• East Lake Learns About Fire Safety

    This week East Lake students in Kindergarten through Grade 2 had the opportunity to learn about fire prevention and fire safety. The Massapequa Fire Department held an assembly for our students. The theme of this year's program is "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety" learning about how smoke alarms and alert devices can assist the deaf or hard of hearing.

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  • High-Flying Science Lessons Engage Massapequa Students

    Young scientists in the Massapequa School District are learning by doing. They are exploring different scientific concepts by thinking, building, testing and tinkering, the same steps that the professionals follow.

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  • Multi-Digit Math at East Lake

    Students in Mrs. Fraccalvieri's 5th grade class are currently working on multi-digit math. The students used the box method and partial products to solve multi-digit multiplication problems.

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  • Fun with Fundations at East Lake

    During today's Fundations lesson, first grade students in Mrs. D'Angelo's class practiced their amazing letter writing skills. They are all becoming so proficient with their letters!

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  • Putting Their Personalities on the Page at East Lake

    For the first few weeks of the school year, students at East Lake Elementary School have been enjoying some getting-to-know-you activities as part of their daily routines to build a sense of community in the classrooms.

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  • My Name in Lines and Patterns at East Lake

    While in Mrs. Krakoff's art class, the kindergarten students from Ms. Estelle's (Mrs.LaBosco's)class, created works of art with their names. The students drew out their names, then using watercolor paints, filled in the names with different lines and patterns to finish the piece.

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  • Massapequa Welcomes the Class of 2034

    Homecoming and prom are still several years away, but until then, Massapequa’s new kindergartners will be making lots of other great memories as they venture through elementary school, and eventually into middle school and high school.

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  • East Lake Gets to Know Each Other With Math

    Students in Ms. Orologio's 3rd grade math class used different math strategies to complete their Math All About Me posters and are ready for an exciting school year!

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  • All About My #Selfie at East Lake

    Students in Mr. Hoehn's 4th grade class are currently working on a writing project to get to know each other. The students are writing creative biographies to share about themselves.

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  • The Best Thing about East Lake Kindergarten

    As a creative writing project, students in Mrs. Fitzsimmon’s kindergarten class wrote what they each felt was the best thing they learned in kindergarten.They also drew wonderful pictures to describe their writing.

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  • East Lake Students Create a Living Museum

    As a culmination to a recent biography unit, students in Mrs. Sicignano's class, turned their classroom into a living museum. The students dressed in character to represent famous people who came to life to tell about their lives for all who visited the museum.

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  • Kindness and Love Bloom at East Lake

    After learning about communities this year as part of the social studies curriculum, second graders at East Lake Elementary School wanted to show that they are good citizens.

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  • Contest Winner received Ride to East Lake 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. This year's theme - "Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!”

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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

John Adams

“There are two types of education... One should teach us how to make a living, And the other how to live.”

-John Adams

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