We interviewed 3 students to find out how technology and accessibility impact their lives.Uploaded Mar 06, 2018. Also listed in Programs, Media Gallery, and 8 more
Stéphane Matteau is a former National Hockey League player who played over 800 regular season games and known as a New York Rangers legendary hero. Here he is interviewed by NYI teacher Anthony Apuzzi and Mr. Matteau has some advice for the students.
Learn more about him here: https://youtu.be/-zvhSCPL4hw
Short video of some of the best holiday photos with the soundtrack of a holiday performance recorded in 1964. Enjoy.Uploaded Jan 01, 2018. Also listed in Media Gallery, Enriched Curriculum, and 7 more
Photographs taken during Art Classes with Schermerhorn and Van Cleve students. Music by Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel - Acoustic GardenUploaded Dec 14, 2017. Also listed in Programs, Media Gallery, and 5 more
Created by student Kevin Figueroa, this video is an overview of the residential students and staff preparing and enjoying a large feast in celebration of Thanksgiving. Additional photos of the event are available in the Media Gallery's Photo Album: http://www.nyise.org/apps/album/index.jsp?dir=95517/14588/31320&backLink=&backTitle=
A compilation of photos from past school Thanksgiving celebrations from 2010 to the 2016. Video playing to the song "That's What Friends Are For" - Piano Solo by Burt Bacharach
Short 1 minute video of some photographs of music education at NYISE taken in 1937 and 2017.Uploaded Nov 08, 2017. Also listed in Museum and Archive, Media Gallery, and 7 more
At NYISE, we celebrate it with a parade up and down Pelham Parkway and a mobility related scavenger hunt. Parents are encouraged to attend and participate and many walk proudly with their children. Prior to the parade, the student make posters and signs to carry during the parade. The children look forward to the event and enjoy being stars of the parade each year.Uploaded Oct 16, 2017. Also listed in Media Gallery, Student Life, and 4 more
For over 60 years, the Institute had a separate Deaf-Blind Department. The original building that opened in 1938 is now where the business office and museum are located. It was a significant program that was very innovative and progressive since its inception.
From 1964-1965, before the development of a vaccine against the disease, a rubella epidemic swept the United States. Of children whose mothers are infected during their first trimester of pregnancy, studies suggest that between 50% and 90% would suffer from Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS). During that short period, there were 12.5 million cases of rubella. Twenty thousand children were born with CRS: 11,000 were deaf, 3,500 blind, and 1,800 mentally retarded. It was this epidemic that lead to the Institute building Frampton Hall which severed this population for over 30 years.
As this population grew out of school age, the Institute started our current pre-school program in Frampton Hall. The Readiness Program provides special education services to children ages 3-5. Students who have been identified as a preschooler with a disability and have a recommendation for special education are placed in the program through their local Committee on Preschool Special Education.
Sampling of the activites by our talented artists in Art Class with Dan LubinerUploaded Sep 09, 2017. Also listed in Programs and Enriched Curriculum