Another school of the Deaf was facing the chopping block as the state is considering a proposal to close its doors after auditors became concern over the school's skyrocketing utility bills, forcing it to cut vital vocational programs such as cotton-weaving and linotyping classes. A team of investigators were send to the campus to find the underlying causes, and it was discovered that Deaf children has a habit of not closing the doors when they go out to play, wasting energy like money going down the drain. A committee is now revising its curriculum to include energy conservation. Deaf children will be taught to taught to close the doors, turn off the lights in an effort to improve the school's financial situation. The Governor vetoed the bill and corporations stepped in to support the Deaf school, updating its facilities and educational programs.
Keep our Deaf schools open, close the doors!

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