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[UPDATE] SCHOOL CLOSURE AND MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

In response to the continuing COVID-19 outbreak, Governor Lee has advised all schools including TSB to be closed. Following this guidance, TSB will be closed and all classes canceled through Friday, April 24th, 2020. Currently, residential students will be bussed back to campus on Sunday, April 26th and classes will resume Monday, April 27th. Please see the PDF files below for more important information regarding this evolving situation.
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TSB Summer Camp 2020 Enrollment Now Open

Enrollment for TSB's Summer Camp 2020 is now open. Below you will find the necessary documents to enroll your camper. There are additional forms to complete this year but they are necessary to ensure your child’s needs are met while they are with us.
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TSB Work-Based Learning Students in Video

Recently, the Tennessee Disability Coalition began a new initiative entitled "Tennessee Businesses for the Better." TSB Student working at Donelson Cafe getting photo takenThe goal of the program is to break down stereotype barriers about hiring people with disabilities. They seek to spread awareness in general about the great benefits of disability employment. By removing any barriers and spreading awareness about the positive aspects of a disability work force, business owners will be encouraged to take the next step towards inclusivity. As part of the initiative, Hannah Vickery was assigned the task of producing a video depicting the scope of work, usefulness, and benefits gained. Hannah decided to begin her video by highlighting businesses within the state that already recognize these benefits and currently do a great job in this area.
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Camps in Rear View Mirror

Thanks to generous donations from the Lions Club, Tennessee School for the Blind continued its tradition19 Summer Camp Group Photo of hosting three weeks of summer camp in 2019. The camps were held during the month of June. The school has altered the lives of hundreds of blind and visually impaired students from across the state through its summer enrichment programs. The camps have been held each summer on the school’s campus for several decades.
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