MSDB – A Great Place to Work
The small size of the student population and the dedication of the staff make MSDB an unusually close-knit work place, where the rewards of working with deaf and blind kids are remarkable. We are a group of professionals who work together as a family to improve the lives of the children in our care, and we take great satisfaction and pride in their accomplishments.
Providing the best services for these students is a team effort, in which each member’s role is vital. Off campus, our outreach consultants meet the challenges of serving a wide range of students with varying needs, in their home communities. Seeing the difference they can make for kids who have struggled gives them a sense of fulfillment.
Great Falls - An Exceptional Quality of Life
Located between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, Great Falls is surrounded by natural beauty and recreational opportunities. The Missouri River is known for some of the country’s best fly fishing, and the dramatic Rocky Mountain Front offers unbeatable hiking. In winter, powder skiing is an hour’s drive away in the Little Belt Mountains. Without leaving town, you can walk, jog, skate or bike along the River’s Edge Trail, a 25-mile path along the Missouri River.
Great Falls is also rich in cultural opportunities. Known as the Western Art Capital, Great Falls also boasts a dynamic contemporary art museum. The Great Falls Symphony and its resident chamber ensembles have a strong presence in the community and the schools. The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center and several other museums represent the fascinating history of the area.
Great Falls is known for its good schools and for being a safe place to raise a family. The sane pace of living and lower cost of living make it a wonderful place to call home.