South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired - AFB Directory Profile

General Information

South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
423 17th Avenue SE
Aberdeen, SD 57401-7699
(605) 626-2580 (Local)
(605) 626-2607 (Fax)
(888) 275-3814 (Toll-Free)
marje.kaiser@sdsbvi.northern.edu
http://sdsbvi.northern.edu/default.htm

Brief Description

Preparing students to step forward with confidence and a vision of lifetime success: The South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (SDSBVI) has been designated by state law to provide a variety of services to meet the individual needs of students in South Dakota who are visually impaired, blind, or deaf-blind. As a part of the state’s educational system, the school does not charge for tuition, room, and board or fees for any services provided by the school or staff, including educational assessments. We encourage you to tour the school or talk with us about our services.

Hours of operation: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.
Clients served on average per year: 200
Number of staff: 52
Staff description: All program staff are certified or state licensed in their areas of expertise.
Geographic area served: South Dakota. Out of state tuition students.
Publications: Newsletter: Pioneer, Wagon Trails Brochures: General Information, Outreach Services & Transition Services

Staff

Jodi Carlsgaard, Principal, (605) 626-2580, jodi.carlsgaard@sdsbvi.northern.edu
Clauden Hluchy, Business Manager, (605) 626-2580, r.lee.ginsbach@sdsbvi.northern.edu
Marjorie Kaiser, Superintendent, (605) 626-2580, marje.kaiser@sdsbvi.northern.edu
Dawn LaMee, Liaison for Services, (605) 626-2580, dawn.lamee@sdsbvi.northern.edu
Janel Ludwig, Student Services Director, (605) 626-2580, janel.ludwig@sdsbvi.northern.edu
Deb Mitchell, Director of Human Resources, (605) 626-2580, deb.mitchell@sdsbvi.northern.edu

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