Holocaust Survivor Speaks to DEC Students

Werner Reich, a Holocaust survivor, visited the Deaf Education Center to speak to students about the history of theHolocaust, the meaning behind the Nazi destruction and the challenges he faced throughout the Holocaust. Werner’s presentation was eye opening for the students, as he taught them about hate crimes and judgments, and gave them a better more »

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Island Symphony Orchestra Visits with Students at Mill Neck Manor

“Many students will not have the opportunity to see, hear, feel or try orchestral instruments and I think it is important for all the students to have access to the arts,” said Christine Finn, Music Therapist at Mill Neck. Sounds of Mozart floated through the air of the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf more »

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Mill Neck Soccer Team Plays in Annual ESDAA Tournament

By Larry Manning, Physical Education and Athletic Director Heading into the 2016 season, the Mill Neck Manor (MNM) soccer team had its sights set on the annual Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association (ESDAA) Soccer Tournament. Mill Neck returned five starters from last year’s team: Keren Guerra, Julio Reyes, Kevin Canales, Noel Rodriguez and Jose more »

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Mill Neck Services Helps Former DEC Student Get Back on his Feet

Wani, a former student of Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf, has spent most of his life in silence, unable to communicate with the world around him. Born Deaf, losing both of his parents at a young age coupled with a string of misfortunes, has landed Wani in a nursing home for the past more »

Cooking with the DEC

Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf goes beyond in-classroom learning and provides their students with real-life learning opportunities.  This summer, Deaf Education Center students went on many experiential learning excursions. One of which was learning how to cook. Each week, the students, along with staff, would go to different grocery stores to practice shopping more »

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Running for a Reason: Deaf Child’s Family Steps Up

For Vincenza and Daniel Garcia: it was simple. When their one-year-old niece, Giuliana Fullone, was diagnosed with severe hearing loss, they knew they wanted to do something special for her—give back somehow. But just mailing a check wasn’t going to cut it. Instead, they decided to make an impact—run 6.2 miles through the most magical more »

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Mill Neck Manor Students

The day before Spring Break, students from the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf and the Early Childhood Center enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt on the rolling hill leading up to the historic Mill Neck Manor House on campus. The event was coordinated by the MNM high school Student Body Government for the elementary, more »

Mill Neck Manor Team Wins Sportsmanship Award at Academic Bowl!

From March 10-13, the student representatives from Mill Neck Manor competed in the 2016 annual Gallaudet University Northeast Regional Academic Bowl hosted by New York School for the Deaf at Fanwood. The Mill Neck Manor Academic Bowl team received guidance from coaches Rebecca Pilson, and Rose Madera de Farruya. The team had four wins and more »

Mill Neck Welcomes New International Programs Director

The Mill Neck Family of Organizations is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Amy Wilson, Ph.D. as its new Director of International Programs. In this role, Dr. Wilson will be coordinating efforts between Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf and education professionals from other countries in order to facilitate training and development with more »

A Visit from Santa at JFK Airport for Mill Neck Students

In early December, Santa flew in by plane to John F. Kennedy International Airport to visit with the Mill Neck Manor Interact Club. Our youngsters in the School for the Deaf had the opportunity to meet with Santa individually and update him on their latest Christmas lists. Many thanks to the members of JFK Rotary more »

Opportunity for Expression and Empowerment for MNM Students

Collaboration. Expression. Empowerment. These reigned throughout the three-day music video workshop held recently for the high school students at Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf. This was the second time the students at the Deaf Education Center (DEC) participated in the workshop facilitated by the nonprofit Deaf Professional Arts Network (D-PAN). The Detroit-based D-PAN, more »

Deaf Awareness Week 2015

Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf celebrates Deaf Awareness Week (also known as International Week of the Deaf) from September 21-25, 2015. Stay tuned to social media for updates and fun photos of the events planned for the week! WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL WEEK OF THE DEAF (IWD)? International Week of the Deaf is an more »

Changing Trends in Cochlear Implantation Conference – October 6, 2015

  Medical, Research, Audiology, Neuropsychological & Rehabiliation Download the 2015 Conference Brochure Register Online Today!   CONFERENCE DATE Tuesday, October 6, 2015   CONFERENCE LOCATION Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf 40 Frost Mill Road, Mill Neck, NY 11765 (For GPS, use 34 Frost Mill Road)   REGISTRATION FEE $90 per person Register Online Today!   more »

Congratulations to Mill Neck Manor Class of 2015!

View photos from the ceremony on our Facebook page.  

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Deaf Reading Therapy Dog Visits Kindergarten Class

Yesterday, Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf’s Kindergarten Teacher Patricia Leone (Patty) brought in to school her Reading Therapy Dog Roger.  The students were so excited to meet Roger. It just so happens that Roger himself is Deaf and has learned to understand sign language.  A real connection was made between the students and more »

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