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251 Rushmore AvenueRushmore Ave School Photo
Carle Place, New York 11514

Principal: Mrs. Catherine Silletti
Email: csilletti@cps.k12.ny.us
Main Office: (516) 622-6421

Fax Phone# 516-622-6588

 

To Report Student Absences,
call the Nurses office at
516-622-6423

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Lunch Program Update

For the summer meal programs, click the link above


Actualización del programa de almuerzo escolar 

Para obtener información sobre los programas de comidas de verano, haga clic en el enlace de arriba.


 

Mission Statement

Rushmore Avenue School’s mission is to instill a love of learning in all children.  In partnership with families and community, we will provide each and every student with the guidance and support to be reflective learners and to reach their full potential academically, socially and emotionally enabling them to become productive members of the twenty-first century.  

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DISTANCE LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS

 

 

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Current News

Elementary Schools Participate in Toy Drive

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Rushmore Avenue and Cherry Lane elementary school’s joined New York State Assemblyman Edward Ra in his 30th annual Long Island Toy Drive. The donated toys will benefit the Child Life Program at NYU Langone Hospital and the John Theissen Children's Foundation.

The district is very proud of these schools’ efforts and thanks the community for their generosity.

Rushmore Hosts Inaugural Thanksgiving Parade

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Rushmore Avenue Elementary School held its very first Thanksgiving Day Parade as a way to continue to bring the school’s “United We Stand” motto to life.

The fifth graders walked the halls showcasing their very own handmade balloons, while the third and fourth graders watched in awe and excitement. This event was inspired by the book “Balloons Over Broadway,” which was read by all the fifth grade classes. The fifth grade students researched and created their very own balloons and commentary after learning about Tony Sarg, the mastermind behind the helium balloons.

The balloons have become Macy’s trademark on Thanksgiving Day and have given America a long-lasting gift. Thanks to Tony, Rushmore has found a new tradition to add to its yearly festivities.