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Northeast School

Address: 420 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
Main Office: (631) 565‑6400
Grades: Pre-K Center
Principal: Dr. Pauline Collins
School Hours: 9:10am‑3:10pm

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Northeast Elementary School’s Thanksgiving celebration in Amityville

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On Nov. 21, students at Northeast Elementary School in Amityville celebrated Thanksgiving through some fun and games.

Students wore decorate Thanksgiving crowns as they participated in an obstacle course in the school’s gymnasium. The activities included a ring toss, running around cones, and teaming up to design a turkey.

After students rotated through each obstacle course station, they enjoyed a tasty Thanksgiving feast in the school’s cafeteria.

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Date Added: 11/27/2023

Sensory bash introduces five senses at Northeast Elementary School

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Students at Northeast Elementary School in Amityville tapped into their five senses during the school’s Sensory Bash on Nov. 3.

The sensory bash, which was organized by Northeast STRIVE teacher Mary Scharf, is a way for all children, atypical or neurotypical, to effectively learn through their five senses. When children are provided with opportunities to learn and explore their academics through touch, taste, smell and sight, they often have a higher rate of attending to the task and retaining the information presented.

The sensory bash is also a fun way to cultivate an inclusive environment for all children.

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Date Added: 11/7/2023

Students, teachers celebrate Unity Day in the Amityville School District

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Students and teachers throughout the Amityville School District celebrated Unity Day on Oct. 18.

Unity Day is a national effort to prevent bullying through the promotion of kindness and compassion. Students and teachers throughout the district took part in numerous activities to promote inclusivity and acceptance for all regardless of gender, race, religion and sexual orientation.

At each school, students and teachers wore orange to share a visible message that no one should experience bullying, and that we are all stronger together.

Date Added: 10/19/2023

Northeast Elementary School celebrates Hispanic Heritage Night

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On Oct. 12, Northeast Elementary School in Amityville celebrated Hispanic/Latino Heritage Night and the opening of their long-awaited playground.

The evening began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new playground, after which, children were able to play thanks to the efforts of the board of education and the central administration in helping to make the playground a reality. The evening continued with a celebration of Hispanic/Latino Heritage in the gymnasium. The performances included singing, cultural dances, food and music. It was a collaborative event, as some of the performers and volunteers included staff members, family members of staff members, and former students in the Amityville School District.

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Date Added: 10/17/2023

Pre-K students celebrate grandparents at Northeast Elementary School

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It was a family affair at Northwest Elementary School in Amityville as the school welcomed grandparents on Oct. 6, allowing them to not only observe the lessons but to participate in the day’s activities.

In honor of National Grandparents Day, which was observed last month, the special guests visited the pre-K and kindergarten classes. They assisted with a variety of activities, from coloring in pictures of grandmas and grandpas to fall-themed art projects.

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Date Added: 10/10/2023

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