Things Were A Hoppin’ At Cleary School for the Deaf
The children in all of the classes at Cleary School were treated to a very special visitor recently. Everyone had a hoppin’ good time!
Cleary School is a state supported, not-for-profit, private school that provides educational services for children with a hearing loss from birth through 21. Cleary School has served the Deaf community of Long Island since 1925. Viewing all children as capable and unique learners with diverse needs, Cleary offers a comprehensive range of programs and activities with a focus on the development of language and communication skills. The child-centered environment at Cleary meets the communications needs of children enrolled in our auditory-oral or sign-based programs and provides related therapies as mandated on the child’s IEP. This is all accomplished in a child-first, child-friendly environment.
For more information about the Cleary School for the Deaf, visit www.Clearyschool.org or call 631-588-0530 if you would like a tour of the school.