25th Cleary Golf Classic - June 1, 2015

 The 25th Anniversary of the Annual Cleary Golf Classic is days away! To find out more or support click here

Celebrating 90 years of Love and Service

Camp Peter Pan alum Simon Carmel will preform Friday night @ Cleary School @7:00pm We hope to see you there! 
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Jazz It Up! 

This beautiful new painting was added to "Jazz Up" the music/PIP classroom.  Who, you ask, is responsible for this wonderful piece of art?  Well, it's the very talented students in Miss Tracy's class! It's just what the room needed.  Many special thanks to Miss Tracy's class for this special gift!!!

May is Better Hearing Month!

Want to schedule a FREE hearing screening? Click HERE or Call 631- 588-0530

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Cleary School Mission Statement 

Cleary School provides a nurturing environment where the individual needs of students are identified and addressed by an entire team. We provide a safe and secure environment in which students are physically secure, emotionally supported and treated as individual learners with unique needs. We are committed to the ongoing development of our abilities to meet the changing and diverse needs of our students and to support to their families.

High School Happenings!  

The Cleary Secondary Program partners with East Islip High School to offer a robust high school experience for Cleary students. In the month of May we recognize three Cleary schoolers for their accomplishments. Read more about Anoune Basse who joined the East Islip Track team Leanna Booker and Evelin Morales who was honored by the Foreign Language Society.

Track Results - Anoune Basse

Anoune Basse of Cleary Secondary Program represented East Islip High School and participated in the May 19thLongwood Invitational Track Meet and placed 3rd in the 100 Meter Dash Freshmen Event with a time of 12.21 and 1st place in the 200 Meter Dash with a time of 25.24. Participating in this event were students from across Suffolk County. Congratulations Anoune!

Foreign Language Honor Society

Leana Booker and Evelin Morales, two Cleary Secondary Program students at East Islip High School,  were inducted into the Foreign Language Honor Society on May 20, 2015 at East Islip High School.  East Islip offers  American Sign Language (ASL), as well as French, Italian and Spanish as languages other than English students can study.  The honor society recognizes outstanding ability and achievement in the study of foreign language, literacy and culture. Congratulations to Evelin and Leana.