skip to main content

Welcome to Deasy

School Hours:  8:55 a.m. – 3:40 p.m.

Early Dismissal Time:  12:10 p.m.

Dosoris Lane & Forest Avenue, Glen Cove, NY 11542
Office: (516) 801-7110
Nurse: (516) 801-7160

 

 

 

Our School Song

(read the lyrics)

 

Welcome Letter 2016 (English) (Spanish)
Important Information Packet (English) (Spanish)

Important Dates

School Vacation Activities at the Glen Cove Public Library

 


Deasy School Hours  8:55 am - 3:40 pm

 

Announcements

​ 

Current News

Literacy Centers Reinforce Learning at Deasy

Literacy Centers Reinforce Learning at Deasy Photo

Kindergarten students in Kathleen Chou’s class at Deasy read, wrote sentences on wipe boards, matched like-sounding words and practiced writing their ABCs during literacy centers arranged by their teacher.

Throughout the school year, the students have learned new skills to help them with reading and writing. Throughout the week of June 12, Chou set up literacy centers to target learned skills and improve on ones the students have already acquired. The centers were designed for all types of learners, including higher-level and grade-level students.





Finley Students Bring Spanish Lesson to Deasy

Finley Students Bring Spanish Lesson to Deasy photo
Finley Middle School seventh-graders Madison Patino and Yohana Cartagena Alas from Mrs. Christine Skaar's Spanish class taught Deasy School first-graders in Ms. Amanda Podmeyer's class colors and animals in Spanish. During the lesson, students had fun singing, dancing and coloring, all while learning the Spanish language. The middle school students planned the entire lesson and the younger children had a great time.

Deasy First-Graders Learn About Inventions

Deasy First-Graders Learn About Inventions Photo

Deasy first-graders explored a collection of inventions from the past and learned about the special functions of historical inventions such as the telephone and the meat grinder when the Long Island Children’s Museum’s Spirit of Invention workshop visited their school.

The students were excited to hear about the lives of famous inventors such as George Washington Carver and Marie Curie. The also used their knowledge of technology, problem-solving skills and creativity to create their own futuristic invention using an assortment of recycled materials.

A Visit to Suffolk County Farm for Deasy Students

A Visit to Suffolk County Farm for Deasy Students Photo

Deasy kindergarteners recently visited the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank and had an opportunity to be part of a working farm.

The students were able to see and pet many animals they have read about and written about. They also participated in an embryology class that reinforced their classroom experience hatching ducks and fed many of the animals on the farm. The students were able to use all of their senses, as they learned about farm life. They giggled as the goats licked their hands when they fed them and listened closely for all of the distinct sounds around them. There was so much to see and learn. Kameron in Wendy Romanoff’s class said that the best part of the farm trip was the hayride. He liked singing ‘YAH-HOO” each time the class saw other children, adults, or workers on the farm. Kindergartener Kaitlyn Grech couldn’t decide her favorite part of the trip. “I just loved everything about it,” she said.

Friday, July 21, 2017
Backpack