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pames140 Park Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
Phone Number: 631-565-6300
Grades: 3-5
School Hours: 8:10 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.

Interim Principal: Dr. Shirley E. Martin

Assistant Principal: Mr. Joshua Atlas


PAMES Third Grade Supply List 2021- 2022

PAMES Fourth Grade Supply List 2021-2022

PAMES Fifth Grade Supply List 2021 - 2022


3rd Grade Welcome to PAMES


Topic: PAMES Moving Up Ceremony #1- June 22, 2021
Date: Jun 22, 2021 08:42 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting Recording
Access Passcode: $x74T6P.

Topic: PAMES Moving Up Ceremony #2- June 23, 2021
Date: Jun 23, 2021 08:39 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting Recording
Access Passcode: cF3M66%&


PAMES Spring Photos 2021 Flyer

PAMES Colorcycle Service Project 2021 Flyer

PAMES Poetry Contest 2021 Flyer

Girls INC at PAMES 2021 Flyer

PARP Family Night 2021 Flyer


Island Harvest Food Pantry at EWMMS


PAMES Black History Month Celebration 2021

Black History Month Celebration Flyer


Random Acts of Kindness Spirit Week

Semana del Espíritude Actos de Bondad al Azar


PAMES Math Night


PAMES Virtual Career Day


Click on this link to view the PAMES Online Protocols.


Click on this link to view the Park Avenue Title I 2020 Presentation.


Click the link below to view a tutorial on how to use the health screening app in Spanish.

How to Use the Health Screening App


Distance Learning Letter March 23, 2020





Current News

Park Avenue Fifth Graders Are Ready for Middle School

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Determination, kindness and an ability to adapt to ever-changing circumstances is what stands out about this year’s fifth grade class, explained Robyn Santiago, principal of Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School.

More than 220 students were recognized at moving-up ceremonies on June 22 and 23. The events were livestreamed so families could tune in to see students cross the stage and accept their promotion certificates. In September, they will begin a new chapter about a mile away at Edmund W. Miles Middle School. 

Ms. Santiago noted that students were introduced to many new terms over the past year that reflected the new normal. They made the best of every situation, she said, including their adjustment to the hybrid learning model.

“When I visited your classrooms, I saw in-person and remote students interacting with one another while working on a presentation, sharing ideas and learning together,” she said. “You have truly become 21st century learners.”

Interim Superintendent Dr. Edward Fale encouraged students to set high goals for themselves and take advantage of expanded opportunities in middle school, like extracurricular activities and sports. 

“This is going to be an extremely exciting opportunity for you to excel and become involved,” he said. 

Each class came into the auditorium as music teachers played “Pomp and Circumstance.” Teachers called the names of their graduates, and students stopped in the middle of the stage to wave to the camera and acknowledge their families watching at home before exchanging pandemic-appropriate elbow bumps with administrators. Assistant Principal Joshua Atlas announced the recipients of several awards including the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, President’s Award for Educational Achievement and Suffolk County Public Service Award. 
Sunday, September 26, 2021