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  • School for the Blind History project

    As part of a unit on “Migrations to the United States: The impact on its people and places”, middle school students, in the School for the Blind, watched the film “Lost Boys of Sudan”. Students were asked to relate the terms we have been studying to the movie.
  • FCEE Hosts Family Workshops

    The Family-Centered Early Education (FCEE) program began hosting family workshops this year, during the new Friday workshop schedule. Once or twice a month, parents and families of pre-school through second grade students, who are deaf/hard of hearing, are invited to campus for educational activities.
  • School for the Deaf – systems activity

    Middle school students, in the School for the Deaf, have just begun a project-based learning (PBL) activity on systems. The students will identify and analyze systems that they encounter every day.
Low. Vision. Readers. A brief description about the history of the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
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...Learning, Thriving, Leading

The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) is a state-funded school within the Colorado Department of Education. The school was established for the purpose of providing comprehensive educational services for children, birth to age 21, who are blind/low vision and/or deaf/hard of hearing. Services are provided directly to students enrolled at the school, and outreach programs serve students, staff, and families in communities throughout Colorado.


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Becoming a Partner can be one of the most rewarding choices your company can make. Featured partners with CSDB: Nob Hill Lions Club, Colorado Center for the Blind and Pikes Peak Workforce Center. Learn how these three agencies are positively impacting students at CSDB.
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Did You Know…

Colorado was still a territory when "The Colorado Institute for the Education of Mutes" was founded by Jonathan R. Kennedy in 1874. In 1893, the school was renamed the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind. Today, CSDB serves more than 500 students on campus and statewide.

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