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115 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Nashville, TN 37214

(615) 981-5617

 

Tennessee School for the Deaf, Nashville, Tennessee (TSDN) provides a welcoming, language rich learning environment for deaf and hard of hearing children in Middle TN. TSDN began its inaugural year in August 2018 serving preschool through second grade students.

TSDN values the importance of early education that is essential to literacy and school success. Students at TSDN are supported in both language acquisition and fluency, as well as learning to read at an age-appropriate level. Grade levels will be added each year as the children grow and as needed to service Middle TN deaf and hard of hearing students.

TSDN shares the campus with the Tennessee School for the Blind (TSB). TSDN in collaboration with TSB ensures the needs of the whole child is addressed through shared resources, such as the playground, gym, cafeteria services, and the clinic.

TSDN News

TSD Program Review Meeting Flyer 5-6-2021

TSD Program Review Meetings

Program review meetings for parents of current TSD students, alumni, and interested community members will be held this week (May 11th - 14th) for all campuses. Online registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting room information. Registration deadline is Tuesday, May 11th - 12:00 pm EST/11:00 pm EDT.
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TDOE Seeks Contractors for Program Review of Tennessee Schools for the Deaf

The department is seeking up to two qualified contractors to conduct a program review at the TSD. This includes the Knoxville campus, Nashville campus, and West Tennessee campus in Jackson. The purpose of the program review is to assess program quality, viability, and facilitate appropriate program improvement.
Certificate of Model of Demonstration

WTSD Recognized as a Model of Demonstration School, Bronze Level, Second Year in a Row

For the second time, West Tennessee School for the Deaf (WTSD) was recognized as a Model of Demonstration School, Bronze Level, for Response to Instruction and Intervention-Behavior (RTI2-B). Thanks to the tireless work of WTSD's RTI2-B team, WTSD students continue to work toward and get rewarded for fulfilling the expectations of being responsible, respectful, and cooperative with the goal of supporting a positive social and behavioral climate at WTSD.

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