Carol Flexer, Ph.D., Audiologist presents:Executive Function and Theory of Mind Development in Children with Hearing Loss: An Auditory Perspective

Wednesday October 29, 2014 8am - 4pm

    $150 Professionals
    $75 College Students/Parents
                                    
                                  Cleary School for the Deaf 
                                               301 Smithtown Blvd.
                                                 Nesconset, NY 11767  
                                                 Registration: 8am 
                                               *Light refreshments will be served
 
                                              Register here
                                                              
                                                    CEUs - LSLS and ASHA CEUs will be offered

The program has been approved by AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language to offer LSLS™ CEUs.
 LSLS CEU Hours Awarded: 5.5  

First PSA Meeting of 2014-15  - Tuesday 10/21/14

Professional Development @ Cleary School October 29, 2014  

Our first PSA meeting of the year will be held on Tuesday, October 21st at 7:00 pm in the Cleary School lunch room. Hope to see you there. *Please note, there will be no child care available that evening. 

NAD Representative visits Cleary School 

On October 1, 2014 Tawny Holmes, Equal Justice Works Fellow at the National Assoc. of the Deaf, visits Cleary School for the Deaf today! Ms. Holmes has experience teaching all grade levels and will speak to students at Cleary School covering topics like story telling, careers, and self advocacy. NAD






TFCU Makes a Generous Donation to Cleary School for the Deaf

Teachers’ Federal Credit Union, Nesconset Branch, generously donated $500 to Cleary School’s “Read Every Day” Library Program. Through a local partnership to support the Long Island Community, Cleary was the recipient of a special award in TFCU’s “Give A Hoot” Program. Cleary School is proud and honored to be recognized by the Teachers’ Federal Credit Union for our outstanding reading initiative and programming. This funding further supports Cleary’s Library Program which motivates students to read and write. As always, Cleary School for the Deaf is wholly focused on the success of each individual student and greatly appreciates the community support from TFCU.
Pictured in the above photo (left to right, back row): Micki Cahill, Nancy Tenure, Jackie Simms, Kathy Federkiel, Gissell Ardiano, Estefany Flores, Ellen McCarthy, Jennifer Gunn. Front row: Ashley Adams, Venera Garcia, Hailey Grosso, Rebecca Landi, and Imani Fernandez 

It's not too late!!!! Help Team Cleary reach our Walk4Hearing goal!

    We would like to take the opportunity to thank all of those that attended the Walk4Hearing in NYC on Sunday as well as all of those who supported Team Cleary by donating. We had 75 walkers representing Team Cleary and together we raised over $7,000! It was a fantastic day filled with fun!
       We remind you the Walk is still accepting donations for a few more weeks, so, please let your friends and relatives know they can still sponsor Team Cleary. Although we gather once a year for the Walk, The Hearing Loss Associations of America would like to remind you that they are the nations's leading organization representing people with hearing loss and are available to you for information, education, advocacy, and support throughout the year. Please visit their website for more information: www.hearingloss.org

Congratulations and a million thanks for being such determined, spirited, and compassionate friends of the NYC Walk4Hearing and Team Cleary. 

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.