• East Lake Exploring the Senses

    Students in Mrs. Findlay's class just finished up a unit on the 5 senses. The students made fizzy ice cubes with water and baking soda. Then described the ice cubes using their senses.

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  • East Lake Students are Masters of Disguise

    There was a bug invasion in a fourth grade classroom at East Lake Elementary School, but the paper critters were a little hard to spot as it was part of a lesson on camouflage.

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  • East Lake Students Rock Their Socks for Down Syndrome Awareness

    Socks with colorful stripes, cartoon characters and pictures of food adorned the feet of students at East Lake Elementary School on March 22 to mark World Down Syndrome Day. Mismatched socks and custom designed Massapequa Rock Your Socks footwear were also popular choices.

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  • East Lake Fire Safety Poster 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. This year's theme - "Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!”

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  • East Lake PARP Ends with a Gift

    During the course of this year's PARP (Pick a Reading Partner) program, the students at East Lake School not only enjoyed reading with a special partner each day, they had the opportunity to play a virtual trivia challenge, complete a "Finish the story" writing activity, win raffles, as well as, share selfies of themselves and their partners reading.

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  • Lucky Leprechauns at East Lake

    East Lake first graders in Ms. Corbett's class were on the lookout! There was a leprechaun on the loose in East Lake school! Students had the opportunity to participate in a fun virtual scavenger hunt around East Lake to find the missing Leprechaun

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  • Found Art at East Lake

    During the last week of school, before the schools were closed down during the pandemic last year, students had been working on clay creations in Mrs. Krakoff's Art classes.

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  • Egg-citing Egg Drop Prep at East Lake

    Students in East Lake's 5th Grade STEAM are preparing for an EGG-CITING egg drop competition. They are designing and constructing devices to be launched in an egg drop contest.

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  • 2021 East Lake PARP Winners

    As East Lake School continues to participate in PARP - Pick A Reading partner, we are happy to congratulate all of our EL Raffle winners! Keep Reading!

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  • Name that Binary Bracelet at East Lake School

    Grade 4 students in Mrs. Gennardo's STEAM classes, are studying code. They started learning about coding by understanding what an Algorithms is, and how to write line of code using the website CODE.ORG

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  • Reading is Always in Season at East Lake

    Reading should be a year-round activity, and that is the message for children for this year’s Pick a Reading Partner program at East Lake Elementary School. The theme is “Reading Through the Seasons” and on March 9, students dressed up to reflect the four seasons.

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  • East Lake Celebrates Dr. Seuss's Birthday!

    Read Across America / Dr. Seuss Day was created to encourage children to read more books and promote excitement for reading. East Lake is doing just that.

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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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