FSDB Boys Basketball team 2018

FSDB Wins Mason-Dixon Tourney


Second seeded Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind won the 66th annual Mason-Dixon Boys Basketball Tournament hosted by Alabama School for the Deaf in Talladega. The Dragons defeated host Alabama in Saturday’s championship game, 55-46, to win the Mason Dixon title for the sixth time. The last time …  


Loss Of Sight Doesn’t Deter UNF Swimmer


There are some things Ross Minor really wishes he could see again, 11 years after being left blind when his father put a gun to Minor’s head and fired. The sky, at night. All those stars … The graphics on the new video games he plays. How could they be …  


FSDB senior Samy Vital runs the football during an Aug. 9 practice.

Positive Attitude No.1


T.E.A.M has been an acronym bandied so long the cliché could probably collect Social Security checks. While that is the motto for the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind football program, second-year head coach Christian DeNight has a different definition. DeNight wants the Dragons to be Tough-minded; Earn …  


FSDB President Dr. Jeanne Glidden Prickett

Greetings from the FSDB President


Welcome back!  This summer is coming to a close and we at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (FSDB) are all busy preparing to welcome new and returning students and their families for the start of the 2017-2018 school year. View ASL Translation of Greetings from the FSDB President. …  


FSDB sophomore Jackson Gilreath beaming with pride wearing his silver medal in the Class 1A Adaptive shot put

There is hardly an offseason at small schools. Many of the same students who play football or volleyball in the fall come inside during the wintertime and play basketball. Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind senior Megan Lockner may have been the best example of that. She was …