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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 Continues

Deputy Commissioner Kathleen Airhart recently released a statement concerning the search for a Superintendent at TSB. In an email to the faculty and staff of the school, she said that the “decision has been made to re-open the search once again to a national audience.” The decision came after completing a vetting and interview process that unfortunately did not yield the desired expectations for the position. Additional, Deputy Commissioner Airhart’s
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Hi Everyone! 

Is it too early to say “Happy Spring!”? I hope I didn’t just jinx us, but here in Nashville we have been enjoying some wonderfully beautiful days! We are hopeful that the winter weather threats are behind us and that we can look forward to more sunshine!

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 great time hanging out with our volunteers and dancing the
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Dear Parents,

Well, March certainly did come in like a lion in Middle Tennessee! Hopefully, we will not have any severe weather threats anytime soon. When severe weather comes through, I can’t help but think about the power that is unleashed by nature. Nature gives us beautiful flowers, oceans, serene lakes and rivers and so many things of beauty that calm our spirits and bring peace and serenity to our beings. On the other hand, nature can also be a violent and

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Photos of the Day

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Photos We Remember

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