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  • Steps to Success!

    We are so excited to share a photo of one of our staircases at Lee Avenue. Now the children can review their multiplication table while going upstairs to their classrooms. Thanks to our art teacher, Staci Kolinsky, AIS teacher Lia Leone and support staff, Jennifer Joyce and Dorothy Santoro for making our steps to success a reality!

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  • Jeans for Troops Day

    In support of Veteran's Day, each staff member wore jeans today and donated $5.00 toward the GI Go Fund. This non-profit organization helps returning veterans find jobs, health care and housing. Students may also make a $1.00 donation which we will continue to collect. If you would like to find out more information about this fund please visit their website at www.gigofund.org. Together we support our troops!

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  • United Cerebral Palsey Association of Nassau County visits Lee Avenue

    Get Ready For Our 2015 Trivia Challenge!

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  • Bucket Filler of the Month

    Students at Lee Avenue are Bucket Fillers! Each month we acknowledge students 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. Students are developing good character traits with our "Bucket Filling" program. Congratulations to the bucket filler of the month for October, Dina P. in Ms. McMorrow's class.

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  • Veterans: Heroes In Our Neighborhood Assembly

    Valerie Pfundstein, author of Veterans: Heroes In Our Neighborhood, visited Lee Avenue in honor of Veterans Day. The children discovered the similarities between the veterans, and superheroes that are immortalized in cartoons and movies. They were introduced to some real life veterans through pictures, song, and stories, and through the authors reading of the book.

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  • Cancer Awareness Month

    The Hicksville Congress of Teachers (HCT) is fundraising to raise money for breast cancer research. On Monday, October 19, 2015, staff and students at Lee Avenue wore their pink to bring awareness to this cause.

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  • Building Strength

    On Thursday, October 1st, Coach Jeremy and Coach Steven, had students moving, building strength, and developing proper movement patterns and learning about healthy habits!

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  • Amazing Words!

    Mrs. McGahan's kindergarten class began the new Reading Street program with the story "The Little School Bus." They used the concept board to locate the "Amazing Words" and act them out. They are off to a great start!

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  • Remembering September 11th

    Lee Avenue remembered the lives of those lost on September 11th by participating in the 3rd Annual National Anthem Sing-Along. Fifth grade students, Rachel F. and Jacqueline O., sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" while Mr. Frank Barbera, music teacher, played the music. Schools throughout the country at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, 10:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, schools were invited to have their students and faculty sing the National Anthem. In addition, K-2 teachers read the book "The Giving Tree" and 3-5 teachers read "The Man Who Walked between the Towers."

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  • Safety Patrol

    Selected fifth grade students have an opportunity to participate in Safety Patrol. These students help kindergarten, first and second graders get safely onto their buses. It is a special honor to be a member of Safety Patrol.

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