Students at Sylvan Elementary School in Alamance County, North Carolina, are learning sign language to help a hearing impaired classmate feel more included, WFMY TV reports.
One of the students in Sylvan's second grade is deaf.
Jordan's teacher started a sign language class so the other kids could learn to speak his language. The class meets on Thursdays after school.
"If there's somebody who is different, they shouldn't be left out of a group just because they're different,” said fifth grader Autumn James. “They should be included."
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