WEST MIFFLIN, PA (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - First-grader Annie Clark is one determined student who strives for perfection. Something that became evident when she won a national handwriting award from the Zaner-Bloser language arts and reading company without using hands.
Annie writes with a pencil wedged between her arms, she can cut with scissors and even paint her own toenails. Her father said she also types on a keyboard and uses an iPod Touch with no difficulties.
Annie received one of two national handwriting awards offered by the Zaner-Bloser firm and for the first time to a disabled student.
During a surprise assembly at her school Annie accepted her trophy, which stood nearly half her height, a bouquet of flowers, and $1,000.
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