• Reading Workshop in First Grade

    Students in Mrs. Cockerill's first grade class learned about retelling stories using strategies and reading comprehension. After reading Mimi and Bear in the Snow by Janee Trasler students were able to retell the story to each other with full details. They all enjoyed being able to share highlights from the book.

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  • Creative Architecture

    After reading Iggy Peck’s Big Project Book for Amazing Architects, by Angela Beaty and learning about different types of architecture, students in Mrs. Gennardo's 4th Grade magnet class had the opportunity to see where creativity meets curiosity and critical thinking. Students were asked to design a blueprint and create their own unique themed playgrounds.

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  • Student Musicians Bring Joy to the Community

    Young musicians from the district recently performed at a pair of holiday events in the community.

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  • East Lake Toy Drive has Kids Helping Kids

    The student council at East Lake Elementary School always strives to help others, and that was the guiding principle behind its annual holiday toy drive.

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  • Technology Connecting East Lake Students With the World

    Third-grade students are extending their learning outside the friendly confines of East Lake Elementary School by connecting with children on the other side of the world.

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  • Creative Holiday Writing

    After reading the book, Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins by Eric Kimmel and Trina Schart Hyman, students in Mrs. LaTorre's 3rd grade class were asked to write a creative work on a magical dreidel. Using Google Docs on their Chromebooks the students wrote very creative stories. Soon to be followed up with a creative writing piece for the Runaway Reindeer.

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  • World Language Day

    Fifth grade students at East Lake School had the opportunity to try out new languages during World Language Day.

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  • Massapequa Musicians Get All-County Nod

    More than 100 students from the district were selected for the 2019 All-County Music Festival, hosted by the Nassau Music Educators Association. Concert performances will be held in January at the Tilles Center.

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Albert Einstein

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

-Albert Einstein

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Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.

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