Employment opportunities are now available. Check out our employment page in the contact us section for more information.
St. Joseph's School for the Deaf will maximize the potential of each student and foster competence in literacy, critical thought, citizenship and personal independence through educational experiences that are purposeful, equitable and engaging.
Celebrating 150 Years!
Every year SJSD is the recipient of different donations from a list of generous donors. This year was no exception. We remain grateful for the various contributions made over the past year and with to thank publicly our very special donors. Being recognized is never their motivation for their support of SJSD, but it always a pleasure for us to take a moment and extend a heartfelt 'thank you' to them.
For a full list of our donors for the 2018-2019 school year click here.
If you would like to donate contact us at 718.828.9000 or email Debra Arles
Remote learning for public school students starts on Monday, March 23. In the meantime, keep kids' minds occupied with these free activities.
ONLINE LEARNING/WEBSITES FOR STUDENTS
http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/ - It is free and has tons of educational games that are fun.
https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/games/ - Not only for games but there are videos WITH CLOSED CAPTIONS YAY!
https://www.funbrain.com/ - adorable interactive website that has grade levels K - 8
Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours on your Couch!
Get free access to Buncee Classroom
I Can Read www.icanread.com
Get Epic! https://www.getepic.com/
KidLit Tv https://kidlit.tv/
is an online resource provided by the Smithsonian Institution offering daily news articles, K-12. It is also available in Spanish
NYCReads365 – https://www.schools.nyc.gov/get-involved/families/nyc-reads-365) - a citywide reading initiative promoting independent reading with diverse lists of educator vetted titles on a range of topics and genres.
We Need Diverse Books https://diversebooks.org/
– a non-profit organization that advocates for and promotes diverse literature.
Common Lit https://www.commonlit.org/en
https://dsl.richmond.edu/panorama/ (love this)
https://www.bunkhistory.org/ (love this, fun to go through the exhibits)
https://www.quill.org/ (very good for ELA)