School for the Blind

Welcome to the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind, School for the Blind

In the short video above, Principal Jamie Lugo introduces the program goals and objectives for staff and students in the School for the Blind.

Principal Jamie Lugo
Administrative Assistant Kathy Bristol

What Date Time Who Where
Elementary/Supported Needs Spring Program 5/9/17 2:00 p.m. Selected CSDB students, staff, and families Adams Auditorium
Board of Trustees Meeting 5/11/17 9:30 a.m. Board members and community Lions
SBG Community Service Project 5/12/17 10::00 a.m. CSDB staff and students On Campus
Mother’s Movement and Math Day Tea 5/12/17 2:00 p.m. Pre-2nd students and families On Campus
Prom 5/19/17 6:30 p.m. High school students Off Campus
High School Athletic Awards 5/23/17 6:30 p.m. Selected CSDB students and families Lions
Middle School Athletic Awards 5/24/17 6:00 p.m. Selected CSDB students and families Gottlieb 200
CSDB 5K Walk/Run 5/25/17 9:00 a.m. CSDB students and staff On Campus
School Closed 5/26/17 – 5/29/17 All Day no staff or students On Campus
MS/HS Spring Program 5/30/17 6:30 p.m. Selected CSDB students, families and staff Gottlieb 200
Senior Trips 5/30/17 – 6/1/17 All Day CSDB seniors Off Campus

Middle School/High School Language Arts

Elementary Literacy and Science

We just completed a fun unit on “Great Ideas”. In this unit we discussed how great ideas can make our lives easier, and change the way we live. We heard a story about the Wright brothers, and made our own gliders. We read about how telephones help us, and practiced making phone calls. We also came up with ideas for our own inventions.

One of the students’ favorite parts of this unit was learning about simple machines that help us every day. The students learned about inclined planes, screws, levers, wedges, wheels, and pulleys. They got to experiment with many different simple machines in the classroom. The students used materials around the room to create their own inclined plane, and levers. They did a great job working together to learn how simple machines can change the way we live.

Lever demonstration

Teacher: Julie Vinikoor


The above videos show students learning to stay on topic, listen, and take turns in a conversation. Both videos are described for the benefit of people who are blind or visually impaired and captioned for the benefit of people who are deaf or hard of hearing.