Students who attended Old Country Road School through elementary school and who are now graduating High School came to their home school for an exciting walk through wearing their graduation caps and gowns.
All students are invited to participate in the biggest & best summer reading challenge ever!
OCR created a Wall of Honor, dozens of American flags placed on the fence by the playground to memorialize our brave veterans.
The PARP winners celebrated with LION KING bingo!
As part of an ongoing tradition the brings the community together, OCR hosted its fifth annual History Night.
OCR student council helped collect funds to build a desk for Kenyan students.
OCR celebrates Dr. Seuss' Birthday!
After the winter holidays, many food pantries and soup kitchens run out of food to feed the hungry.
Our 5th Grade coordinated a Career Day at OCR where parents and friends of OCR students shared their careers with the students.
Old Country Road will receive a cash grant to pay for the entirety of Old Country Road’s third grade students to visit the Queens Zoo this spring.
There is a donation box in our lobby beginning January Monday 9th.
Our 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Baker, has won the nomination of radio station K98.3's Teacher of the Month!. Her prize is a trip to the Long Island Aquarium for her class.
Maya brilliantly came in first in our Old Country Road Spelling Bee.
Students and their families were asked to donate warm clothing items such as mittens, gloves, socks, scarves and hats and toys for the Marine's Toys For Tots drive.
May families joined us on Tuesday, Dec. 13 for a fun filled hour of sweetness! PHOTOS inside.
Children in Grades K-2 had a rocking good time with the Singing School Bus Driver. Song and dance were used to teach bus safety such as remaining seated and what to do in the event of an emergency. We look forward to enjoying this assembly next year, too!
As part of an annual tradition in the district, student representatives from each school expressed their gratitude for the members of the Board of Education for all of their hard work and dedication throughout the year. The special ceremony was held in honor of Board Appreciation Month at its October meeting.
On October 26, the students learned about inertia, potential energy, kinetic energy, and mechanical energy while racing their wind-up toys! Mrs. Moir helps to ensure that children are engaged through a variety of learning styles. We can't wait to see what the fourth grade comes up with next!
Children were encouraged to read at least 10 books over the summer for prizes and recognition.
At this time, our families can help some of our other families in need have a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner. There was a beautifully decorated box in the OCR lobby that was repeatedly filled with generous donations. The OCR faculty and staff wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.
Hicksville Schools is now using ThinkCentral. Click the picture to go to the website.
It is very important that everyone in your family gets immunized against the flu. Some other ways you can protect yourself is to wash your hands frequently, stay away from people who are sick, and cover coughs and sneezes to protect others.