Tennessee School for the Deaf - Knoxville
Our Purpose

The Tennessee School for the Deaf offers an individualized and comprehensive educational program. The school provides a total learning environment that utilizes state of the art curricula, materials and methods for the purpose of preparing students for adult life. Students are equipped academically, vocationally, physically, emotionally and morally to meet the daily challenges presented by society.

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Beginning July 15, Dr. Nancylynn Ward will be the new superintendent of Tennessee Schools for the Deaf. Her responsibilities will include oversight for both the main campus in Knoxville and the West Tennessee campus in Jackson. Dr. Ward currently serves as assistant director of the national work component in planning, development, and dissemination at the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center on the campus of Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.
 
We are thankful that our students will have such a devoted and passionate leader. Welcome, Dr. Ward, to TSD!

October 2017
13–15Mason-Dixon Volleyball Tournament
13End First Grading Period
23–27Fall Break
Students Home6, 13, 20
Students Return   1, 8, 15, 29
High School Cube - TSD Sports

TSD is streaming sporting events live online. Tune in to see High School sports and events on High School Cube. If you miss the live performance, you can still watch the replay.

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