Craig’s Story

“My daughter was born on April 21st 1995, in a small village in Soc Trang, Vietnam. When she was seven months old my wife and I traveled to Vietnam to bring our adopted daughter home. We named her Erin. Texas School for the Deaf has over 10,000 students and alumni. Every one of them is a […]

Jacobs’ Story

I started out in an oral school and because I couldn’t speak well, I really had no chance of success. I felt frustrated, isolated – a failure. Texas School for the Deaf has over 10,000 students and alumni. Every one of them is a human being with so much to contribute to the world. Every […]

6th Annual Diamond Gala

Once again the Texas School for the Deaf and its Foundation joined hands with the fabulous staff from Hilton Austin to host an unforgettable evening of fine food and wine, lively auctions and great camaraderie.  Culinary Arts students, under the direction of Diamond Chef Mark Dayanadan, served an incredible meal including Mussel Soup Montgolfier, Flank Steak […]

Spooky Skedaddle Coming Soon!

Run for your lives! Ghosts and Goblins welcome for the First Annual Spooky Skedaddle 5K and Festival hosted at the Texas School for the Deaf. Race your way through a jack-o-lantern course as the sun is setting and beware what might be around the next turn! Saturday, October 27, 2012Gates open at 4:30 pmKid K at […]

TSD Says Farewell To A Friend, Colleague, Mentor, Husband And Father. Mark Gobble

“We will treasure our time with Mark, the teacher, mentor and leader and his role as middle school social studies teacher and associate and high school principal,” said Claire Bugen, superintendent at Texas School for the Deaf.

“His passion for new knowledge is what lead him to UT for advanced study and I believe his work […]