Summer Fun & Learning
“Learning by doing” could easily be the theme for the SDSBVI summer program. It is an opportunity for students to learn new skills and try new things. We focus on the skills students with vision loss need to be successful in school and in life. They will learn how to travel safely and efficiently, explore the use of technology for both learning and leisure, practice skills such as cooking and self-care, experience new recreational and social activities, and learn how to advocate for their needs.
We are preparing students to step forward with confidence and a vision of lifetime success!
|September 24-29||Space Camp for Visually Impaired Students in Huntsville, Alabama|
|October 1||NSU Gypsy Day Parade at 9:00 AM|
|October 3||"Picture Day" by Lifetouch at 8:00 AM in Lobby|
|October 7||Homegoing: Classes dismiss at 12:10 PM; Dorms close at 1:00 PM|
|October 10||Native American Day Holiday|
|October 11||PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES: Faculty On Duty; No Classes; Dorms Open at 10:00 AM|
|October 12||Classes Resume|
|October 14||Special Olympics Northeast Area Singles Bowling Tournament at Village Bowl|
|November 4||1st Quarter Ends|
|November 4-6||Special Olympics State Bowling Tournament at Village Bowl|
|November 15||"Picture Retakes" by Lifetouch at 8:00 AM in Lobby|