Jared Kendall knew it wasn’t fair. So, he stayed. The Lubbock ISD sign language interpreter kept helping Nickolas Roman as he continued practicing for the Deaf Olympics even though Roman had already graduated from Coronado High School. I have been with him for four years and have gone the process of working with the coaches and we didn’t think it was fair to leave him cold and dry with out an interpreter he was familiar with,” Kendall said. “We didn’t want him to feel left. He is about to take this whole new world and he has gone through different interpreters before. It wouldn’t be fair to hire someone and have him go through the process right before he heads off to college (Gallaudet University).”
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