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Have you ever wanted to travel back in time or stand on the streets next to the Eiffel Tower?  Tillotson’s Virtual Reality Headset allows our students to do just that.  When students put on our Virtual Reality headset, they are transformed into another world giving them opportunities to travel into another “world” without leaving the classroom.  Classroom teachers and Dr. Smith are teaming up to provide educational experiences in the Tiger’s Zone.  Mr. Groesch’s classes are studying the Pyramids in Egypt.  Students will have the opportunity to go inside the Great Pyramid and navigate through tunnels and passages to the different chambers.  In our English and Language Arts classes, students will have the opportunity to travel to famous landmarks and the places where the books they are reading are taking place.  Science and Health teachers will be able to take students inside a cell or the human body.  Virtual Reality provides our students with unique interactions while immersing them in the content they are learning in class.  This is another way Tillotson School is using technology to create new experiences for students. 
 
 
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ACLD Tillotson is fortunate to have a specially designed sensory room which can give students, who have difficulty integrating their senses, the sensory input needed to calm and focus so they are prepared for learning and interacting with others.  Everything in this space has been carefully selected so students can play in an engaging and calming manner.  The color-changing bubble tube and fiber optic lights engage auditory and visual senses.  The swing is a great way to encourage proprioceptive (awareness of the position and movement of the body) and vestibular (sense of balance) feedback.  Calming colors and pictures are provided by the wall projector.  An infinity panel encourages interaction, visual tracking, hand-eye coordination, and an understanding of cause and effect.  Deep pressure can be applied by the peapod to calm children with sensory processing issues.  Music is a part of the sensory room which creates an atmosphere of safety and tranquility.  Students can enjoy music while sitting in an over-sized bean bag that contains a speaker system that produces vibrations throughout the chair with calming physical and auditory stimulation.  The sensory room at ACLD Tillotson is just another way we give our students the support needed for them to succeed both academically and socially.
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Fall Family Fun Night

Ice Cream & Pizza Social, Bingo, Mini Craft Fair, and Raffle Drawings Friday, October 18, 2019, from 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm at The ACLD Tillotson School. Please RSVP by Oct.15
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