• 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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  • Art Day Kicks Off ABC Countdown at East Lake

    On May 20, first graders at East Lake Elementary School began their 26-day countdown to the end of the year, a number that is significant because it is the same amount of letters in the alphabet.

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  • East Lake Loves "Rocks"

    Students in Mrs. Quinn's 5th grade class learned about the rock cycle. The students used Starburst candy to simulate the rock cycle. They used the candy to demonstrate and explain the steps of the rock cycle

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  • Spring Writing at East Lake

    The first graders in Mrs. Laura's class talked about fun and exciting things they like to do in spring. This included playing outside, riding bikes, playing sports like softball, baseball, lacrosse and track.

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  • East Lake brought Idioms to School

    Recently fourth grade students in Mrs. LiCausi's class learned about idioms. As a culminating activity the class "brought an idiom to school"! The students dressed up as different idioms and had their classmates guess the idiom they were and its meaning!

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  • Cherry Blossoms for Mother’s Day at East Lake

    Students in Mrs. Hartmann-Pezzello class enjoyed celebrating spring in art. The students from Ms. Walsh's kindergarten class created Cherry Blossom paintings.

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  • The World Is In Our Hands at East Lake School

    Recently in Mrs. Lipori's and Ms. Gervase's classes, students celebrated Earth Day. They created the earth using cut out handprints. They also wrote about how each of them can love the Earth.

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  • An Earth Day Commitment to Recycling at East Lake

    Keeping the planet clean is a goal for students at East Lake Elementary School, and for Earth Day they identified ways they can do their part.

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  • Dragons Love Tacos at East Lake

    Mrs. Marshall's second grade class read the book, Dragon's Love Tacos, By: Adam Rubin. The students identified the Key Idea and details from the story in colorful tacos. In addition, they wrote about what happens when you feed a dragon spicy tacos....YIKES!

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  • Engineering Egg-citement at East Lake

    A month of researching, planning and building came to an exciting end on April 14 as student-designed contraptions flew out of windows in an egg drop competition at East Lake Elementary 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

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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