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Overbrook School for the Blind

Ideas to Use at Home Every Day!

If you would like some other ideas for learning at home and ways to integrate the curriculum in activities of daily living, see Ms. Eva's First Issue of the Husky  Herald.   

Learn More About Overbrook

We are the Achievers and the Changemakers. We are Overbrook.

At Overbrook School for the Blind, students with vision loss and disabilities discover the hero within.

Featured Stories

  • Ms. Sarah's Class Zooming

    Social Story for On-Line Learning

    For some students the concept of on-line learning or learning at home can be difficult to understand. She put a quick social story together for her students to help explain it. You can download it here. 

    Learn more on Social Story for On-Line Learning
  • The EC Staff Say Hello!

    Our Early Childhood Staff is missing seeing your smiling faces and wanted to say hello! This video has music playing in the background and we can't wait to dance with you again. 

    Learn more on The EC Staff Say Hello!

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  • Todd Reeves, Director, has posted the latest school update on our website. You can find it here. Read Full Post

    Posted: April 6, 1:58 PM
  • Keep keeping on. That is what we will continue to do. Teachers, therapists and support staff continue to reach out again and again. The photos are of staff and students on Zoom and this is a VERY small snapshot of the online business as (somewhat) usual we engaging in! Go Overbrook Community! We even have student...Read Full Post

    Posted: April 3, 4:29 PM

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Enriching Student Lives in Every Way

We give students the opportunity to have amazing lives both in and out of the classroom! As part of the Expanded Core Curriculum, students are supported by a community that helps to foster friendships and navigate growing up. Social skills education, extra-curricular activities, and vocational skills are part of every day learning at our school.

Mission

A private non-profit school educating students with visual impairment with
or without additional challenges provided at no cost to parents.