Blind Teen Received a Brallie Yearbook from His Classmate

RJ Sampsom is blind, but loves to go to school. Since his freshman year, it was his very wish to have a Brallie yearbook. He even asked his hall teacher when he was in his freshman year to make him a yearbook he could comprehend. But that couldn’t happen.

Yearbooks take a lot of time an effort, so making a braille one for him was an almost impossible task. Until his last year when all his teacher Leslie and classmates worked together intensely, spending almost 1500 hours on that book. It wasn’t really a braille book, but they incorporated audios instead of words for RJ to understand and finally get an yearbook he can comprehend.