Recently, Matador alumni were able to give back to the community in a powerful way - former students of Bolsa Grande High School Visual -Impairment Program selected for Focus Group to help the community become more accessible to people with disabilities.When the city of Garden Grove reached out to GGUSD for assistance from visually-impaired volunteers for help with accessibility and ADA compliance, former Matadors were eager to help. Ms. Pam Rush, Teacher of the Visually Impaired here at BGHS, arranged for alum students Ngan Hua and Adrian Vazquez to participate in a focus group designed to reconstruct a city website that will far exceed ADA compliance and greatly strengthen services provided to the community.When the Garden Grove community needed help, our graduates were at the ready. At the February 13th meeting at Village Green Park, our alumni were able to provide constructive feedback and concrete solutions on how to improve accessibility for individuals with visual impairment. Technologies discussed included a talking “screen reader” program that a person with visual-impairment can use to access computers without a mouse, and the use of smartphones or mobile devices to provide accessibility to the Garden Grove City website. Our two former Bolsa Grande students will be continuing to meet and assist with the Garden Grove City focus group into the summer of 2018.