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Jump Rope for Heart

Nassau Elementary School participated in “Jump Rope for Heart” activities last month.  The fundraiser reached an all-time high, raising $7,285.  This is the largest amount raised at the elementary level in the 13 years the program has run.

Top Fundraiser:  A second grade student raised $525.00

Nassau will receive a US Games gift certificate for $300

We are very proud of our students and thankful for parents being so generous in supporting this wonderful organization. 

Thank you for your support in all we do in Physical Education!

Healthy Heart Walk


February 13, 2018


Weather permitting the school will be participating in a school wide heart healthy walk outside.  Please have your child dressed appropriately and wear sturdy shoes.

Thank you.

Flu Clinic

Get your Flu Shot

February 5, 2018

From the Health office:

Rite Aid Pharmacy will be running a flu immunization clinic for children ages 5 and up on Thursday, February 8th from 5 PM until 6 PM in the Health Office at Spackenkill High School.  

Please contact Joan Dwyer, RN at if you are interested in having your child or self-immunized at this voluntary clinic.  Rite Aid will need to have an accurate count of immunizations to be administered prior to arrival on that evening.  Most insurances will cover the cost of the vaccine.

Once you email Joan Dwyer, she will send you the necessary insurance paperwork. This paperwork needs to be submitted by Wednesday, February 7th so that Rite Aid can verify the insurance coverage.  

If you have any questions please contact Joan Dwyer at 463-2043 or via email.


Harlem Wizards


The Harlem Wizards will be coming to our community to play a game of trick basketball on Friday, March 16th, at the high school gym.  The game begins at 7:00 PM and doors open at 6:00 PM.  Be sure to purchase your tickets in advance.   Tickets are $15 for students and $20 for adults in advance or $20 for students and $25 for adults at the door. You can go online to



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