Lee Avenue News and Headlines

  • Summer Reading

    Students have an opportunity during the summer to read plenty of good books. Our PTA is sponsoring a Summer Sizzle Reading program. Students who participate will be rewarded when they come back in September. Also, students can download the Summer Connections packet which is located on the district website under the parent tab. If you have trouble finding the Summer Connections booklet call the main office at 733-2351 for assistance.

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  • Fifth Grade Commencement

    On Wednesday, June 24th,Lee Avenue held its 5th grade commencement ceremony. Many students were recognized for their hard work and accomplishments at Lee Avenue. Congratulations to the class of 2015 and the best of luck in middle school!

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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 third grade received Honorable Mention. Congratulations Vanessa!

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  • Harlem Wizards Game

    Students from Lee Avenue had an opportunity to watch their principal, Mrs. Stam, teachers, parents, former students and even the high school principal, Mr. Williams, play basketball against the Harlem Wizards. This event brought the community together for an enjoyable night of basketball and entertainment. Even their school mascot, Lee-O the Lion, came to game!

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  • Bucket Filler of the Month

    Wilson O. in Ms. Johnson's 5th grade class was chosen as our "Bucket Filler" of the month. Each month we do a special acknowledgment for one student for being a "Bucket Filler." During the school year we are encouraging, reminding, and recognizing everyone's efforts to be bucket filler at home, at school, and everywhere they go. Wilson is developing good character traits with our "Bucket Filling" program.

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  • If You Traveled West In A Covered Wagon

    Fifth grade students in Ms. McMorrow's class did an in-depth study of covered wagons by reading the book If You Traveled West in a Covered Wagon by Ellen Levine. They were interested in learning about the life of the pioneers in the mid-1800s as they journeyed to the West. As a culminating activity, each student built a covered wagon, complete with details of the tools and dry goods that the pioneers typically packed in their wagons. Some of the students also created a prairie scene that included the wildlife encountered by the wagon trains. The fifth graders now have a true appreciation for the modern conveniences that they have in their own lives!

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  • Expo Night 2015

    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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  • Harlem Wizards

    A “WIZARD”LY visitor stopped by Lee Avenue on Tuesday, May 18th. The teachers and students were visited by DP, a Harlem Wizard. He spoke about the event and demonstrated some of the amazing stunts and tricks he and his teammates will perform on June 5th. The students were enthusiastically singing, dancing, and clapping along as DP performed. He encouraged the students to attend the Harlem Wizards basketball event in order to support the teachers as they challenge the Wizards to a friendly game of basketball. Everyone should get their tickets as this will be a night to remember.

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  • Bubblemania

    A “Poppin Good Time” was had at Lee Avenue on Friday, May 15 when Bubblemania performed. The entire school was invited at an assembly conducted by bubble artist, Seth Bloom. He constructed bubbles into many different shapes and explained the science behind how bubbles are created, why they pop and the different ways one can make bubbles. The children were in awe of all of the household items that could be used to make bubbles. Mr. Bloom encouraged the students to start making their own bubbles and to be creative. The students especially enjoyed when one of their classmates was put into a giant bubble. A fun time was had by all.

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  • Bedtime Story Night

    To celebrate National Library Week, Lee Avenue held its annual Bedtime Story Night on Thursday, April 16, 2015. Kindergarten, first and second grade students listened as teachers read different folktale stories.

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Important Announcements

  • Hicksville Pre-Kindergarten Program 2015-2016

    SCOPE Education Services in cooperation with the Hicksville School District is pleased to provide a financially self–supporting Pre-K Program for the 2015-2016 school year.
     

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  • Hicksville Public Schools
    Regular Meeting Of The Board Of Education
    Audit Committee Meeting

    Wednesday, July 22, 2015
    Audit Committee Meeting– 7:00 PM
    Executive Session – Immediately following Audit Committee
    Action Meeting - Approximately 8:30 PM
    Board Room, Administration Building
    (Click Here For Agenda)


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  • Component Budget and Report Card
     
    The 2015-2016 Component Budget and Report Card and the 2013-2014 School District Report Card are now available online.
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  • Budget Newsletter 2015 
    Learn more about the proposed budget for the 2015-2016 school year. To read the Spring 2015 Budget Newsletter, CLICK HERE!
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  • 2015-2016 School Budget Information
    The Board of Education has adopted the 2015-2016 school budget. To learn more about the budget propositions and voter registration, CLICK HERE

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  • Bulletin Board Newsletter
    Spring 2015
     
    Congratulations to Hicksville High School Valedictorian Sebastian Niculescu and Salutatorian Priya Mishra. Read  about these talented seniors and all of our students accomplishments in the Spring 2015 Board of Education Newsletter.
     
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