School officials in the North Kansas City district gave Dakota Nafzinger, an 8-year-old blind boy whose cane was taken away by a school bus driver, a foam swimming pool “noodle” to help guide his steps.
School officials in the North Kansas City district gave Dakota Nafzinger, an 8-year-old blind boy whose cane was taken away by a school bus driver, a foam swimming pool “noodle” to help guide his steps.
School officials in the North Kansas City district gave Dakota Nafzinger, an 8-year-old blind boy whose cane was taken away by a school bus driver, a foam swimming pool “noodle” to help guide his steps.

North Kansas City School District apologizes for taking blind boy’s cane

December 18, 2014 2:45 PM

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