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Braille Challenge

Every year, each state host the Braille Challenge where students who are visually impaired or blind compete with each other across the state. Braille Challenge is the only academic competition of its kind for students who are visually impaired or blind. Any student who can read and write braille in grades 1-12 are eligible to participate. The winner gets to go to California in the summer to compete in the National Braille Challenge.  

 

 

Meet Louisiana Braille Challenge


Narjis Karimipour

 

2021 Winner


 

 

 

Apprentice 1 

1st place: Narjis Kaimipour

2nd Place: Andrew Faulk

 

Apprentice II 

1st Place: Oluwamayouwa Arogundade

2nd Place: Jacob LaBove

Sophomore

1st Place Jameyin Smith

2nd Place Augusta Passion

3rd Place Troy Mosby

 

Junior Varsity

1st Place: Alexis Funk

2nd Place: Brianna Frickey

3rd Place: Jordan Young

Varsity

1st Place: Donavan Chasson

2nd Place: Lindsay Adair

3rd Place: Abby White

Meet the Past Winners


Briauna

2020 & 2019 Winner

Donovan

2018, 2016, & 2015 Winner

Chole

2017 Winner

2021 Talent Show


Missed the talent show? Do not worry, you can watch them by clicking  on the student:  

 

Allonah                  

Jordan

Niala

Prizes for Winners 

Participants

Goody Bags

sponsored by Braille Institute

Includes: 

Tote Bag

Wrist band

Mask

Water Bottle

UNO Cards

Lanyard

 

 Permission Slip 

After filling out the permission slip, make sure to email it to Robin King

Permission Slip

Proctor Handbook

More information on proctoring the event.

Handbook

Braille Institute

To get more information on the National Braille Challenge, visit the Braille Institute website. 

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