Tuesday, Oct. 16, noon to 1 p.m.
Students using LLCC Accessibility Services present with a tremendous variance of abilities and challenges in the academic setting. The role of LLCC Accessibility Services is to provide accommodations and supports that allow equal access to course content, course expectations and the classroom environment. In this session, we will present an overview of types of disabilities, accommodations and helpful classroom strategies, with a specific emphasis on hearing and visual impairment.
LLCC-Jacksonville’s Traveling Theatre is preparing the final show of the semester! “Breakin’ Through and Bleedin’ Blue, the story of Triopia” will be performed at Arenzville Methodist Church on Wednesday, June 1 and at the Chapin Christian Church on Thursday, June 2. The performances begin at 7 p.m. $10 tickets are available by calling the Triopia school office at 457-2281. A free-will donation dinner prior to the shows at 6 p.m.
The 2016 class has done 24 performances for audiences that have totaled in the thousands. Last fall, they toured 16 different elementary schools with their “Super Hero“ play and two weeks ago, they performed “A Road Trip Through Time” for two nights of sold-out audiences in Jacksonville. In addition, these actors have worked with Triopia’s fourth grade class and Trinity Lutheran classes, guiding them through instruction in improvisational theatre.