On April 19, 2016, members of the St. Augustine community and FSDB Work Program employers attended a reception in the campus café known as “The Dragon’s Lair.” Andrea Armstrong, Director of Career Development, coordinated the event with the competent assistance of several of her staff members – May Boyd, Darlene …


BAT Students Lend A Helping Hand


Students in the FSDB Building a Tradesman (BAT) Program participated in their second Habitat for Humanity build on April 13, 2016. BAT Teacher Randall Hancock supervised his cohort of attentive students as they painted, used power tools, stained window frames, moved appliances, and installed lattices under the porch of the …


Campus Financial Literacy Fair


The first-ever Financial Literacy Fair was held on Thursday April 14, 2016 in the Wilson Music Building. This was a new event on campus, to supplement the financial literacy curriculum that has been implemented for a few years. This was an interdepartmental event, and interpreters were present at every station …



Graduates from the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind were told to start packing their bags for the last time. But the final voyage entails bringing more than suitcases, said Dr. Tuck Tinsley III, the retired president of American Printing House for the Blind and a guest speaker …



The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life program is more than just an annual charity event walk. It is a global movement that showcases the progress that many teams worldwide are making together in the fight against cancer. Nearly everyone has been touched by cancer in some way. The FSDB …