KSSB is a catalyst and leader in the development of exemplary programs and practices in vision services in Kansas. We build local capacity throughout the state via strategic partnerships to ensure learners with visual impairments are able to assume responsible roles in society and lead fulfilling lives.
The 2o15 KSSB Regional Braille Challenge permission form is now available. Deadline is December 4th. Download the pdf file below. Please note the forms can only be returned to Aundrayah Shermer by EMAIL attachment
firstname.lastname@example.org OR dropped off by hand at the school office. KSSB does not use fax.
David Brown visited with KSSB's goalball team this past Wednesday evening. David is one of the top visually impaired sprinters in the world and competes in top-level events with the US national team. You can read more about his talents and achievements here: http://www.teamusa.org/para-track-and-field/athletes/david-brown
Students will dismiss @ 1:45 on November 5th (Thursday), and there will be no school on Friday, November 6th. Classes will resume on Monday, November 9th.
Dear parents, many school districts in our metro area have cancelled classes for tomorrow (Tuesday). This means that transportation may also be affected. Many schools will NOT be providing transportation tomorrow.
Please contact your districts' transportation department to verify whether bus service will be provided tomorrow.
KSSB will be open tomorrow (Tuesday), but if your child rides a bus you may need to make other transportation arrangements. Our school day begins at 7:50 a.m. and ends at 3:16 p.m. tomorrow.
KSSB is closed for students on Monday, October 19th for Parent-Teacher conferences. Visitors to the campus can use our main entrance. There are a few visitor spots available in the circle drive area. Teachers will be available in their rooms for conferences. Please check in with security first.
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