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NYISE 2018 Winter Concert Performances
The NYISE Students of the Youth Employment Strategies Program had an amazing afternoon with Bradford and Bryan Manning, co-founders of Two Blind Brothers https://twoblindbrothers.com/ .
NYI Alumnus attends Blind Hockey Clinic
James McEnroe (current Teacher Assistant and NYI Alumnus) attended the Blind Hockey Clinic held at Lasker Rink in Central Park.
Successful Food Drive Make Delivery to Food Pantry
The students delivered the food to POTS (Part of The Solution) in the Bronx. They feed 25,000 people a year. Once again we got the help of students from Fordham Prep to complete the delivery.
STEM S-TEAM DAY
STEM S-TEAM DAY was celebrated on November 8th.
It is a day meant to inspire kids to explore and pursue their interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.
NYISE Programs Hosting Food Drive
November is Hunger Awareness month. Schermerhorn, Van Cleve and the Readiness Programs will be hosting a food drive to feed thousands of families in need.
News12: Special-needs students celebrate White Cane Day
Bronx students with special needs celebrated their achievements Monday as part of White Cane Day.
Crosby-Phelps Gets Ready for Halloween
Schermerhorn students compete in a juried art competition and exhibition
The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) holds an annual juried art competition and exhibition for artists who are visually impaired and blind.
Sixth and seventh graders learn about the Hudson River Estuary
. Thanks to a grant from the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation, the South Street Seaport Museum have developed and implemented a program about the Hudson River Estuary.