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


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 Deasy School Hours  8:55 am - 3:40 pm




Current News

A Special Author Visit for Deasy Students

Deasy School first-grade teacher Steve Bromberg shared his recently published book “Simple Sam Eats…What?” with students and faculty as part of the school PTA’s Pick a Reading Partner celebration.
Bromberg, who writes under the pen name Mr. B, has been employed with the Glen Cove City School District for 10 years. He said it was amazing to be able to share his writing.

“It’s one thing to share your work with family and friends, but to show my students that their writing can become reality is a major accomplishment,” he said.

During the assemblies, Bromberg read his book to the entire student body, who came dressed in pajamas for the PARP activity. He also read the transcript of his new book, which he hopes to get published. In both stories, the main character tries to overcome his apprehension of trying new things such as foods, roller coasters, etc.

According to Bromberg, one major goal when writing his books is to make them easy enough for first- and second-graders to read individually and with their parents. He also makes them pliable for other teachers to use as part of a classroom lesson. 

Cards for Safyre

Prior to winter break, first-grade students in Jaclyn Sandler and Jessica Thompson’s class at Deasy School created holiday cards for Safyre Terry, a burn victim and orphan from Schenectady, New York.
Two years ago, Safyre’s father, sister and two brothers were killed in a fire. Safyre was found next to her father, who used his body to shield her from the flames. She is the sole survivor of the blaze, although she suffered burns on more than 75 percent of her body. Safyre's only Christmas wish was to receive holiday cards in order to fill up her tree cardholder.

Teachers explained to students that although Safyre no longer has her family, she is still thankful for what she does have. The students were also read “The Thankful Book” by Todd Parr to reinforce the message of being grateful.
Tuesday, February 09, 2016