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  • Employability

    Students participate in a weekly career exploration class in which they learn about a variety of careers in the community. The Employability Center program also hosted a Navigating Transitions workshop for parents.
  • Fall Festival

    In October, families came together to meet other families with young children who are visually impaired. The families shared information, made fall pictures , and enjoyed music and movement.
  • Visiting the Pumpkin Patch

    The School for the Deaf kindergarten and 1st grade students experienced language enrichment by visiting the Pumpkin Patch. Students saw how pumpkins grow, and enjoyed the many critters to pet, brush and feed.
  • White Cane Day

    "To make our people more fully aware of the meaning of the white cane and of the need for motorists to exercise special care for the blind persons who carry it Congress, by a joint resolution approved as of October 6, 1964, has authorized the President to proclaim October 15 of each year as White Cane Safety Day.” President Lyndon B. Johnson
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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140th Birthday of CSDB

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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