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How to identify hearing loss in your child

By Alexis Barnhart - Sales Digital CoordinatorPosted: 3:54 PM, December 16, 2015Updated: 3:54 PM, December 16, 2015SAN ANTONIO - For a child ...

The new sound of Sunshine in San Antonio

by Randy Beamer - News 4 San Antoniofacebook l twitterSAN ANTONIO - The sound of Sunshine is different than I remember when I shot a couple ...

We are an HEB Early Childhood School of Excellence!

San Antonio school receives $25,000 H-E-B Excellence Award!Read more... ...

Miss San Antonio mentors hearing-impaired children

SAN ANTONIO - There have been many advances in hearing aids in recent years, but one will potentially make a big difference to children who wear hearing aids.

ROGER TECHNOLOGY GOES TO SCHOOL

SAN ANTONIO. (KFSN) --
If you have a cell phone, a television or even a fitness device

Challenges accepted: Salado’s Basham overcomes physical differences

SALADO — Laughter can act as somewhat of a cure-all, brightening the day of someone

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Sunshine Cottage is a Finalist for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Award | February 1, 2016

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Students expanding their creativity, development through art | January 29, 2016

Sunshine Cottage School gets ready for Fine Arts Night

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Sunshine Cottage,featured on La Prensa, San Antonio. | December 14, 2015

Niños de Sunshine Cottage ponen en escena “Turkey Claus”

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Sunshine Cottage,featured on Univision Channel 41, San Antonio. | February 03, 2015

Gracias a Sunshine Cottage, los niños que nacen con problemas de audición pueden tener un desarrollo integral y acceder a más...

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Kono comes to campus | May 31, 2013

Guess who stopped by today at Sunshine Cottage? David Rios and Top Dog from Kono 101.1 Morning Show! David came to read to the students...

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Legendary musician to perform at Urban 15 Studio | February 11, 2013

Morton Subotnick, a legendary pioneer in the field of electronic music, will be celebrating his 80th birthday with a residency and...

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H-E-B announces finalists for education awards | February 05, 2013

The Southwest Independent School District and the Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children have been chosen as finalists for the 2013...

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Cowboy Breakfast | February 17, 2012

We know how to Rodeo San Antonio and believe me you don’t want to miss out on the fun! Cowboy Breakfast is an annual event held at...

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Fine Arts Night, Art Around the World | January 27, 2012

Fine Arts Night is an annual celebration of our children’s knowledge of art, showcasing their projects and an opportunity to learn from...

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Snow Day | January 20, 2012

The Sunshine Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the area just north of downtown, specifically the area known as...

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Holiday Play - Allthumbs McKringle | December 08, 2011

Allthumbs is an elf. With the nickname like Allthumbs , guess what....?? Yes, he flubs up all the toy making assignments he receives...

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Thanksgiving Feast | November 18, 2011

A traditional home-cooked meal of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, and cranberry sauce is prepared by Sunshine Cottage...

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Sunshine Cottage, a listening and spoken language school, is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement, OPTION Schools, Inc., and is a Texas Education Agency approved non-public school. Sunshine Cottage is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit educational organization. We accept students regardless of sex, race, affiliation, disability, or national origin.