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  • Bucket Filler for the month of April

    Students at Lee Avenue are bucket fillers! Each month we acknowledge students for being "bucket fillers". During the school year, we are encouraging, reminding and recognizing everyone's efforts to be a bucket filler at home, at school and everywhere else. Students are developing good character skills with our Bucket Filler Program. Congratulations to Trishna M. from Mrs. Morgans's class for being "bucket filler" for the month of April.

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  • Lee Avenue Introduces Buddy Bench

    Lee Avenue has created a special bench to make sure no students are left out on the playground. Called the “Buddy Bench,” students can use the seat as a safe and supportive place to let others know they’d like to be included in playtime, but may be too shy to ask. The concept of the Buddy Bench is simple: Students who want to partake in playground games and activities, but may feel hesitant, can take a seat, which signifies to the "buddy bench monitors" on the playground that they may need an extra boost to participate. The buddy bench is a simple idea to eliminate loneliness and foster friendship on the playground. Let's spread the message of inclusion and kindness!

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  • PTA Reflections Winners

    On April 14th, Lee Avenue students Emil P. and Anna V. were honored at the Nassau Region PTA Reflections reception. Congratulations on your winning submissions!

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  • Building Strength Returns

    On Tuesday, April 12th, our friends from Building Strength returned to Lee Avenue. They continued to reinforce healthy habits through proper movement patterns. All students K-5, participated in age appropriate assemblies.

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  • Math Carnival

    A very special thank you to all of the many teachers and staff members who assisted in our annual Math Carnival on Friday, April 1st. The students had a great time and it was a huge success!

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  • Lee Avenue Lights it up blue for Autism Awareness

    In honor of Autism Awareness month the Staff and students at Lee Avenue will wear blue every Friday in April. Autism Awareness Month is a time to educate our community about autism and Light It Up Blue! Spreading autism awareness in schools is a great way to celebrate April and promote inclusion and acceptance in the classroom and beyond.

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  • Lee Avenue Paint Night

    The students at Lee Avenue had a great time bringing out their “inner artists” when Ruby’s Parties came to visit. Ruby, the artist specifically created a painting for each session during the Kids Paint Party. Grades kindergarten and first painted a Minion - each one being unique and special. The second and third grade painted a dog. Each dog was formed from the same shapes although the students individualized them in a wonderful way. The fourth grade painted a penguin and the fifth grade painted a lion. These paintings had such a personalized effect that the adults were amazed. Each student was creative with their interpretation of the object therefore each painting had its own flair. The students had fun experimenting with the colors to create their masterpiece. The parents and teachers watched in admiration as the students worked so diligently. A fantastic time was has by all. Click on the photo gallery to see the children's artwork.

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  • Pi Day

    On March 14th, students at Lee Avenue celebrated Pi Day (3.14). Our Student Council sold slices of pie to students for a dollar. The money raised was donated to Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital. Also, Lee Avenue hosted its’ annual pie eating contest. Congratulations to Madilynn W., Joshua W., Zenobia A., and Ethan C., for competing.

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  • Pi Day Rap

    Special thanks to our Pi Day Rap singers Eddie, Randy, Humera, Briana, Rohit, and Takodah for kicking off our Pi Day celebration by singing the Pi Day Rap song composed by one of our former Lee students..

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  • Team Alex

    The staff and students at Lee Avenue have worn our Team Alex t-shirts on Fridays to show our support for former student Alex Wallace who was recently diagnosed with Leukemia. If you would like to help support Alexander's fight, you can send your donation to Lee Avenue with your child or visit Alex's Go Fund Me page through the QUICKLINKS to the left.

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