Insight to a Bright Future

Exposing the best opportunity and most unique learning environment for blind and 18 Video Photovisually impaired students within the state, Tennessee School for the Blind released its latest video on August 9th. Entitled “Insight to a Bright Future”, the production came at the hands of the school’s media staff over the summer. The video is a collections of “must see staff interviews” focusing on the school’s offerings and the impact they’re having on students. Superintendent David Martin provides informative details of the state’s special school, and the staff gives credence to how students are becoming contributing, participating members of society. The school has been described by visitors to the campus as one of the “state’s best hidden secrets.” Viewing this video gives you insight into the reasons why.
Released to the public on the school’s YouTube channel, a link is available from the TSB Tigers website and below. Don’t miss seeing what the excitement is about.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rwrNTLD8S4  

Predators Cheer on Tiger Goalball Teams

Just when you might believe it “fiddlesticks” for those in Music City to replace hockey sticks with goalballs, think again! Players from both sports came together on Monday October 8th to lay18 Predators Day it on the line, or maybe better put, play it across the line. Members of the Nashville Predators engaged members of the TSB Tiger Goalball teams on the school’s campus. A goal was not only reached but packed jam full of fun and mutual support. Predators Craig Smith, Kyle Turris, and Miikka Salomaki showed they were willing to take one for the cause. Along with sideline reporters Lyndsay Rowley and Kara Hammer, the Predators players actively engaged the TSB teams in several exhibition games. As when learning any new game there are surprises. When a large hard ballcomes whizzing towards you and you don’t have

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Tiger Growls Again Boost Wrestlers to Top of NCASB

With loud cheers and the spirit of the Tiger the TSB wrestling team again finds itself atop the North Central Association of Schools for the Blind (NCASB). Celebrating continues as the2019 Wrestlers and Cheerleaders defending champions bring home the gold again. 

The journey for TSB’s cheerleading and wrestling teams began in October with practices and scrimmages. Adding excitement to the beginning of the season, the Tigers hosted the 2nd Annual Frank Alexander Wrestling Invitational on December 1st. Eighteen teams from across the region and other states saw 123 wrestlers engage in the day long meet. 

With support from the cheerleaders, the wrestlers continued their journey with 13 events against private and public schools. January 25th found the teams traveling north to the NCASB Conference Championships in Illinois. Their sendoff on 

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Greetings TSB Families,

It is hard to believe we are already in full swing for the 2nd semester. It seems like only yesterday we were starting the school year. It is a very busy time at TSB and our students are working hard in their classes. As I walk the halls, I am impressed everyday by the work your children are doing and by the dedication
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February is a short month, but it is full of activities. We encourage students to work to be their best selves as we enter the second semester and maintain momentum for a successful end to this school year. Report cards and progress reports for the first semester were mailed home on Friday, January 25.
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February 2019 

The cold seems to be settling in here in Nashville! Along with the cold comes the potential for inclement weather across our state. At registration all residential families signed a document that outlines our school policies in the event that adjustments need to be made to charter bus schedules. It is very likely that we will 
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Washington State School for the Blind Team Visits TSB

A delegation en route to the APH Annual Meeting from the Washington State School for the Blind visited TSB on October 2, 2018, toured our school and sat down with Dr. Martin and Dr. Segers. They discussed services at both schools, collaboration and sharing ideas. We were grateful to have this
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