Lee Avenue News and Headlines

  • United Cerebral Palsey Association of Nassau Assembly

    Once again, thank you to the United Cerebral Palsey Association of Nassau County (UCPN) for taking the time to visit with our students today. They gave our students an overview of their services and patiently answered our students' questions. They also reminded students that the Trivia Challenge will be held at our school on Thursday, November 30th at 5PM. This Trivia Challenge is sponsored by UCPN. We were so honored to be the recipient of the first place trophy last year and we are looking forward to participating in this year's Trivia contest. More information will be given shortly.

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  • Jump Rope For Heart

    The second annual Jump Rope for Heart event for 1st through 3rd graders was a huge success! So far the students have raised over 2,000 dollars towards the American Heart Association. The students did an outstanding job exercising while raising awareness for a great cause.

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  • Yes! Yes! Yes! The Islanders Arrived at Lee Avenue!

    Lee Avenue was fortunate enough to be selected as one of the winners of an island-wide essay contest where schools were asked to write about how they demonstrate teamwork and community spirit. The winning schools across Long Island were rewarded with an assembly featuring NY Islanders players. On Tuesday, November 14th, the students and staff of Lee Avenue were treated to an unforgettable visit from Andrew Ladd and Johnny Boychuk. These players visited the school to speak with students about bullying, health and nutrition, and teamwork. They also graciously signed autographs for the students and staff. The players were greeted by hundreds of students dressed in team colors or jerseys with handmade signs. They asked the players meaningful questions and were memorized by the responses and sincerity. This day is one that Lee Avenue will NEVER forget!

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  • Lee Ave Transportation Update

    To eliminate congestion by the main entrance at Lee Avenue during dismissal please consider parking and entering the school from alternate entrances such as the gate on 8th street in the front right side of the building, or the back gate on 6th street /Felice Crescent Street or the back gate on Lee Avenue. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

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  • Bucket Filler For The Month of October

    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 Keyri D. from Ms. Franz's class. Congratulations Keyri !

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  • Lee Avenue Pumpkin Patch

    Ms. D'Antonio organized and assembled Lee Avenue's Annual Pumpkin Patch. The students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade visited the patch throughout the day on Monday, October 30th.

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  • Board of Education Appreciation

    Lucas M. in Mrs. Mauro’s 4th grade class was chosen to present an award to the members of Hicksville Board of Education, to honor the board members for all their hard work and dedication.

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  • A Promise of Hope

    On Friday, October 20th the students and staff of Lee Avenue wore pink to show support for cancer awareness month. They were very creative with their displays of pink from t-shirts, to hair , and socks. Lee Avenue rallied together for "A Promise of Hope."

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  • Hicksville Strong For Dr. Denaro

    On Friday, October 13th, the faculty, staff and students wore matching t-shirts to show support and solidarity for Dr. Edward Denaro. In fact, faculty and staff in other buildings throughout the district wore the shirts as well. Dr. Denaro is a physical education teacher at Lee Avenue where he has taught for over twenty years. In August, Dr. Denaro experienced a life altering accident that has paralyzed him. He possesses both physical strength and inner strength that others strive for. He is HICKSVILLE STRONG!

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  • Blue Shirt Day

    October 2nd was Blue Shirt Day which is also known as World Day of Bullying Prevention. The faculty and students wore blue to pledge to be upstanders and not bystanders. Lee Avenue recognizes the importance of celebrating people's differences and being a Bully Free school. The blue shirt was symbolic of our unity.

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Important Announcements

  • Red Flag Clip ArtTransportation Update

    11/17/2017


    VAN SERVICE WILL RESUME ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 2017. SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED BY EITHER EDUCATIONAL BUS TRANSPORTATION (EBT) OR ACME BUS. PLEASE CHECK THE DISTRICT WEBSITE FOR YOUR CHILD’S VAN NUMBER AND SCHOOL. IN SOME INSTANCES, AM SERVICE MAY BE PROVIDED BY ONE COMPANY, AND PM SERVICE BY THE OTHER, SO PLEASE CHECK BOTH LISTS.  THE TIME OF PICKUP AND DROPOFF AS WELL AS ASSIGNED BUS STOP WILL REMAIN THE SAME AS IT WAS PRIOR TO THE STRIKE.  

    WE WILL CONTINUE TO KEEP YOU INFORMED AS TO THE RESTORATION OF LARGE BUS SERVICE.  IN THE MEANTIME, EXTENDED HOURS REMAIN IN PLACE IF NEEDED.

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING THIS TRANSITION.

     

     

    ACME VAN RUNS

    EBT VAN RUNS

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  • Red Flag Clip ArtTransportation Update

    11/16/2017

     

    At its regular public meeting last night, the Hicksville Board of Education took action to restore bus transportation service to its students. The Board approved assignment of its transportation contract to Educational Bus Transportation (EBT), effective Monday, November 20, 2017. The District anticipates that full bus services will be restored by Monday, December 4, 2017.

    Information about restoration of specific routes during this transition period will be communicated through robocalls and posted on the District website. The District will continue to offer extended hours of operation until full bus services are restored.

    Thank you for your ongoing understanding, patience and support.


     

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  • The Hicksville Board of Education

    The Hicksville Board of Education will hold a Curriculum Committee Meeting on Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

    Board Room, Administration Building


     

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  • HHS-News

    Join HHS-NEWS reporter, Barbara Watterson as she interviews Dr. Carl Bonuso about the 2017 Bond Propositions.
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  • Voter Registration

    District Wide Voter Registration for the Bond Vote will take place on Tuesday, October 31 from 3pm to 8pm at the Seven Elementary Schools.  If you need additional information contact the district clerk at 516-733-2104.

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  • Download the Fall 2017 Board of Education Newsletter to learn more about the upcoming Bond vote.

    Bond Newsletter

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  • Bond Vote November 14, 2017 Click To Read More


    New September 27, 2017New

    Bond Presentation

     

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  • The Hicksville Board of Education

    The Hicksville Board of Education will hold a Facilities Commitee Meeting on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:00PM

    Adminstration Building, Board Room


     

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  • District-wide School Safety Plan

    The Hicksville Board of Education held a public hearing on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 8:30pm to allow the community to ask questions and/or provide input into the district-wide school safety plan.  The final, approved plan is pavailable below.

     2017-2018 District-wide Safety Plan

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  • Hop On Board

    Join Dr. Bonuso as he boards the bus and welcomes students to the 2017-2018 school year.
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