Beeping Easter Egg hunt caters to visually-impaired students

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The wet weather didn't stop an annual Easter egg hunt for Dallas ISD students.

The hunt is unique because it was specially designed for children who are sight impaired.

More than 100 children took part in Thursday’s Beeping Easter Egg Hunt. They've been having the unique Easter egg hunt for the past 19 years.

“What we do is when we hide the eggs, we turn on a sensor,” said volunteer Monica Jackson. “And the kids will hear the sensor and that will draw them to the eggs.”

The event included other family activities, such as face painting, games, food, prizes and more. Dallas firefighters were also on hand.

This was the first time the event had to be moved inside because of weather.