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NE

420 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
Phone Number: 631-565-6400
Grades: Pre-K, K
Principal: Dr. Pauline Collins
Hours: Kindergarten: 9:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.
Pre-K: 9:10 – 11:40 a.m.; 12:40 – 3:10 p.m.



Announcements


Dear Parents/Guardians:

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you and your child/children to Northeast Elementary School.  We understand that this is both an exciting and anxious time for you and your child, as you embark on your first school experience. However, we want to assure you that we will be supporting you throughout the process.

At Northeast Elementary School, we believe that all students can learn.  We also believe that all students have the right to a high quality education in an environment that is safe, positive and respectful of diversity.  It is our goal for all students to not only grow academically but also socially. 

Literacy is the foundation of success in school and success in life.  Our goal is to ensure that all students receive a solid foundation in literacy, so that they will be set on a path for success as they progress through the grades.  We encourage you to assist us in this effort by reading to your child every day and by attending our Parent Workshops and Family Learning Nights. 

Whether you are returning or attending school for the first time, our dedicated staff is committed to making this year a successful and memorable one.

Best,
Dr.  Pauline Collins
Principal


Estimados Padres / Guardianes: 

Es con gran placer que les doy la bienvenida a ustedes ya sus hijos a la Escuela Primaria Northeast. Entendemos que este es un momento excitante y ansioso para usted y su hijo, a medida que se embarca en su primera experiencia escolar. Sin embargo, queremos asegurarle que le apoyaremos durante todo el proceso. 

En Northeast Elementary School, creemos que todos los estudiantes pueden aprender. También creemos que todos los estudiantes tienen derecho a una educación de alta calidad en un ambiente seguro, positivo y respetuoso de la diversidad. Es nuestra meta para todos los estudiantes no sólo crecer académicamente sino también socialmente. 

La alfabetización es la base del éxito en la escuela y el éxito en la vida. Nuestra meta es asegurar que todos los estudiantes reciban una base sólida en la alfabetización, para que se establezcan en un camino para el éxito a medida que progresan a través de las calificaciones. Le animamos a que nos ayude en este esfuerzo leyendo a su hijo todos los días y asistiendo a nuestros talleres de padres y noches de aprendizaje familiar. 

Si sea que regrese o asista a la escuela por primera vez, nuestro dedicado personal está comprometido a hacer de este año un evento exitoso y memorable. 
Sinceremente,

Doctora Collins
Directora de Escuela


2017-2018 SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST/LISTA DE MATERIALES
1 FULL SIZE BOOK BAG/ 1 MOCHILA
2 FOLDERS/2 CARPETAS DE BOLSILLO
2 BOXES OF TISSUES/ 2 CAJAS DE PANUELOS DESHECHABLES
1 PACKET OF WIPES / 1 PAQUETE DE TOALLITAS

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL BE NEEDED AT HOME FOR COMPLETING HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS/LOS SIGUENTES MATERIALES SE NECESITAN EN CASA PARA HACER LAS TAREAS:
PENCILS/ LAPICES
CRAYONS/CRAYOLAS
SCISSORS/TIJERAS
GLUE/GOMA DE PEGAR




Current News

VIDEO: What Kindergartners Learned This Year

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A Delightful Day With Dads at Northeast

A Delightful Day With Dads at Northeast  photo

Fathers, grandfathers, uncle and other special guests came to Northeast Elementary School in the Amityville Union Free School District for the annual pre-K Father’s Day celebration on June 8.

Children and their visitors gathered in the courtyard on the warm and sunny day to build and decorate birdhouses, which they were able to take home. They also participated in various recreational activities such as creating large bubbles and participating in hula-hoop contests. 

Northeast Gives Naval Officer First Class Treatment

Northeast Gives Naval Officer First Class Treatment photo

Petty Officer First Class Joshua Candon made his third visit to Northeast Elementary School as he visited pre-K and kindergarten classrooms on May 17.

The Naval officer last came to the school in September 2016, when he presented a folded American flag that had been flown during several Joint Task Force missions. Mr. Candon recently returned from a deployment in Africa, and during that time Northeast students sent his unit personalized cards for Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Easter, as well as candy, Girl Scout cookies and other goodies.

During his recent visit, Mr. Candon showed students an African war club and answered questions about his role in the military. He also thanked the students for their kind words and generosity during his recent deployment. Students, in return, shouted “Thank you for your service” as he left each room.

 

Pre-K Students Say ‘Thank You’ to Mom

Pre-K Students Say ‘Thank You’ to Mom photo

Mothers, grandmothers, aunts and other special guests visited Northeast Elementary School on May 11 for the annual pre-K Mother’s Day.

Principal Dr. Pauline Collins said that the event is a long-standing tradition at the school and a chance to recognize family members for the support they provide throughout the year. Each class performed a song, and selections included “Mommy, Mommy, I Love You Mommy,” “You’re My Mom,” “You're Amazing” and “I Want a Mom That Will Last Forever.” It concluded with a group performance of “Skidamarink.”

After the songs, the students joined their family members for refreshments and iced tea. Children provided gifts to their loved ones including handmade cards and crafts. 



An Exciting Earth Exploration at Northeast

An Exciting Earth Exploration at Northeast photo
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From below the ground to the sky above, pre-K students at Northeast Elementary School learned all they could about earth.

During a week’s work of activities leading up to Earth Day, children in Lisa Carey’s class acquired new knowledge about the planet they call home through a variety of hands-on activities, such as when they explored a large box filled with dirt, grass, roots and worms. They performed a science experiment to learn how rain falls from the clouds and built a birdhouse that will be filled with seed and hung in the school’s garden.

Each child made his her own Chia pet by filling a cup with dirt, adding grass seed and drawing a face on the cup. Ms. Carey said once the grass grows, the children would be encouraged to take it home and plant it. As a culminating activity, children made edible cups of dirt from chocolate pudding, crushed graham crackers and gummy worms. 
Tuesday, June 19, 2018