Santa brings gifts to deaf children at Davila Day School in Chula Vista

CHULA VISTA (KUSI) – It’s that time of year again! The Davila Day School in Chula Vista serves the deaf and hard of hearing.

Friday morning, Santa visited all 42 students at the school and gave each one of them a gift that had been donated by SDCOE’s employees.

Santa showed up and even communicated with the students using sign language! It was a spectacular story and KUSI’s Hunter Sowards was there all morning to tell us all about the special visit from Santa.

Just before Santa gave the students their presents, Hunter spoke with Principal Heidi Lyon about what the event means to her and the students.

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