Check out these resources to engage students who are blind or visually impaired.

 




FSDB Expanded Core Curriculum Summer Academy for BVI Students
 
The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (FSDB) will host a two-week Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) Summer Academy during June 15-26, 2020 on its St. Augustine campus—at no cost for eligible Florida students ages 9-16 who are blind or visually impaired.
 
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Guide Dogs for the Blind Summer Camp
 
Every year Guide Dogs for the Blind invites youth ages 14-17 who are visually impaired to apply for our summer camp program, and this year is no exception! We are so excited to partner again this summer with The Oral Hull Foundation for the Blind, and will be holding Camp GDB at their Hull Park and Retreat Center for the Blind in Sandy, Oregon July 6-11, just a few miles from GDB’s campus in Boring, Oregon!
 
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girl behind braillewriter wearing NYC Braille Challenge t-shirt
A student from New York gives herself a thumbs up for her efforts at the NYC Braille Challenge!

 

COSB Schools and Agencies Show Strong Support for The Braille Challenge

For many years now COSB schools and agencies have hosted regional events for students in their area as part of this national braille literacy contest for students K-12 sponsored by COSB member agency, Braille Institute.  The 2020 Braille Challenge National Finals will happen on June 26 and 27 at the University of Southern California.