FSDB Blind Department students visit Beach 105.5 radio station

On September 29, 2017, five students from the FSDB Blind Department went to the local Beach 105.5 FM radio station to talk about White Cane Safety Day. Savannah, Luke, Dwayne, Jonathan, and Addison shared their experiences about orientation and mobility and why this annual national observance on October 15th is …  


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Free to family members and professionals communicating and working directly with deaf children! No experience necessary! ASL Interactive is an opportunity for families and professionals to learn American Sign Language (ASL) through an online video chat room setting. While learning vocabulary, grammar, and culture, each individual’s specific signing needs will be …  


FSDB Amy Moring receiving check from Melting pot manager Lewie Parrish.
Melting Pot Donates $2255 To FSDB

Lewie Parrish, the manager of Melting Pot restaurant in Jacksonville, recently presented a check for $2,255 to FSDB Director of Development Amy Moring. The donation was made possible through the proceeds of a month-long promotion at the restaurant. The Melting Pot restaurant contributed $5 to support FSDB for every patron …  


FSDB Call Traetto in lab with students.

Cally Traetto is a FSDB Deaf Middle School Science Teacher (Walker Hall).  She has an exceptionally organized classroom with eye-catching and informative displays. The displays reflect scientific content as well as her sense of humor, like the description of the job of “Classroom Messenger” – Takes crucial, possibly top secret …  


FSDB Instructor chef and student at serving counter in Dragons Lair cafe

A milestone event happened at 11:30 am on August 22, 2017. The doors to the FSDB Dragon’s Lair Café opened and a new culinary adventure began! Campus staff members had been looking forward to the newest reboot of the Dragon’s Lair eatery. As Director of Career Development Andrea Armstrong relayed, …  


FSDB solar eclipse classroom training.
Cloudy Eclipse For DMS Space Scientists

At approximately 1:45 pm on August 21, 2017, FSDB Deaf Middle School students, teachers, and administrators headed out to Palm Row to try their luck at viewing the solar eclipse.  Thanks to FSDB Administrator of Instructional Services Tracie Snow’s proactive ordering of hundreds of pairs of special eclipse glasses in …  


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