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Supermarket Bingo & Chinese Auction

Please join the Amityville Parent Teacher Council on Friday, March 2nd for a night of fun for the entire family. Supermarket Bingo and a Chinese Auction will be held at the E.W. Miles Middle School located at 501 Route 110 at 7pm (doors at 6:30pm). Admission is $5.00 per player and includes games, beverages and a snack. Additional snacks and Chinese Auction tickets are sold separately. Bingo game prizes are a bag of groceries for adult winners and a Target gift card and chocolate bar for the kids.

The evening is hosted by the incomparable Mr. Engler, who will guarantee to make you laugh at least once!

The Chinese Auction has dozens of prizes; come take a chance and win something amazing! All monies raised is used to directly benefit the children of the Amityville School District.

This event is open to families of the entire district. We hope to see you there.



PAMES The ‘Source’ for Resource Night

Park Avenue Elementary was the spot of a special event designed to bring organizations and members of the community under one roof. The inaugural “Parent Resource Night” was the brainchild of the Amityville Parent-Teacher Council (APTC).

From church organizations and youth soccer leagues, to martial arts and dance studios, more than a dozen tables lined the perimeter of the Park Avenue Elementary School gymnasium, handing out flyers and signing up interested participants. Meanwhile, in the adjoining auditorium, behavioral therapist Adam Holstein and Barbara Cooper from Resources for Kids’ Success held a special education workshop for parents whose children have just begun the new school year.

This is the first networking event of its kind for the APTC, and President Maresa Dealy expects the resource night to become an annual fixture.

Amityville teachers, administrators and school board members were on hand, manning tables and greeting the parents as they arrived. District leaders at the event included Superintendent Dr. Mary Kelly, Interim Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Joan Lange, Board of Education President Lisa Johnson and trustees Carolyn Dodd, Nathan King and Jeanette Santos.


Sunday, June 24, 2018