Kentucky School for the Blind

This is the OFFICIAL KSB page. It is for anyone interested in learning more about the Blind

Operating as usual

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 10/21/2022

Weekly snapshots.

Wildcat Weekly 10/21/2022

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Wildcat Weekly Wildcat Weekly October 21, 2022

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More KSB Fall Festival pics.

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The KSB second Fall Festival was a success! Thanks to all of our volunteers that made it happen.

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More Bill Roby pics!

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White Cane Day celebration photos- Batch #2.
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Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 10/14/2022

KSB celebrated White Cane Day this week with a field trip and activities on campus. White Cane Safety Day, October 15, was established in 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson in an effort to raise awareness of people who carry a white cane.

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Weekly Snapshots - More Bill Roby pics, exploring like an engineer, and elephant toothpaste (learning about chemical changes).

Wildcat Weekly 10/14/2022

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Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 10/11/2022

Due to weather conditions, Kaiya Armstrong got to stop in a day early for her presentation. Our students enjoyed her visit and asked some very thoughtful questions!

She is now headed on to Washington, DC. for World Sight Day on October 13th.

We send our best wishes for the remainder of her adventure.

Flight for Sight | Foundation for Blind Children 10/10/2022

Flight for Sight | Foundation for Blind Children

KSB is so excited to be hosting Kaiya Armstrong on Wednesday for a student presentation. Kaiya, a visually impaired 21-year-old, is participating in a program, Flight for Sight. She will be piloting a plane from Mesa, AZ to Washington, D.C. with a stop in Louisville.
Want to watch Kaiya's progress toward Kentucky? This event is in collaboration with The Foundation for the Blind and American Printing House for the Blind.
You can keep tabs on her! Here's the flight tracker link, https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n882la/ , and once again, here's the link to explain her journey, https://seeitourway.org/services/challenge-events/
{flight tracker shows Kaiya's plane's path through New Mexico]

Flight for Sight | Foundation for Blind Children Blind woman from Phoenix to fly a plane from Arizona to Washington D.C. as part of Foundation for Blind Children's Flight for Sight challenge

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 10/07/2022

Snapshots from Bill Roby Games.

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 10/05/2022

Congratulations to all of the participants of the 45th annual Bill Roby Games. Students from KY, OH, IN and TN competed today in track events. A big thanks to our volunteers and sponsors - Circle K, Bill Roby Family, KSB Charitable Foundation, Kosair Shrine Temple, Louisville Downtown Lions Club and Louisville East Lions Club.

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 10/02/2022

The Varsity Running Wildcats competed at the NCASB Track & Field Conference Championships at Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. We are so proud of our Running Cats and how they represented KSB this weekend.

The Girls Varsity Team, a mighty team of 3, finished 6th out of 11 teams!

The Boys Varsity team brought home 2nd place!

All student athletes brought home awards by placing in at least the top 6 in their respective events!

Senior Varsity Running Cat, Gracie Smith, brought home the biggest honor of the night, being voted the NCASB Outstanding Female Track & Field Athlete. This award was voted on by all participating team’s coaches. We are extremely proud of her and how she reflects the values of Wildcat Athletics. Congratulations Gracie!

We are so proud of our Wildcats!!

10/01/2022

Help us wish our Varsity Running Wildcats Good Luck as they compete in the NCASB Track & Field Conference Champions at Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Gooooo Wildcats!!

PD: 2022 Varsity Track Team
1st Row: (left to right) Gracie Smith, Eric Echeverria, Valerie Alvarez, Sophia Thompson, Hudson Lovett; 2nd row: (left to right) Colton Peters, Hayden Ashley, Cameron Jones, Caleb Robinson, Elliott Harris, Landon Smith

Wildcat Weekly 09/28/2022

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09/28/2022

Fall Break begins this afternoon! Students will dismiss at 1:30. Classes resume on Tuesday, October 4. Dorm students may return after 4PM on Monday, October 3.

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Weekly Snapshots.

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/23/2022

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Wildcat Weekly 09/23/2022

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Wildcat Weekly Wildcat Weekly September 23, 2022

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/23/2022

Graduation night!! It was a wonderful week filled lots of space exploration, simulations, and meeting new friends! Thankful he got to have this experience and looking forward to many more getting to go in the future!

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/22/2022

Throwback Thursday

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Mission practice and Octo Access

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/21/2022

Rocket launch day! His went all the way across the street!

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Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/18/2022

Snapshots from KSB students in Tennessee! Go Wildcats!

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/16/2022

Short course students have been busy the past few weeks. Cooking, reading and writing Braille, shopping, and a bunch of other fun things. Check us out!

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/16/2022

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Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/15/2022

Throwback Thursday

09/15/2022

KSB would like to welcome our new Speech-Language Pathologist, Becky Medley!
Becky has been a Speech-Language Pathologist for 25 years! She and her husband, Scott, have been married for 24 years and they have 13-year-old twins, Ava & Collin. She worked at the Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies for 17 years. After having twins, Becky worked part-time at the Kids Center running social skills groups until her kids began school. She then worked as a preschool teacher at Harvey Browne Preschool until the end of the school year in 2020. Becky enjoyed homeschooling her kids for 2 years during Covid but is excited to return to speech therapy now that her children are back in public school. Some of Becky’s favorite things include traveling, going to the lake, camping, playing tennis, and spending time with family and friends. She is eager to put her speech and language knowledge to work and is very excited to meet and learn from the wonderful students, families, and staff at KSB. Her door is always open, so be sure to stop by and say “Hello!”

Wildcat Weekly 09/09/2022

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Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 09/01/2022

Throwback Thursday pictures!

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 08/26/2022

Short course is off to a great start. Middle school students spent the week learning many life skills - building furniture, laundry, and cooking. Check out all our learning.

Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 08/26/2022

Weekly Learning Snapshots

Wildcat Weekly 08/26/2022

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Photos from Kentucky School for the Blind's post 08/19/2022

Enjoy some back to school photos from the first week!

08/19/2022

KSB would like to welcome Adam Springer as our new middle and high school Social Studies teacher!

Adam comes from Oldham County Schools where he has been teaching the last 18 years. He spent 12 years at Oldham County High School teaching social studies and the last 6 years as the librarian and school technology coordinator at Centerfield Elementary. He lives in Oldham County with his wife and three kids that all have names that start with the letter A, even his two German Shepherds! He often times refers to his family (and puppies) as the A-Team. In the summer he spends a lot of his free time at Patoka Lake in Indiana where he enjoys spending time boating rand hiking with his family. He also enjoys doing DIY projects around his home.

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1867 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY
40206

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Monday 7:30am - 3:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 3:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 3:30pm
Thursday 7:30am - 3:30pm
Friday 7:30am - 3:30pm

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