Can you hear me now?

Elementary school students get a hearing test at Delaware Valley


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  • Jean-Luc Trumbull waiting and Oliver Toro are screened by Mrs. Caroline Lehman (Photo by Peg Snure)




  • Mrs. Nan Croll (in back) screens students (from left): Blayden Kelly, Jeegan Decker, Kylie Goulette, and Maeve McGoey (Photo by Peg Snure)




MILFORD — Students in grades Kindergarten through third grade in Delaware Valley Elementary School received their hearing screenings by speech therapists Nan Croll, Amy DeVrieze, Amanda Holtzer, Caroline Lehman, and Lauren Lockwood from the Delaware Valley School District.

These state-mandated hearing assessments are provided annually to students in kindergarten through third grade, seventh grade, and eleventh grade.



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