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Congratulations Class of 2022!

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Congratulations Graduates of the Class of 2022. The district wishes you the very best in all of your future endeavors.

Date Added: 6/27/2022

Community Library

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Rushmore Avenue School students participated in a read-a-thon to give back to their community. After raising more than $10,000, they helped open the first Little Free Library, which is accessible to all within the Carle Place community. The project came to fruition thanks to ENL specialist Jennifer Dintino, who noticed little libraries in her own home community. She partnered with school librarian Marni Nelson and math interventionist Kacey Maher to bring the same joy to her school community. In addition to the Little Library, the money that the students raised will be used to purchase books to stock the library, as well as expand the selection of books in the Rushmore school library.

Date Added: 6/23/2022

Literacy Games

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Carle Place High School’s National English Honor Society students recently spent time working with kindergarten, first grade, and second grade classes at Cherry Lane. Executive Board member Lexie Feit worked closely with Ms. Moriarty to organize a Literacy Carnival.  National English Honor Society members set up literacy games and classes rotated through rooms to experience a series of unique and fun literacy lessons. Pictured here are kindergarten students in Rosemary Hunter’s class engaged in some of the activities.

Date Added: 6/22/2022

Beautifying With A Butterfly Garden

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Students in the Participation in Government Honors class with Mrs. Rubenstein planned, designed, built and planted a Butterfly Garden adjacent to the baseball field. They presented their plan to Principal Mr. DePaola and upon getting his approval, visited local businesses to ask for donations, and coordinated with the grounds staff to secure a site, provide soil and install a sprinkler in the garden. Other staff members also helped with the design and construction of the raised bed and sign and students from Mr. Randazzo’s class helped with the planting. The students would like to send special thanks to The Home Depot for supplying all of the wood and mulch and Zaino’s Nursery and Garden Center for their generous donation of weed mesh and most of the plants in the garden!

Date Added 6/21/2022

Outstanding Teachers

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Congratulations to Tara Tully, recipient of The Long Island Council of the Social Studies Outstanding Middle School Teacher Awards and Kevin Breslin, recipient of The Long Island Council of the Social Studies Outstanding High School Teacher Award for 2022. Both Mrs. Tully and Mr. Breslin will be presenting workshops at next year’s annual LICSS conference in October.

Date Added: 6/15/2022