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

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

Important Dates

Deasy School Hours  8:55 am - 3:40 pm




Current News

Local Author Visits Deasy First-Graders


Darlene Gaffney, a retired literacy teacher, local author and grandmother of student Samantha Morales, recently visited Deasy School first-graders in Mary Maloney’s class.

 Gaffney read her new published book, “Raffie Reads,” in which a giraffe named Raffie walks around the zoo learning about letters and sounds and how to stretch those sounds into words. After reading the book, the students sang songs and did an activity to practice stretching out sounds to make words. Gaffney brought books to autograph for the students so that they can share this wonderful story with their friends and family.

Deasy Hosts Parent University


Deasy Outreach sponsored a Parent University on Oct. 26. While the parents came to “school” for the night, Deasy students showed up dressed in pajamas to watch “Hotel Transylvania 2.”

Parents took part in the following workshops:
•    Book Talk: English language arts coordinator Andrew DiNapoli discussed the importance of reading as a tool that furthers comprehension and understanding. Parents walked away with accessible strategies that could be used when engaging in reading-based conversations with their children.
•     Math for Tomorrow: math coordinator Cassie Shannon offered fundamentals to Common Core math, enabling parents to better support their children’s learning.
•    STEAM Session: STEAM teacher Jessica McKenna taught parents how to navigate their way through various databases and resources that Glen Cove has available for them to use at home with their children.

The evening was well attended by parents and children.

Deasy Health Fair


Deasy students learned about healthy habits when nursing students from Molloy College visited their school for a health fair on Oct. 18.

The students took part in a variety of informational sessions that educated them on the importance of healthy eating and exercise. They also learned about the size and function of the heart and ran in place before taking their pulse.

The dental hygiene session offered students tips on how to properly brush their teeth, while hand hygiene focused on the importance of washing hands regularly. They also learned about emergency supplies to keep in a backpack.

The students had a wonderful time at the health fair and learned many valuable facts to keep themselves healthy in the future. A special thanks to the nursing students at Molloy College for sharing their time with the children.

Tuesday, December 06, 2016