The Friends of WTSD Golf Tournament is coming up on May 19th! Please check out our flyer or visit our events page for more information as well as team sponsor and silent auction registration.
A big thank you to our sponsors and participants!
Click for video from the WTSD Christmas Program 2016.
Check out our speech and hearing newsletter!
The Tennessee Department of Education has released information on updates to the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP). You can read the full article on the TN.gov website by clicking here.
WTSD and The Tennessee School for the Deaf are looking for a superintendent. For details of the position please see the Employment Page through the link on the menu.
Please check out our Student Awards page recognizing WTSD students who have earned the Principal's Award and Honor Roll!
The mission of West Tennessee School for the Deaf is to prepare students to be successful at the next level as they become skilled communicators and to reach their maximum academic potential as measured by state assessments.
Through the successful creation and implementation of a model program for deaf and hard of hearing students, our vision at the West Tennessee School for the Deaf is to guide our students so that they may develop the academic and social skills necessary to enable them to integrate successfully into all settings.
The West Tennessee School for the Deaf provides instructional programs for hearing impaired children ranging in age from two to thirteen. Our curriculum is designed to meet the individual needs of our students by emphasizing language development, speech and listening skills. Students also receive instruction in physical education, computer technology and art. All teachers follow the Tennessee Curriculum Standards set forth by the Tennessee Department of Education.
An Individual Education Plan is developed for each student enrolled at WTSD. Total communication is used throughout our program by all staff members. Small class sizes and individualized programs aid in the success of our students. Continuous collaboration between teachers, speech pathologists, and audiologists provides optimal information for instructional programming.
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