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  • A "Minion" Reasons To Read!

    For our 2014-15 school year, our PARP theme will be "A "Minion" Reasons To Read!" PARP runs from October 1st through May 31st. Parents, please make sure your child is reading every night and you are signing their PARP calendar. Our Open House will be on Tuesday , September 9th. Parent-Teacher Conferences will be on October 9th, October 21st, November 20th and December 3, 2014. Please contact your child's teacher to make an appointment.

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  • Lee Avenue's Newsletter

    Lee Avenue launched its first ever newsletter last year. Mrs. DeRosa, school editor, will once again work with students on different articles that incorporate common core based activities that students are participating in monthly. Selected fourth and fifth grade students each month will have an opportunity to write news articles.

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  • The Stock Market Game

    Students in 5th grade participated in The Stock Market Game throughout the year. A team from Ms. McMorrow's class took 1st place. Congratulations to our winners!

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  • Making My Community A Better Place....

    The Meadowbrook Women's Initiative (NWI) sponsored an essay contest and invited students in grades four and five to participate. This year's topic was: "Making My Community A Better Place..." Christopher S., fourth grade student in Mrs. Brinkmann's class, placed 3rd in the essay contest. Congratulations Christopher!

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  • Stop World Hunger Essay Contest

    Students in grades 1-5 participated in the World Food Day Essay Contest. Students in Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk County participated in the essay contest. The topic was: How Can We Inspire People to Stop World Hunger? Vanessa P. in second grade received Honorable Mention. Congratulations Vanessa!

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  • EXPO Night

    During EXPO Night the RISE students presented their Science Fair projects. Then parents had an opportunity to visit the classrooms to see all the wonderful projects their child has been working on throughout the year. Also, students had an opportunity to participate in "Kid Vote."

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  • Noetic Learning Math Contest

    Fourth Grade students participated in a national math competition titled Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC). The purpose of the contest is to inspire young students' interest in math and convey the message, "It is COOL to be good at math!" Congratulations to our winner Ojas!

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  • Anti-Bullying Poster Contest

    Ricci F. was acknowledged for winning the Anti-Bullying Poster Contest at the Hicksville Wellness Fair. Congratulations to Ricci!

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  • Raynham Hall's 2014 Great Presidents Day

    Students in grade 3 - 5 wrote an original essay on their favorite U.S. President. Many of our students made the "final cut." Jonathan W. took 2nd place in the 3rd grade contest. He wrote an excellent essay about Franklin Roosevelt.

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