News & Announcements

Distance Learning in effect through February 5th

Due to identified COVID-19 infections, the school will implement its Continuous Learning Plan (CLP) and students will transition to remote learning on Tuesday, January 26th through Friday, February 5th. Residential students will be bused home on Tuesday, January 26th. Please see the letter below from TSB superintendent Dr. David Martin for important information regarding this decision.

Remote learning extended through Thursday, January 14th

Remote learning extended through Thursday, January 14th. Virtual Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on Friday, January 15th. School is closed for MLK holiday on Monday, January 18th. Busing for residential students will be Monday, January 18th and in-person learning will resume on Tuesday, January 19th. For more information, please see the attached letter from TSB Superintendent Dr. David Martin.

Lions Day 2020

Today marks the 63 years of the Lions Clubs celebrating the holidays at Tennessee School for the Blind. We encourage you to celebrate the season by enjoying our annual Lions Day Program, virtually at 10:00 am, as they present our children with gifts! Watch at the link below:

TSB to extend remote learning through the end of the year

Due to the significant number of COVID cases statewide and its impact on school operations, TSB will be extending remote learning and implementation of its CLP through December 18th. In-person instruction will resume January 5, 2021. A letter has been mailed and sent home electronically. Please see the attached letter for a digital version of this letter.

Distance Learning in effect until November 20th

Following the discovery of a case of COVID-19 on campus, the decision has been made to move to distance learning through November 20th. School will be in recess from November 23rd-27th for the Thanksgiving holiday. This means that students will return to school on Monday, November 30th (Sunday, November 29th for residential students). Please see the attached letter from TSB Superintendent Dr. David Martin for more information regarding this decision.
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