Eye Spy Blog

Space Camp Commander’s Log

Photo of students standing in front of a space shuttle at space camp

It was four in the morning. My fellow astronauts and I got up to go to O’Hare Airport. We took a bus from Janesville to Chicago. There was myself, Kaylee, Madi, Jack, Mario, Bill, Kyle, Jaylon, Christina, and Gabie.

Track and Field

Photo of students running on the outdoor track

Track is a fun, hardworking and active sport. The sport usually takes place in the spring; but here at the blind and visually impaired school, it takes place in the fall. The track season at a regular high school is long; but here, the season is very short— only three meets.

Staffing News

It has been an exciting fall here at WCBVI.  Two new staff have joined our team this fall and three other staff have moved into new roles here at WCBVI.

Mrs. Kokko Announces her Retirement

Photo of Mrs. Kokko

What an adventure it has been and how much I have learned along the way! 31 years ago, after living in Janesville for about a year and a half, I received a phone call from Mr. William English, Superintendent of the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Adults Learn There's Always a Way

Photo of adults sitting around a table

This summer, twenty-three adults ranging in age from 21 to 80 worked on skills relating to blindness during WCBVI's adult summer program.