KSSB is a network of services
Field Services: This office stations regional specialists around the state to facilitate community of practice meetings, provide technical assistance & professional development and offer assessment services. See more information see the Field Services section of this web site.
Early Childhood: KSSB offers on campus services for children ages 3-6 who are blind, have a visual impairment or who are deaf-blind. In addition, early child hood specialists work out of the Field Services office to provide technical assistance and family support. To gain more information about this service see the Early Education Services.
Extended Campus: KSSB maintains student residences so that students living beyond daily commuting range may access the school’s educational program through the Extended Day program. To learn more about the residences read through the information about the Extended Day Services.
Transition: Resources and direct services to address the transition needs are critical to improved outcomes for students who are blind or are visually impaired. See the Transition services page to learn more about KSSB Transition Services.
Assistive Technology: KSSB provides opportunities to engage in technology. To learn more about these resources go to the following pages: Assistive Technology information, STEAM activities and an upcoming KSSB online course for high school students in Computer Science.
Technical Assistance: One goal of KSSB is to expand outreach to the state and to offer technical assistance to schools who services students who are blind or who have a visual impairment. One-way technical assistance is provided is through sharing information. Resource and information pages that may be of interest can be viewed on these links to the Administrator Resource and Educator Resource pages.