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  • Kicking Off Kindness Month at Lockhart

    “Be the ‘I’ in Kind” is the motto for February at Lockhart Elementary School, but the goal is that the message resonates with children well beyond the 29 days. All students and staff gathered for an assembly on Feb. 3 which focused on kindness.

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  • Lockhart Kindergartners Celebrate Koala Day

    Our Lockhart Kindergartners dressed all in GRAY to celebrate "KOALA DAY!" The children had made donations to the WWF for a symbolic adoption of a Koala and to help raise money to save these threatened animals.

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  • Fourth Graders Immersed in Native American History

    The Native Americans of Long Island and New York are a focal point of the fourth grade social studies curriculum and students in Massapequa recently had a hands-on history lesson. Educators from Journeys Into American Indian Territory visited East Lake and Lockhart elementary schools in January to share their expertise.

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  • Unboxing Their Imaginations at Lockhart

    What’s a better way to think outside of the box then transforming a box? That was the challenge for fourth grade students in the Magnet program at Lockhart Elementary School, who had to turn ordinary cardboard boxes into anything they imagined.

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  • Lockhart Students had a Mad Science Experience

    Lockhart third grade students had a Mad Science day! Students were amazed as they learned about the states of matter, and how to manipulate matter in all of its states!

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  • Lockhart Fire Prevention Poster Winners

    Students were invited to a special presentation from the Massapequa Fire Department and were invited to participate in a poster contest. Congratulations to all the winners!

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  • Ready, Set, Read for PARP at Lockhart!

    To kickoff PARP, our special area teachers shared some of their favorite stories with their classes today. Students were excited to learn about books their teachers enjoy and how reading motivates them to be the best they can be.

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  • Lockhart Fifth-Grade Students Visit Commerce Plaza

    The fifth-grade students at Lockhart Elementary School attended Commerce Plaza in Levittown to learn practical career skills. Students interviewed for positions prior to going, received jobs and prepared for a day of real-world working experience.

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Albert Einstein

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

-Albert Einstein

Mark Twain

“Learning softeneth the heart and breedeth gentleness and charity.”

-Mark Twain

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