In honor of the fallen police officers, Officer Benjamin Deen and Officer Liqouri Tate, from the Hattiesburg Police Department, the Mississippi School for the Deaf would like to share this student lead and heartfelt video message with everyone. To the families, friends, and to the Hattiesburg Police Department and others who serve, we are truly sorry for your loss.
Thank you Officer Deen and Officer Tate for your service!
Click the link to view the video message: http://youtu.be/sMKbxrhHeXQ
At this time, MSD has several positions available. Please see the flyer for more information on how to inquire, if interested.
We have 4 teaching positions available and 2 teacher's assistant positions available.
To download an application, click the link below:
Have you ever wondered if a child would benefit from using American Sign Language even though he/she has a cochlear implant?
Click the link below for answers:
DEAFFEST 2015 is this coming weekend, May 8th and 9th. Make plans to head to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to celebrate this awesome event!
Friday, May 8th
Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center of Arts and Education. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. You don't want to miss the NO ORDINARY HERO movie with John Maucere/SuperDeafy. Enjoy a comedy show with John Maucere before the movie! Tickets may be purchased at the door or online.
Tickets: Adults-$20.00 Children: $10.00
Saturday, May 9th:
ALL DAY FESTIVAL at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center in Biloxi. Starring: Rosa Lee Timm, Sean Forbes, Warren Snipe (Wa Wa), and many more. FREE ADMISSION!
Click here for more information: www.deaffestmississippi.com
This week is the National Teacher Appreciation Week.
The MSD students and staff would like to thank our teachers for their hard work and committment to the success of our students.
Here is a big THANK YOU!! Enjoy your week!
Check out the Parent Package through VL2 (Visual Language/Visual Learning). It is an excellent resource for parents, families, and anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of language learning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children using both American Sign Language and English.
Click on the link below: