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Nassau Student's Art Selected for Exhibition

First grade Nassau student Kara Aagaard’s artwork "Teddy Bear" (above) has been selected as a winner in the 2015 Yo Soy…Je Suis…I Am…The Future VSA International Art Program and Children’s Art Competition. The art will be part of an exhibition at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, DC, during the month of November. Government representatives from New York have been invited to attend the exhibition’s opening reception to view Kara’s artwork. To learn more about the VSA program, CLICK HERE.

 

Schools Open Drive Safely

Parents and staff please show extra caution when driving through our neighborhoods, many of our children will be boarding buses, walking to and from school and playing.  Be especially aware of school speed zones, school bus traffic, and children walking. Thank you

Nassau Elementary School Safety Team

Nassau Elementary School is looking for one parent volunteer to be on the School Safety Team.  Meetings typically take place one Friday of each month from 7:50-8:20 AM.  If you are interested in the position please contact Jean Nemes at jean.nemes@spackenkillschools.org or 845-463-7843. 

Support SHS Fundraiser

Surprise friends or family members with a flock of pink flamingos on their lawns! The birds will only be here from September 9 through November 19 and will not return until spring of 2016. Order your flock today!  Download order forms and information below or speak to a member of the Flocking Team by calling 463-7822:

CLICK HERE for the flyer.

CLICK HERE for the order form.

Field Day

Field Day has been changed to Wednesday, June 10th due to the weather forecast on Tuesday.
 

Teamwork Counts

Today our second grade students spent the morning involved in Teamwork Counts.   All of the second graders were randomly divided into teams of six, and worked at a variety of problem-solving stations.  The objective of this event was to encourage team spirit and cooperative team effort.  Children were able to show off their special skills and talents through this educationally challenging and enjoyable experience. 

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