Tennessee School for the Deaf - Knoxville
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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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Announcing Tennessee School for the Deaf, Nashville


The department, in collaboration with TSD, WTSD, and TSB is opening an additional Tennessee School for the Deaf campus in Nashville. This is an opportunity for TSD to extend its educational services and supports to young students within middle Tennessee.
For more information, see the PDF information links below:

Tennessee School for the Deaf, Nashville (Overview)
Tennessee School for the Deaf, Nashville - Q&A



April 2018
2Students return - In-service (self-select)
Students Home6, 13, 20, 27
Students Return   2, 8, 15, 22, 29

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Alan J. Mealka High School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
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The Alan J. Mealka High School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony occurred on Thursday, December 14th. The event is archived on YouTube: Ribbon Cutting.

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