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Tigers Heat Things Up at NCASB Conference

Temperatures dipped into the single digits in Nashville the week 
18 Wrestling Teamleading 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 with eight wins.
As the NCASB week-end approached, reprieve in the weather worked in conjunction 
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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 with the refreshments
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Greetings TSB Tiger Families,

It is hard to believe we are already in the second month of the new year. Time flies when you’re having fun!  January sure got off to a cold and snowy start. I appreciate everyone’s cooperation and understanding during the wintery weather. I am definitely looking forward to warmer weather as spring begins to approach.  
We have much to celebrate here at TSB already
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Greetings,

February is a short month, but it is full of activities. During Superbowl LII, we saw stories of how determination and hard work can lead to success. It is with the same idea that students should 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 will be

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 February 2018

The cold seems to be settling in here in Nashville! With the unpredictability of the winter weather and the flu bug that is going around, please be sure that all contact information is up to date in the event that we need to contact you. We will do our very best to keep your child in school; however, if winter weather threatens the saft transportation of our students, or if your child falls ill, adjustments may

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Hello from RCVI!

The Night before Christmas at the RCVI

‘Twas the night before Christmas when all through the halls,

Not a creature was stirring, but Melanie was making calls,

The equipment was hung in the equipment room with care,

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Video of the Month

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Photos of the Day

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Photos We Remember

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