you to teach for that amount of time! I'm sure you have many classmates that can sign very well! :)
I know a 14 year old girl with CHARGE who comes to the Deaf/Hard of Hearing camp I volunteer at every summer. I have also done some interpeting for her as a student. She is actually almost fully deaf and doesn't speak at all. She relies fully on sign language. I am going to share your blog site with her and her mom.
Keep up the good work, Kennedy! You are doing an AMAZING job! :)