INSIGHT CAMP HELD ON MSU CAMPUS
Morehead State welcomed 21 Kentucky School for the Blind students to campus June 4-11 for the annual INSIGHT camp.
INSIGHT is a collaboration between MSU, Kentucky Office for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB), Kentucky Education Development Corporation (KEDC), and the KSB Charitable Foundation. The program is in its 15th year at MSU. The program is offered to students who have completed the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade and gives them a real-world college experience, including living in a residence hall, attending academic classes, and practicing orientation and mobility skills in a campus environment.
Students who attended the camp were:
- Jacob Adams, Whitesburg
- Eric Echeverria, Louisville
- Mickie Foard, Louisville
- Hafsa Furrukh, Louisville
- Fatima Gonzales, Louisville
- Brooklyn Harris, Ashland
- Elliott Harris, Owensboro
- London Henry, Louisville
- Abby Hitzelberger, Louisville
- Lacy Ann Howard, Newport
- DJ Johnson, Vanceburg
- TaMyah Jordan, Frankfort
- Muhammad Khan, Louisville
- Jordan Leslie, Louisville
- Jaiya McCargo, Lexington
- Jontae Moore, Louisville
- Wyatt Neurendorf, Hardinsburg
- Brandon Rister, Garrison
- Gracie Smith, Radcliff
- Astrondia Theus, Elizabethtown
- Naomi Williams, Elizabethtown
For more information about INSIGHT, visit www.ksb.kyschools.us/Content/30.
To learn more about Disability Services at MSU, visit www.moreheadstate.edu/disability. PHOTO CAPTION: Front row, left to right: Gracie Smith, Astrondia Theus, Lacy Ann Howard, Hafsa Furrukh, Brandon Rister, Jacob Adams, Mickie Foard, and Elliott Harris.
Middle row, left to right: Fatima Gonzalez, Brooklyn Harris, TaMyah Jordan, Abby Hitzelberger, Jaiya McCargo, Naomi Williams, Eric Echeverria, and DJ Johnson.
Back row, left to right: Jordan Leslie, London Henry, Jontae Moore, and Muhammad Khan.