Lee Avenue News and Headlines

  • Red Nose Day

    In honor of Red Nose Day, our students and teachers wore red shirts and red noses to bring awareness to and to help end childhood poverty. Students were asked to bring in non-perishable goods for collection which will be donated to Island Harvest. Students also sold red noses and red twizzlers to raise money to donate to RedNoseDay.org. Pictured is Mrs. Todd's second grade class.

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  • Lee Avenue Spring Concert

    Once again our music students performed beautifully at our annual Spring concert! We want to thank our wonderful music teachers, Mr. Michael Caruso who conducts our 4th and 5th grade band; Mr. Frank Barbera who conducts our 3rd grade and 4th and 5th grade choruses and we especially want to thank Mrs. Ruth Davidowitz who has conducted orchestra in our school and in our district for 30 years. We will miss her passion and dedication to her music students as she is retiring this year.

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  • Fifth Grade Trip To Ellis Island

    The fifth grade traveled to Ellis Island to learn how immigrants to America were processed in the late 1800s to early 1900s. They learned in class about the many tests that immigrants were given, and the process to appeal the decision of the inspectors. While at Ellis Island, each student participated in a role playing activity, assuming the role of either an immigrant or an inspector, using the guidelines of that time period to determine if the new arrival would be allowed to stay in the United States. The students had a wonderful experience as they journeyed back in time.

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  • Humane Society Essay Winner

    Anusha S. in Ms. Leahy's class won the Third Grade Humane Society Essay Contest. She received her citation at an awards ceremony on May 18th. She wrote an essay about what super powers she would like to have to save animals. Congratulations Anusha!

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  • Mrs. D'Andrea's Memorial Garden

    Thank you to the students in Ms. Todd's 2nd grade class and the Lee Avenue PTA for planting beautiful flowers in the Mary D'Andrea memorial garden.

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  • Lee Avenue Art Show

    Pictured are Legislator Rose Walker, Principal Stephanie Stam and Art Teacher Staci Kolinsky at Lee Avenue's 1st art show fundraiser held on Expo Night, May 16th.

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  • Jester Jim Comes to Lee Avenue

    Jester Jim, a professional juggler, came to Lee Avenue School today and entertained the children with his amazing interactive juggling and balance talent. You can see more photos in our photo gallery.

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  • Bucket Filler For The Month of April

    Every month we choose a student who exemplifies the characteristics of a great bucket filler. These characteristics include showing kindness, respect, thoughtfulness and good will towards all, at home, at school and in the community. This month we chose Juliana E. from Ms. McMorrow's class. Congratulations Juliana!

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  • Lee Avenue Art Show

    You are invited to Lee Avenue's very first art show fundraiser on Tuesday, May 16th from 6-8:30PM. Come see your child's artwork beautifully matted and framed for your purchase! Click the headline to view the flyer!

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  • Nassau County Cerebral Palsey Trivia Challenge Winners 2017

    At an assembly today, Mrs. Brinkmann's fourth grade students, Reema D., Brianna G., and Aesha S., were presented with a certificate and an award cup for coming in first place in the Nassau County Cerebral Palsey Trivia Challenge held back in February of this year. We are not only proud of their accomplishment, but we are proud of our students for raising money for this wonderful organization. The students who attended the assembly were also treated to a question and answer period with members of the organization.

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