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High school athletes share wisdom with Shore Road students

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Shining Star Leaders at Shore Road School in the Bellmore Public School District met with fellow leaders in the community on May 19. As part of their ACES program, athletes from John F. Kennedy High School visited to share their wisdom.
Shore Road students were excited to hear from their older peers about the path they have followed in their athletic journeys. Athletes visited classrooms to share their knowledge and participate in various activities about leading a positive life. The athletes shared tips on living a healthy and active lifestyle and lent guidance on avoiding harmful substances. It was a rewarding experience for all, and Shore Road Shining Stars greatly look forward to the many opportunities ahead of them.

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1) Athletes from John F. Kennedy High School visited Shore Road School on May 19 to speak with Shining Star Leaders.
2) Students asked their visitors engaging questions about their athletic and academic careers

Date Added: 5/25/2023

Reinhard ECC Rising Star Chorus takes peers to outer space

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Second graders in the Rising Star Chorus at Reinhard Early Childhood Center in the Bellmore Public School District dazzled their peers during their space-themed concert on May 19.

The second grade Rising Star Chorus, led by music teacher Joanna Rocco, performed catchy songs that featured choreographed moves in fancy outfits. They sang songs that were out of this world, including “I Think My School’s a Spaceship,” “Sky Full of Stars,” “I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon,” and “Planet Rock.” Choreography was coordinated by Mallory Aronoff, while Michelle Block assisted second graders in creating solar system art that was displayed throughout the auditorium.

Date Added: 5/23/2023

Budget Approved! Presupuesto Aprobado!

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Budget Approved:

YES – 407

NO – 165

Proposition 2:

YES – 419

NO – 152

Board Election:

*Jay L. T. Breakstone (incumbent): 423


Presupuesto Aprobado:

Sí – 407

No – 165

Proposición 2:

Sí – 419

No – 152

Elección de la Junta:

*Jay L. T. Breakstone (incumbent): 423

*fideicomisarios electos


Date Added: 5/16/2023

Planting passions take root in Winthrop Avenue Garden Club

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Students at Winthrop Avenue School in the Bellmore Public School District routinely enjoy working with soil, flowers and vegetables as part of the Garden Club.

The club met during recess outside the school for a sunny day on May 8. Parents in the PTA volunteered to assist Winning Star Leaders in planting vegetables and other plants that they will watch grow throughout the spring. Colorful pinwheels were also crafted by students to take home and decorate their own gardens.

Date Added: 5/12/2023

Winthrop Avenue students prepare for spring concerts

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Student leaders in the orchestra at Winthrop Avenue School in the Bellmore Public School District are hard at work practicing for their upcoming spring concert.

Under the direction of orchestra teacher Erica Glikos, Winning Star Leaders in the third grade regularly meet to hone their skills on their stringed instruments. During a recent lesson, they worked on adding dynamics to their concert music while also practicing scales and sight reading. Students also prepared for NYSSMA, where they were challenged to play in front of judges.

Date Added: 5/10/2023