FSDB Board of Trustees group picture.

The FSDB Board of Trustees will hold its workshop from 9:00 to 10:30 am and its first official meeting of the 2018-2019 school year from 1:30 pm until the conclusion of business on Friday, August 17, 2018. The workshop and meeting will be held in Moore Hall in the Center for Learning and …  


Las Adelfas members help project with FSDB Garden Center Teacher Jennifer Henningsen Palmer.

Last spring, for the second year in a row, the women from the Las Adelfas Garden Circle of the St. Augustine Garden Club assisted students in horticulture classes at FSDB complete a project aimed at campus beautification efforts. Las Adelfas member Cindy Nixon-Witt organized the project; she and several other …  


FSDB volunteers help landscape the Cultural Arts Center.

The St. Johns Cultural Council transformed the front area at the Cultural Arts Center in St. Augustine Beach to an inviting courtyard with the help of council volunteers and volunteers from the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind. The bold initiative of the “Courtyard Beautification Project” was led …  


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Community Sign Language Course

FSDB is offering a Sign Language – Beginners Level I course. This is a 10-week course from August 7 to October 9, 2018. Classes will meet on Tuesdays, 4:00-5: 30 pm, at Moore Hall on the FSDB campus. The course fee is $75.00 and the book that will be used is “A Basic Course …  


As a son, brother, uncle, teacher, influencer, mentor, colleague, and friend, Dr. Norman “Norm” Lee Tully touched countless lives and will be remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing him as an accomplished, loyal, compassionate, and humble individual. A St. Augustine, FL native, he graduated from St. Joseph Academy …  


FSDB blind students savannah and Addison at the 2018 National Braille Challenge.

Congratulations to Savannah Lindberg of St. Augustine who placed third in the nation for the Sophomore group during the 2018 Braille Challenge Finals!  She and Addison Burgess of Orlando were among 50 blind and visually impaired students from across the country. Both girls traveled to Los Angeles, CA with their …  


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