2018 Cane Quest


The Fourth Annual Indiana Regional Cane Quest, a fun, annual orientation and mobility contest through the Braille Institute of America, was held at the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired on Sunday, February 4, 2018, following the state regional Braille Challenge. Cane Quest is open to eligible blind and visually impaired youth in grades 3-12 and is a great way for O&M Specialists and parents to motivate students to sharpen their skills. Grade categories included: Scouts (grades 3-8) and Trailblazers (grades 9-12). Cane Quest is not a race, but more of a rally. Contestants were given auditory instructions and earned points to represent their success during the event.

Congratulations to all of our participants and this year’s Cane Quest winners

CANE QUEST

Trailblazers

1st Place: Taengkwa Sturgell
2nd Place: Marie Villenada

Scouts

1st Place: Aliya Gates
2nd Place: Trenton Wheatley

Congratulations to all of our participants for a job well done!

For more information on the Braille Institute’s Braille Challenge and Cane Quest, visit http://www.brailleinstitute.org/cane-quest-home.html.

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