Making Sure Kids See Well

Aug 21, 2018

A Missouri State University service-learning student screens a child's eyes with the Spot camera.

The Missouri State University Vision Screening Program provides free vision screenings to the community. Since 2013, it has screened more than 35,000 children and adults across southwest Missouri.

This August, just in time for National Children’s Vision and Learning Month, the program will expand its impact into central Missouri – starting with Lebanon. 

Dr. Kathy Nordyke, MSU academic service-learning director, and Dr. Sheila Moore, Lebanon R3 School District early childhood director, highlight this new development.

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To find out more, contact Nordyke at 417-836-5774.