Tigers Heat Things Up at NCASB Conference

2018 TSB Wrestling TeamTemperatures dipped into the single digits in Nashville the week leading to the 2018 NCASB Wrestling and Cheer Conference. It must have been Ole Man Winter’s way of letting the TSB Tigers know just what they needed to overcome in order to turn up the heat and burn up the mats at the Wisconsin School for the Blind. In preparation for the trip into the snowy north country, the coaches had to practice with squads reduced in size due to weather -related closures of area school districts. With wrestling meets also canceled, the Tigers were fortunate to have gained experience the previous weekend in travel to Alabama’s School for the Blind. During Alabama’s homecoming tournament, the Tigers walked away
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Souper Bowls Bring Super Benefits

The 8th annual Souper Bowls reception featuring theStudents viewing their bowls ceramic creations of Tennessee School for the Blind art students, was held on January 31st. The location for the evening event was the gallery at Clay Lady’s Studio and Artist Coop/ Midsouth Ceramics (1416 Lebanon Pk, Nashville, TN).
Eleven students in all from Monica Leister’s art classes created ceramic soup bowls for display. The students were able to express their creativity and skills thanks to a funding grant from Friends of TSB. The “Friends” generosity provided the clay and products, along
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TSB Celebrates African Americans in Times of War

During the month of February, students at  Tennessee School forStudents celebrate in dance and song the Blind turned their attention to achievements within the African-American community. In celebrating Black History Month, the focus centered on the sacrifices, resolve, and accomplishment of the men, women, and families during times when our nation has been at war. Each year, a theme is chosen for the month by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). The non-profit organization, begun by Carter Woodson in Chicago, Il. during the early 1900s, promotes, researches, interprets, and disseminates information about Black life, history, and culture. 
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Greetings TSB Tiger Families,

Spring is just around the corner, and things are as busy as ever here at TSB. Our students are fully engaged in their classes and the staff is working diligently as we head into the home stretch of the school year. Before we know it, Spring Break will be upon us, and it will be time for state testing. There are a couple of updates I would like to provide as we inch closer to the end of the school year.
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Greetings All,

March marks the change from winter to spring on March 20th and the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th. Americans honor St. Patrick’s Day as a celebration of Irish heritage and culture.
Our annual Braille and Academic Challenge was held on March 1st. Each year, our students showcase their braille skills and knowledge in subject areas such as English,
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Photo of Michelle Cormier with a cottage in the background

Happy Spring! 

Hopefully, we will start to see warmer days and more sunshine in the weeks ahead! The coming of spring, brings a lot of exciting activities to TSB, so be sure to be checking the newsletters and website for updated information!
February was a fun-filled month, with our annual visit from the ladies of Delta Gamma for our Valentine’s Day Dance! The students had a 
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Resource Center Dr. Kathy Segers

TN RCVI is Going High-Tech!

The Tennessee Resource Center for the Visually Impaired (TN RCVI) is using the KLAS database to conduct the annual registration of students who are legally blind for the American Printing House for the Blind (APH).  Funds can be used by local school districts including TSB to order materials for students who are registered from APH through the TN RCVI.  This year, we had to obtain parent permission in 
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