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Photo collage of TSBVI, happy students on a bus and our all-abilities playground.

Photo collage of TSBVI, happy students on a bus and our all-abilities playground.


Students learned to prepare food, take orders and make deliveries this summer.


TSBVI students singing and playing guitar during the TSBVI School of Rock.


Students learn the importance of knowing braille and reading often.


TSBVI has some of the best teachers in the world! In this photo, a teacher smiles with a student as they practice hand signing.


Students have access to the tools and technology they will need to learn and grow.


Winter 2009 Table of Contents
Versión Español de este artículo (Spanish Version)

By Lauren Newton, Principal, TSBVI Special Programs

Abstract: Information on 2009 TSBVI Summer School sessions is available online.

Key Words:  News & Views, TSBVI, Summer programs

 

Applications for Summer School 2009 at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired are due on February 14. Programs are available for students ages 6–22—including Life Skills programs, Functional Academic programs, Academic programs, and Work Programs. For a detailed description of our programs, go to: .