Screen shot of a virtual meeting with 5 students and two teachers dancing during an instrumental break of the song

White Cane Day Video: Can’t Stop Believin’!

White Cane Video by students at the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind

How are you celebrating White Cane Day 2020 during this age of social distancing and remote instruction?

The students at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind recording their version of the Journey song, Can’t Stop Believin’ recorded during a virtual meeting. These talented kids are rocking to the song with lyrics about their canes! 

The video is a recorded virtual meeting. Each high school student is recorded while sitting at home; only the person who is talking or singing is shown on the screen. During the last instrumental time, 5 students and two staff are shown on the screen (each in their own location) moving to the music.

Video used with permission by Jamie Lugo, Principal at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind.

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