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Metro Deaf School offers ASL classes in the Fall and Spring.  These classes are open to families and anyone in the community!  ASL classes are free for MDS families, and are typically offered in the Fall and Spring.  See below for additional information and registration for Spring ASL classes.  The deadline for Registration is Tuesday February 20, 2018 : 

Spring ASL 1 & 2 for Families

CLASSES ARE FULL- additional registrations will not be accepted.  Check back in the Fall for ASL classes

Clases de ASL para familias  nivel 1 y 2

LAS CLASES SON LLENAS, ya no se aceptan más inscripciones. Vuelva en el otoño por más clases de la ASL.

Spring ASL 1 & 2 for Community Members

CLASSES ARE FULL- additional registrations will not be accepted.  Check back in the Fall for ASL classes

Please contact Becky Swinney at if you have any questions.

There will be a Special Board Meeting on Monday January 8th, 7:30 am at Metro Deaf School in Room  #156.2.

Special Board Meeting Agenda

Metro Deaf School's High School Student Council is hosting a Deaf/ASL Teen Night on Friday, October 27 from 5:00 to 9:30. All Deaf and Harding of Hearing students in grades 9-12 grade are welcome, as are ASL students in grades 9-12 who are in level 2 or above. For more information about this event, see our flyer below.

Classroom supply lists for the 2017-2018 school year are posted here:

PTG Meeting : 

Thursday February 16th 5:30-7:30 at MDS!

* ASL/Voice Interpreter provided.  
* Other Languages available upon request- please request by Feb 10th
* Light Refreshments and coffee provided
* Childcare provided

Parents and Families, please consider coming to the Parent Teacher Group (PTG) meeting scheduled for Thursday October 27th from 6-7 pm.  Hope to see you there!

Metro Deaf School was recently featured on Game Changers, a program on CBS. It highlighted the work that Zach LaVine, a Minnesota Timberwolves player, is doing with our school. Here is a link to the video clip, with captions added to it.

Students from the MDS transition program recently went to Wyoming Machine, Inc, where an MDS Alumni, Matt Thorpe, is employed. He was able to give them a tour of the company and talk about what they do at Wyoming Machine, Inc. 

You can read about the whole experience in an article recently posted. (Article)
Metro Deaf School is hosting its Science Fair on March 3 from 2:00-5:00 PM Check out the flyer below for more details!

We have just released a new lineup of Community ASL classes for the Winter and Spring months at MDS. These classes are free to immediate family members of MDS students (parents and siblings) but is open to the entire community. For information about these classes, please see our ASL Class page at

Are books or toys a part of your Christmas shopping list? Come out to Barnes and Noble next Thursday, do some shopping and proceeds will go to support the MDS Library! Simply show the MDS book fair ID number on the flyer below at checkout.

Can't make it to Roseville? That is okay. You can shop at any Barnes and Noble in the country as well as online! Please consider supporting MDS at our Barnes and Noble book fair!

Book Fair Flyer

Edith Koranda, a paraprofessional at Metro Deaf School, was recently nominated and awarded the "High Five" Award.  To read the full article from MN Hands and Voices, click on the image below. Congratulations Edith! 
Ronda Jo Miller is our Student Life Director. She was recently highlighted in an article on NCAA's website. Check out the article! We are very fortunate to have Ronda here at MDS. She is an excellent role model for our students.

Integrating technology into our classes is helping our students understand the power of their words. What a great article about the work being done in our 4th grade classroom!

For a look at the full issue of Teaching Today Minnesota, click here. You will find our article on page 10.

Prospective Students