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THE KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

The right help, at the right time, in the right location for students with visual impairments.

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Expanded Core on the Road: Celebrate Access! (Wichita)
February 29, 2024 12:00 am

End of Third Quarter
March 7, 2024 12:00 am

Early Dismissal – Parent/Teacher Conferences
March 7, 2024 2:00 pm

No Students – Teacher Work Day
March 8, 2024 12:00 am

No School – Spring Break
March 11, 2024 12:00 am

Blind Sports & More – Western KS
March 27, 2024 9:30 am

No School – Easter
April 1, 2024 12:00 am

Cerebral Visual Impairments: Meeting Learning Needs Together
April 4, 2024 8:30 am

Blind Soccer Pitch & Track Ribbon Cutting
April 5, 2024 2:00 pm

Spring Trailblazers Weekend
April 5, 2024 4:00 pm

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT KSSB

Anybody else feeling those Spring vibes? 🌱🌷🌞🌼🍀 The Brailled Bean coffee is a good combination for any season.Need a reup? Order online! kssb-makes.square.site/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Had a great trip to KCI for the KC Air Travel Experience. Thanks to Kansas City International Airport for accommodating our group size and allowing us extra time to explore! ... See MoreSee Less
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This week was National School Resource Officer day on Thursday. We’d like to honor KSSB’s campus SRO, Officer Mitchell. You are such an important part of keeping our community safe. We appreciate you! Kansas City Kansas Police Department - KCKPDImage: Officer Mitchell smiles at the camera holding an embroidered shirt with KSSB logo and the words “Off Mitchell” underneath in the library ... See MoreSee Less
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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: We are seeking a passionate and dedicated TSVI to join our team and provide exceptional instruction to our students who are blind and visually impaired. You will play a pivotal role in shaping their academic journey by delivering engaging and accessible core content area lessons while addressing their unique needs and promoting independence. This position will develop and implement individualized education plans (IEPs) in collaboration with teachers, specialists, and families and deliver differentiated instructionacross various core content areas (e.g., math, science, language arts, social studies) adapted to meet the needs of visually impaired students.The Teacher on the campus of the Kansas School for the Blind (KSSB) will plan and implement content curriculum and activities for students with a visual impairment, grades 7-12. Learn more and apply at kssb.net/employment/Image: 2 students walk together on a sidewalk outside of an orange brick building that has the a white welcome sign and blue metallic sign that says "Johnson" on the front. ... See MoreSee Less
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Request for Services

When the time is right for your child or family member, we will be here to find the right programs and personalized support options.

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Get Involved

You can make a difference for students who are blind or visually impaired, by helping create innovative educational opportunities to enrich the lives of our students.

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Interested in TSVI/COMS?

The Kansas TSVI/COMS Preparation and Mentorship Project supports the training of educators to become TSVIs and/or COMSs.

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Join One of Our Events

KSSB hosts events for students, families, and professionals throughout Kansas, such as the Vision Symposium and Family Forum.

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KSSB’s Online Courses

KSSB offers several online classes with a certified content area teacher who is also a Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments.

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KanLovKids, LVCC

Low vision collaboration clinics are a functional and multidisciplinary approach, meeting the visual needs of children from ages birth through 21 who reside in Kansas.

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