NYISE’s 185th Open House

School New York Yankee museum archivist John Hernandez (l) and New York Yankees historian Tony Morante had a great time at NYISE’s open house.
Photo by Laura Stone

In honor of its 185th anniversary, the New York Institute for Special Education held its annual open house on Saturday, June 4 offering the public a rare opportunity to learn about its legacy as one of the nation’s oldest and most respected schools providing specialized services for children with disabilities. The event featured family fun activities, a student art show, campus and museum tours and sports demonstrations.

A Schermerhorn Program student sculptured a commemorative cake.
Photo by Laura Stone

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