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MEXICO – Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation student Cassandra Remington received a certificate of recognition and a bed-vibrating alarm clock from CiTi Exceptional Education Supervisor Michele Alagna.
Cassandra Remington, right, and Michele Alagna.
Remington was awarded the prize after she wrote a letter describing why she needed the alarm clock.
Several of CiTi’s deaf/hard of hearing students utilize a bed-vibrating alarm clock to help them remain independent with daily tasks.
The alarm clock was donated by the Oswego Elks Lodge.