•  East Lake Lighthouse Showcase 

    East Lake Lighthouse Showcase 

    Students in Mrs. Gennardo's Grade 4 Magnet class have studied various lighthouses around the world. They each researched a specific lighthouse and then created replicas using recyclable materials

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  •  East Lake Kindergartners Enjoy Tea Time With Mom

    East Lake Kindergartners Enjoy Tea Time With Mom

    Chocolate chip cookies and iced tea were on the menu as kindergartners at East Lake Elementary School dined with their moms on May 8. The morning Mother’s Day tea has been an annual event for nearly two decades.

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  •  East Lake Student's Write For Moms

    East Lake Student's Write For Moms

    Recently, the students in Mrs. Farrell's first grade class learned how to create their own books working online with Book Creator. The students pre wrote 10 reasons why they love their mom.

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  •  East Lake Student Rides to School on a Fire Truck!

    East Lake Student Rides to School on a Fire Truck!

    Earlier this school year, through the Massapequa Fire Department, East Lake students in kindergarten through third grade were invited to participate in a fire prevention poster contest.

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  •  East Lake  Publishing Party

    East Lake Writers Have a Publishing Party

     East Lake Elementary  students in Mrs. Lindroth's 2nd grade class celebrated their completion of their nonfiction books with a publishing party.  Each student chose a topic of choice to research. 

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  •  Invention convention

    Young Inventors Find Solutions at East Lake

    Fifth graders channeled the likes of Edison, Franklin and Tesla with their new products, which were recently showcased at the annual Invention Convention at East Lake Elementary School.

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    East Lake Students Become Young Inventors

    Hey, Shark Tank, here comes East Lake's Incredible Invention Convention. The creativity of the East Lake 5th Grade Magnet students certainly rose to the occasion. There is a new crop of inventors in town.

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  •  Commerce Plaza 2024

    East Lake Has Young Entrepreneurs

    East Lake's 5th Graders got down to business at Commerce Plaza. The fifth-graders gained an understanding of the business world when they took a field trip to Commerce Plaza, the Children’s Business Center for Tomorrow’s Business Leaders. The Levittown-based center enables students to learn about various careers by immersing them in a simulated business environment.

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    East Lake Rocks Their Socks!

    Thursday, March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day. A day signifying the uniqueness of the 21st chromosome which causes Down Syndrome. The Down Syndrome International encourages friends all over the world to choose activities raising awareness of what Down Syndrome is and how people with Down Syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities. 

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  • SF 2024

    The World’s Wonders on Display at Science Discovery Fair

    Curiosities about the world were the impetus behind the 78 projects featured in the Massapequa School District’s annual Science Discovery Fair on March 16. It was open to students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

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  •  FPS

    East Lake Fire Prevention Contest Winners

    Earlier this school year, through the Massapequa Fire Department,  Massapequa students in kindergarten through third grade were invited to participate in a fire prevention poster contest.

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  •  World Language

    Love of Language Brings all Learners Together

    Youngsters were invited to discover the world at the Massapequa School District’s 19th annual World Language Festival on March 14. The event was held at Massapequa High School and featured activities celebrating the five languages taught in the district – American Sign Language, French, German, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish.

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  •  Leprechauns

    East Lake Tries to Catch a Leprechaun

    Students in Mrs. Poveromo's Kindergarten class collaborated with Mrs. Gennardo's 5th grade Magnet students to construct leprechaun traps. The students used simple materials and the engineering design process to create fabulous designs.

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    East Lake Supports Mighty Madison and the St. Baldricks Foundation

    Recently East Lake Elementary School was recognized by Mighty Massapequa as the top fundraising school.

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Albert Einstein

“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.”

-Albert Einstein

-Alexander Graham Bell

Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.

-Alexander Graham Bell

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