Keith, Young, FSDB PE Teacher and First Coast News Teacher of the Week

Keith Young: Teacher of the Week


It is Wednesday, so that means it is time for our Teacher of the Week! This week it is Keith Young at the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. He is also its Teacher of the Year! Mr. Young is their physical education teacher, he says working at the …  


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On Friday, March 23, 2018, FSDB will hold its First Annual Safety Summit.  This campus-wide safety education fair will have stations featuring 15+ participating city, county, and community safety agencies. Students and their teachers from the FSDB Blind and Deaf Departments, organized by grade and class, will visit each of the …  


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FSDB Observes Severe Weather Awareness Week


On January 24, 2018, FSDB will carry out a campus-wide tornado drill. This is in line with various emergency preparedness efforts that the school undergoes throughout the year. FSDB will observe Severe Weather Awareness Week during January 22-26, 2018 which has three key goals: to increase knowledge of potential weather …  


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Eyes Alive! Releases Nursery Rhymes


The FSDB Eyes Alive! Deaf Elementary Performing Arts Troupe is pleased to announce that their latest production, “Nursery Rhymes in American Sign Language” is now available to watch online. Nursery rhymes are important for young children because they help language skills development. Both rhyme and rhythm help kids see and hear the sounds and …  


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Weekly Math Challenge Aims For Fluency


In November 2017, FSDB students learned of a new mathematics skills challenge coordinated by Math Specialists BJ Mayo, Sue Clark, and Mark Largent.  Each week, students visit the Math Challenge website and select the “Problem of the Week” (POW) they want to solve. Student solution videos will be posted on …