The ISD Academic Bowl team comprised of Kenneth Peters, Cade Patterson, Raelynn Fuechtmann and Colton Crace defeated Rockville (MD) High School 68-53 to capture the 2015 National Academic Bowl championship. The team was coached by Mary Kovatch and Chuck Daube, their third national championship in the past decade, as well as advancing to the "Final Four" each of those ten years participating. Kenneth Peters and Raelynn fuechtmann were named to the All-Tournament team. The National Academic Bowl was held at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC Sunday and Monday (April 26 and 27th) and the Orioles leave for Indianapolis this morning with a 8-1 record and the crown!
"Due to personal reasons we regretfully have to cancel the Indianapolis, IN performance on 4/30/15. Each ticket purchased online will receive a full 100% refund. While we are disappointed we have to do this, we promise you that we will be back in Indianapolis in the near future to put on an amazing performance…..Sean Forbes”
Last weekend, 30 alumni members of the 1982 and 1983 National Deaf Prep championship football teams traveled to Due West, South Carolina to honor Coach Ernest Grubb (ISD History teacher 1979-1989) at the request of his wife, Ann (ISD Teacher and Administrator 1969-1989).
Last Saturday, a group of volunteers comprised from the Deaf Community came to ISD and helped put up the fabulous new banners bearing our new school logo, along with inspirational quotes. Here at the Indiana School for the Deaf, everyone Belongs, Excels and Thrives!
American Society for Deaf Children is hosting at the Indiana School for the Deaf from June 25 to 28 this summer. The ASDC committee is excited to inform the community that there will be a huge community festival at ISD, called 2015 ASDC’s Community Street Festival where there will be tons of activities, vendors, exhibits, and hours of fun for all families, professionals, and community members. This event is open to public and everyone is encouraged to come and support the good cause of American Society for Deaf Children.
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