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Brianna Marie Brennan Graduates from the Oklahoma School for the Blind

Wednesday, May 02, 2018

Muskogee, Okla. — Muskogee native, Brianna Marie Brennan, will graduate from the Oklahoma School for the Blind on May 16. The commencement ceremony will be at noon in the OSB auditorium, at 3300 Gibson Street, Muskogee.

Brennan enrolled at OSB in the 8th grade. She attended Indian Capital Technology Center in the 11th grade for the first year in Culinary Arts.  After graduation, she plans on finishing the second year of the Culinary Arts program at ICTC. Brennan ultimate plans are to have her own bakery in the future with a partner. She also plans to be a youth minister.

During her time at OSB, Bennan  participated in Cheerleading, Running Club, Academic Team, Girl Scouts, 4-H, Running Club, FCCLA, Ukulele Club and Teens for Christ.

This year’s graduating class includes Brittany Marie Bales of Muskogee, Julie Bookout of Broken Arrow, Brianna Marie Brennan of Muskogee, Holly E. Felkins of Collinsville, Sara Michelle Graber of Haskell, Gunner Levi  Harris of Sallisaw, Cameron Blake Hughes of Broken Bow, Jake E. Marsh of Fairfax, Joseph Michael Anthony Owens of Broken Arrow, Kinzie Elizabeth Peters of Ponca City, Jonathon Blayne Phelps of Valliant, Thomas Dean Raines of Tahlequah, Lorenzo Alberto Rodriguez of Sapulpa, Halle Miree Stout of Oklahoma City and Shaylin Wells of Sapulpa.

“I am so proud of the 2018 OSB graduates.  It is my hope that they will use the skills and education they have received at OSB to become independent, productive citizens.  We share some incredible memories with all of these graduates and wish them the very best as they begin the next chapter of their lives,” Rita Echelle, OSB superintendent, said.

OSB is a division of the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS), a state agency which assists Oklahomans with disabilities through vocational rehabilitation, education, employment, independent living programs and the determination of medical eligibility for disability benefits.

OSB was founded in 1897 at Fort Gibson as a private school for children who are blind or visually impaired.  Over the past 100 years, the school has provided education programs at no charge for thousands of students with visual disabilities, from students who attend school on campus to those served through outreach programs for families, public school teachers and communities statewide.

Brianna Marie Brennan
For more information contact

Dana Tallon, Communications Manager
405-568-1404

Last Modified on Jan 28, 2021
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