• Math in Action at East Lake

    During a recent math lesson, students in Mrs. Lindroth's second grade class had the opportunity to work with Mrs. Voigt, one of Massapequa's Math Coaches.

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  • East Lake Journeys into American Indian Territory

    Fourth grade students at East Lake School, recently had the opportunity to experience what life was like for our Native Americans. The mission of this journey is to bring an authentic Native American experience to children and adults alike, where ancient teachings meet the modern world.

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  • East Lake Students Write Their Own Non Fiction Books

    Students in Mrs. Ready’s 3rd grade class are currently in the process of writing their own non-fiction books. The students have been researching information on some of their favorite things or people.

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  • East Lake Students Flex Their Detective Skills

    Fifth Grade Students in Mrs. Gennardo's Magnet class, learned how to be top-notch detectives. The students have been studying spies and espionage. They had the opportunity to participate in a video conference called Operation Code Cracker.

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  • East Lake Students Learn about Communication Styles

    Recently in a session of To Good For Drugs supervised by Ms. Houlihan, the students in Mrs. Fraccalvieri's 5th grade class, learned about "Communication Styles" The children participated in an interactive play "Captain Goldworlthy and the Treasure Map."

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  • East Lake Boasts Statewide Art Contest Winner

    Gabriella C., a fifth grader at East Lake Elementary School in the Massapequa School District, was the elementary level winner in the 2020 New York State Youth Art Month flag design contest.

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  • Creative Confections at East Lake

    A long-standing tradition continued at East Lake Elementary School on Dec. 5 as parents joined first grade students to make gingerbread houses. The annual family activity was held in the cafeteria where it was OK to get a little messy.

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  • East Lake Takes On The Hour of Code

    This week throughout East Lake library classes, the East Lake students participated in the Hour of Code, A one-hour world wide initiative to the introduction of computer science designed to demystify coding (aka programming).

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  • East Lake Conquers Decimals

    Students in Mrs. Fraccalvieri's 5th grade class recently worked on adding and subtracting decimals. They sharpened their math skills using place value charts, wipe off sleeves and group work.

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  • East Lake Student Council Spreads Joy

    It’s the season for giving and students at East Lake Elementary School have taken that message to heart. The student council is hosting its annual toy drive, with donations of new, unwrapped toys being accepted through Dec. 18.

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  • My Best Personal Narratives Written at East Lake

    Students in Mrs. Sicignano's class were asked to create a personal narrative. The students were asked to choose a topic special to them and write a personal narrative about it. The stories were amazing.

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  • East Lake Has Fun with Fundations

    As part of Fundations, our balanced literacy approach to reading and writing, students in Mrs. Fitzsimmon’s Kindergarten class had fun with writing their letters.

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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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