NYSD Homecoming Wrap Up

There was an added edge to the September 24th Homecoming festivities this year, as the rival team, American School for the Deaf (ASD) is nearing their 200th Anniversary, as well. Both schools were prepared to compete in a friendly, but fierce, competition.

Volleyball Results
NYSD vs American School for the Deaf
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NYSD’s volleyball team opened Homecoming Day with a four set win over American School for the Deaf (25-18, 25-10, 24-26, 25-20).  During the first two sets, the girls played with such high energy and passion. As for our third set, we became a little too comfortable and allowed American School for the Deaf respond with strong play & they won this set.

Our girls were able to escape with a victory after fourth set. Samantha P. led the team with 23 service points, 8 aces, 2 assists, and 5 digs. Anjel P. earned 10 service points, 1 ace, two assists, and a kill. -Head Coach Kandace Morris

Soccer Results
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NYSD’s first game of the season fell on Homecoming this year against American School for the Deaf (ASD).  This was a special game, as both NYSD and ASD are nearing their 200th Anniversary. NYSD started off a little rusty in the first half, but found their stride and played well. ASD managed to get one in the net and then ASD earned a penalty kick from and NYSD foul in the goal zone, ending the first half with a score of 0-2.

NYSD improved their passing game in the second half and stepped up their defensive game. The team earned a penalty kick opportunity in the second half, but unfortunately missed the net.

Player Highlight Statistics
GK Fernando T.- 10 saves
GK Joey P.- 2 saves
Chris M.- 1 shot, 2 saves
Martin T.- 2 shots
Yazeed A.- 2 shots, 3 corner kicks
Carlos V.- 1 shot

Fanwood’s Homecoming Pep Rally

2016-hc-banner-finalThe Deaf Awareness Week activities culminated in a school-wide Pep Rally, in anticipation of the Homecoming games this Saturday.

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All students and staff members showed their support to the Volleyball and Soccer teams as they prepare to face American School for the Deaf tomorrow.

There is an added edge to the Homecoming festivities this year, as ASD is nearing their 200th Anniversary, too. Both schools are looking forward to a friendly, but fierce, competition. CLICK HERE FOR PEP RALLY PICTURES

 

Fanwood Welcomes Sunshine 2.0 for Deaf Awareness Week

In honor of the 2016 Deaf Awareness Week, Fanwood was thrilled to welcome RIT/NTID’s Sunshine 2.0!2016 Deaf Awareness Week

The talented group performed for the students and staff members AND provided workshops and activities
highlighting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), Literacy, Deaf Culture and American Sign Language.

CLICK HERE FOR PICTURES FROM THEIR VISIT


White Plains, NY September 2016New York School for the Deaf, also known as Fanwood, commemorates Deaf Awareness Week (DAW) through events and activities with the goal of raising awareness about the Deaf Community, Deaf Culture, and Deaf History.

In a kick-off presentation to students and staff members, Superintendent, Dr. Harold Mowl, shared that “celebrating Deaf Awareness Week cultivates a sense of pride in our students; pride in themselves, and their culture. This is an opportunity for communities all around the world to recognize the language, culture, and experiences of Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals.”

In honor of the School’s upcoming 200th Anniversary, “Fanwood Deaf History & Culture” will be a recurring theme threaded throughout each activity. Deaf Jeopardy competitions and a campus-wide Scavenger Hunt are planned for later in the week. Students will also have the opportunity to share their summer experience at various leadership and development camps, and Fanwood will host a panel discussion with professionals in the Deaf community.

2016-hc-banner-finalThe week’s activities will culminate in a school-wide Pep Rally, in anticipation of the Homecoming games this weekend. Fanwood’s Volleyball and Soccer teams will compete against American School for the Deaf (ASD), on Saturday, September 24, 2016. There is an added edge to the Homecoming festivities this year, as ASD is nearing their 200th Anniversary, too. Both schools are looking forward to a friendly, but fierce, competition.

For more information about New York School for the Deaf, please visit www.nysd.net

New York School for the Deaf Celebrates Deaf Awareness Week

FSE02_MSETWhite Plains, NY September 20, 2016New York School for the Deaf, also known as Fanwood, commemorates Deaf Awareness Week (DAW) through events and activities with the goal of raising awareness about the Deaf Community, Deaf Culture, and Deaf History.

In a kick-off presentation to students and staff members, Superintendent, Dr. Harold Mowl, shared that “celebrating Deaf Awareness Week cultivates a sense of pride in our students; pride in themselves, and their culture. This is an opportunity for communities all around the world to recognize the language, culture, and experiences of Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals.”

In honor of the School’s upcoming 200th Anniversary, “Fanwood Deaf History & Culture” will be a recurring theme threaded throughout each activity. Deaf Jeopardy competitions and a campus-wide Scavenger Hunt are planned for later in the week. Students will also have the opportunity to share their summer experience at various leadership and development camps, and Fanwood will host a panel discussion with professionals in the Deaf community.

2016-hc-banner-finalThe week’s activities will culminate in a school-wide Pep Rally, in anticipation of the Homecoming games this weekend. Fanwood’s Volleyball and Soccer teams will compete against American School for the Deaf (ASD), on Saturday, September 24, 2016. There is an added edge to the Homecoming festivities this year, as ASD is nearing their 200th Anniversary, too. Both schools are looking forward to a friendly, but fierce, competition.

For more information about New York School for the Deaf, please visit www.nysd.net