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TSB Students Take Over Town

The reports read like something from the future… but it’s happening now! JABiztown group photo of TSB studentsTaMyah Jordan, Parker Delph and KeAunte Smith have all become company Chief Executive Officers (CEO)! Savannah Eubanks, Lee Smith and Brian Rock are performing the tasks of Chief Financial Officers (CFO). Can you believe it, and list goes on and on!

These “hands on” opportunities afforded the students, came as part of Junior Achievements JA BizTown program. JA BizTown as described on their website is: a community unlike any other; one where kids take charge by

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Students Encourage Troops

Student who wrote letters pose for photo with school in backgroundThere’s not much that can ignite a pocket of warmth in one’s heart when unable to be home for the holidays. Yet one thing capable of stirring up the fire is to receive a heart felt note or letter from someone expressing gratitude. Through the collaboration efforts of Mr. Lockhart and Ms. Murtagh, the high school English students composed beautiful and compelling letters to our military men and women stationed in Guantanamo, Cuba.

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Students Have Fun Slip Sliding Away

Isn’t it exciting to do things out of the ordinary? It’s especially fun when it’s Students pause for photos at ski lodgesomething you’ve never done before, and something that pushes the limits of what you’ve ever thought you could. Seniors at Tennessee School for the Blind recently returned from just such an experience. The Seniors have had fun slipping, sliding, and traveling down ski slopes far away from Nashville. Six students and three chaperones participate in TSB’s senior ski trip with Challenge Aspen.

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Superintendent Search Ends

Dr. David Martin has been named the new superintendent at TSB. The mid-day announcement came from Commissioner Candice McQueen's office on Monday April 24th. The commissioner stated that "As a seasoned school leader with expierance in effectively developing educators, we firmly believe Dr. Martin will support the talented educators at TSB through a spirit of collaboration and service to visually impaired students across the state." His offical role begins on June 1.

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Dear TSB Families:

Spring has sprung! TSB is buzzing with activity this month as we bring the 2016-17 school year to a close. See the calendar page of this newsletter for a listing of the activities. With all of the extra activities going on, awards day, field day, prom, graduation, etc., it is very easy for our students to “let up” on their school work.  However, grades in May are just as important as grades the rest of the year. Please discuss with your child the importance on continuing to do their school work and to do it well.
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Hi Everyone! 

With one month of school year left we are busier than ever! The Easter Egg Hunt was a blast for our younger students, and we owe a huge THANK YOU to the older students who came out to lend a hand to help the little ones find eggs! The young cottages also enjoyed an evening of flying kites with the ladies from Delta Gamma! We are all taking full advantage of this wonderful weather as we head towards the summer!  May 11th will be a busy day as we get our juniors and seniors ready for Prom!
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Photos We Remember

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