CHHS ASL Club

    We meet every Friday during A Lunch in Room 303 beginning October 5th, 2018.

    The purpose of the ASL Club is:

    1. to use ASL skills in a variety of ways, and
    2. to provide a friendly environment to practice American Sign Language.
    3. to provide safe and fun opportunities for students to apply the language skills they learn for real conversations.

    ASL is a visual/manual language. It is not "English on the hands." Many people think that ASL is the same as English. However, ASL has its own grammar and linguistic structure.

    The ASL Club at CHHS attempts to teach students the language of ASL and deaf culture.


    If you would like to join us, please contact an ASL Club Officer:

    President: Sarah Putney

    Vice President: Grace Graham

    Membership Chair: Noah Justice

    Secretary: Alhana Haney




    The ASL CLUB had a contest with the Art Dept students. The winner who has the best design for our t-shirt will win a shirt. Congratulations to our winner Kirsten Barfield!

    ASL Art Winner  From left to right: Mr. Brown, Kirsten Barfield, Dakota Underwood, and Samuel Thorpe




    If you have any questions, please contact the following Sponsors:

    Ms. Underwood: carolynunderwood@johnston.k12.nc.us

    Ms. Larrison: sandrayeager@johnston.k12.nc.us


    **For more information about when the American Sign Language Club meets, please see the calendar here.