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Title: LSVI.org Descriptive info: Home.. > Welcome.. Welcome.. Welcome to Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired, the home of the Fighting Trojans! LSVI's roots trace back to 1852, and the school has maintained a commitment to offer blind and visually impaired children the academic, vocational, athletic and social opportunities that will prepare them to achieve their full potential.. In addition to core curriculum, instruction is provided in adaptive physical education, daily living skills, vocational training and other specific areas directly related to the education of blind and visually impaired students.. Orientation and Mobility Specialists train the students to travel safely and independently from one place to another.. Education continues beyond the ... Our dormitory program enriches the student's education by providing life experiences in a home-like atmosphere.. Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired has an overall goal to provide a structured educational program in a supportive environment, to encourage social interaction, and to promote a healthy lifestyle.. I invite you to learn more about our school through this new website.. Here you will find information about LSVI's program and services, news of school events and items of interest to all of our stakeholders: students, families, alumni, professionals serving the blind and visually impaired, and members of our community.. Thank you for visiting our website!.. Bobby Simpson.. Interim Director.. Mission..
Title: LSVI.org Descriptive info: >.. > Mission.. The mission of the Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired (LSVI) is:.. To provide quality educational programs in a nurturing environment for children of this state who are blind or visually impaired,.. To strive to prepare students to reach their potential in a diverse and changing society,.. To foster a challenging, rewarding workplace, and.. To provide support services statewide in response to the ever-changing needs of blind and visually impaired students in Louisiana..
Title: LSVI.org Descriptive info: > Our School.. Our School.. Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired traces its roots back to 1852, when the Louisiana legislature established the Louisiana Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind.. " In 1870, the State School for the Blind was established on its own campus.. In 1898, the school moved to a site on Government Street, and remained at this location until the summer of 2009.. In the 1920's, the state legislature established the Southern School for the Blind on the campus of Southern University.. This was during the days of ... the State School for the Blind, and the name was changed to Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired.. In the summer of 2009, LSVI moved to Brightside Lane, just south of the LSU campus.. LSVI shares the large and beautiful campus at this location with Louisiana School for the Deaf (LSD).. Throughout its more than 150 years as a school and as a home for many of its students, LSVI has maintained an unchanging commitment to offer blind and visually impaired students the academic, vocational and social opportunities to help them achieve their full potential..
Title: LSVI.org Descriptive info: > Pupil Progression Plan.. Pupil Progression Plan.. The 2012-13 Pupil Progression Plan for the Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired is available by clicking.. here.. If parents or any LSVI stakeholders wish to comment on the contents of this plan, they may contact GiGi Brown at.. gbrown@lsdvi.. or via regular mail:.. GiGi Brown.. Louisiana Schools for the Deaf and Visually Impaired.. P.. O.. Box 3074.. Baton Rouge, LA 70821-3074..
Title: LSVI.org Descriptive info: > LIMC.. LIMC.. The Louisiana Instructional Materials Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (LIMC) maintains a depository from which it provides eligible registered patrons with Braille and large print texts and other educational materials in a cost-effective, timely manner.. The LIMC also provides items available from the American Printing House for the Blind: specialized paper for Braille and large print users, educational kits and learning tools for the visually impaired, and professional publications and guides for teachers of the visually impaired.. Perkins Braille writers are available for use by Braille-using students.. The LIMC serves school-aged children in Louisiana who have medically documented visual impairments.. Local school systems must submit medical eye ... addition, the LIMC serves as an information center for teachers and administrators or local VI programs, helping them build and maintain their programs to better serve their students.. During the regular school year, the LIMC is open from 7:00 a.. m.. until 4:00 p.. Monday through Friday.. During the summer months, the LIMC is closed on Fridays and open from 7:00 a.. until 5:30 p.. Monday through Thursday.. Contact information for the LIMC follows:.. Louisiana Instructional Materials Center.. 1230 Government Street.. Phone: 225-219-1686.. FAX: 225-219-1684.. For a Yahoo! map of the LIMC location, click.. LIMC Director:.. Robin King.. robin.. king@la.. gov.. LIMC Resource Specialists:.. Charlotte Martin.. charlotte.. martin@la.. Calvin Adolph.. calvin.. adolph@la..
Title: LSVI.org Descriptive info: > Monthly Newsletters & Schedules.. Monthly Newsletters & Schedules.. Trojan Talk Newsletters.. :.. March 2013.. February 2013.. January 2013.. November 2012.. October 2012.. September 2012.. School Activity Calendars:.. December 2012.. Current Dormitory activity schedules.. :.. Elementary Dorm Activity Schedule.. Middle/High School Dorm Activity Schedule.. During school year 2011-12.. ,.. LSVI students began publishing a newsletter called Trojan Talk.. Links to those newsletters ... February 2012.. Trojan Talk: January 2012.. Trojan Talk: November 2011.. Trojan Talk: October 2011.. Trojan Talk: September 23, 2011.. During school year 2010-11.. , Director Bobby Simpson shared monthly news with parents.. Read his newsletters by clicking on the links below.. April 2011 Newsletter.. March 2011 Newsletter.. February 2011 Newsletter.. January 2011 Newsletter.. November 2010 Newsletter.. October 2010 Newsletter.. September 2010 Newsletter..