News 12 came to our campus to interview our students and staff to learn more about our thoughts and the impact that the CODA film has on us and the community. We shared with them that the CODA film has made a profound impact not only on the Deaf community but the international community. It […]
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Young Artists Celebrate Their Special Exhibit at Long Island Children’s Museum
Mill Neck, NY — November 30, 2021 — Excitement charged the autumn air on October 22, as 30 students and 20 staff from Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf boarded two buses to the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM) in Garden City. Aside from participating in the interactive exhibit spaces the museum is famous […]
Mill Neck, NY — October 25, 2021 — Dazzling sunshine graced the Mill Neck Manor campus on a recent Saturday morning. The initial quiet soon gave way to an intermittent chorus of barking dogs as nearly 35 canines and their human companions gathered for Mill Neck’s first Blessing of the Animals. Pastor Anthony Giordano, the […]
Mill Neck, NY — October 12, 2021 — Earlier this year, Elizabeth Thompson, a Graduate Fellow from The Rockefeller University, contacted Mill Neck Interpreter Service (MNIS) to inquire about interpreting services for a monthly podcast series, Politics Under the Microscope. Thompson is a Co-Host and Co-Founder of the podcast, a collaborative effort of graduate students […]
“HIS WARMTH STILL CIRCULATES THROUGH THIS BUILDING” EDWARD MINICOZZI, SR. HONORED AT MILL NECK Mill Neck, NY — September 29, 2021 — Mill Neck Manor estate was buzzing with excitement last week, as community members, friends, and several generations of the Minicozzi family came together to celebrate the renaming of the Mill Neck Manor School […]
The Mill Neck Family of Organizations is pleased to announce modified plans that will allow its Apple Festival—an annual tradition on Long Island since the 1950s—to proceed this year. On Saturday and Sunday, October 9 and 10 from 11 am – 4 pm, Mill Neck will present the “Best of the Festival” as a Drive-Thru […]
As reported in the Sea Cliff/Glen Head Herald.