• Guess Who at East Lake

    East Lake Eagle students created an art installation using paint and their bodies! In art they used printmaking and mark making with paint on paper.

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  • Math Array Concepts at East Lake

    3rd graders in Mrs. Poveromo's class are working on math in small groups to review multiplication and division concepts while developing the prerequisite skills necessary for this concept of area.

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  • Fitness is in Season at East Lake

    Physical education classes had a holiday twist in December at East Lake Elementary School. Teachers Lauren Cinelli and Steve Donovan set up eight stations for students to enjoy, each with a seasonal theme.

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  • East Lake Tries Out Grinch Day

    It was Grinch Day for first graders at East Lake Elementary. The children came to school dressed in green, wearing a Santa hat or dressed as a character from the Dr. Seuss classic, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." Grinch activities went on throughout the day.

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  • East Lake First Graders Create Gingerbread Magic

    The East Lake First Grade students along with their adult companions created magical Gingerbread Houses as part of the holiday season. The students started with empty cartons, covered them in edible goodies to create their own versions of the perfect Gingerbread house.

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  • Holidays Around the World at East Lake

    Mrs. Pistillo's 1st grade class has been learning about holidays around the world. They have been visiting different countries and learning all about their holiday traditions.

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  • Science Floats at East Lake

    As students in Mrs. Finnerty's class wrapped up a unit on Matter. They had so much fun making root beer floats. The students were able to identify each state of matter, categorize each material as a solid, liquid, or gas, and describe some changing states of matter as well.

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  • From Kindergartners to Seniors, All Are Coding in Massapequ

    Behind every computer program is an intricate set of letters, numbers and symbols known as code, which tells the program how to work. Students throughout the Massapequa School District got a taste of coding, from basic to complex, during Computer Science Education Week from Dec. 6-12.

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  • Cultivating Kindness at East Lake

    This past week, 2nd & 3rd grade students participated in a Cultivate Kindness assembly. The assembly focused on the students’ ability to see the power of kindness in the world.

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  • East Lake Students Learn The Democratic Experience

    Fifth graders in Mrs. Dunston’s class had the opportunity to experience the democratic process of voting for Student Council Representatives. The student candidates presented their campaign speeches and posters before their peers.

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  • East Lake Gives a Touching Tribute to Veterans

    To mark Veterans Day, students and staff at East Lake Elementary School are honoring the brave men and women who have served in the armed forces with a writing campaign and a wall of honor.

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  • East Lake Blood Drive Poster Contest

    Recently the students at East Lake school were encouraged to participate in creating a poster encouraging people to donate blood. It also corresponded with the Blood Drive which took place on Nov 4 at East Lake school This year, the poster contest was themed " Be a Superhero - Give Blood"

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  • Celebrating National STEAM Day at East Lake

    National STEAM Day is celebrated every year on Nov. 8. to encourage kids to explore their interests in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Students in Mrs. Gennardo's 4th Grade Magnet were part of a STEAM experiment called a Diet Coke and Mentos Eruption (also known as a soda geyser.)

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