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Alicia Konecny
Principal

(631) 274-4460

 

Heather Levine  

Associate Principal

Dignity Act Coordinator

(631) 274-4460




Here are some important dates for March 2019:


 

March 1st: READ Kick Off- Hip Pickles Assembly,

Spirit Day: Wear Dr. Seuss Colors

 

March 2nd: Dr. Seuss' Birthday


March 4th: Falcon Club trip to D.P.F.D


March 5th: Stony Brook Hospital Teddy Bear Clinic for Kindergarten


March 6th: Spring Book Fair, Newspaper and Time for Tech Clubs Meet 

 

March 7th: Spring Book Fair

 

March 8th: Dr. Adelberg & Montalvan's Dental Assembly


March 11th: Jerry T's Fundraiser Begins, Falcon Club meets today

 

March 13th: Newspaper and Time for Tech Clubs Meet 


March 14th: MM Pajama Night at 6:00 p.m.

 

March 15th: Spring Goody Bag forms due

 

March 18th: Canyon Creek Online Scheduler opens today,

Falcon Club trip to Cafe' Dolce Vita

 

March 19th: ​World Language Exploration Day

 

March 20th: Newspaper and Time for Tech Clubs Meet,

PFC Meeting at 7:00 p.m.

 

March 21st: National Down Syndrome Awareness Day!

 

March 25th: Class of the Month Ice Cream Social, Mr. Ranghelli's Class,

Falcon Club meets today

 

March 26th: Author Day with Nancy Feldman, Jerry T Fundraiser ends,

Display My Art Fundraiser begins,

BOE Meeting at 8:00 p.m.

 

March 27th: Pre-K Registration by appointment only,

1/2 Day of School (11:30 dismissal), Parent/Teacher Conferences,

Music Club Rehearsal Lead Roles ONLY 11:30 a.m.-1:30p.m.,

Evening Parent Teacher Conferences from 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.


March 28th: 1/2 Day of School (11:30 dismissal),

Parent/Teacher Conferences, 

Music Club Rehearsal ALL Members 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

 

March 29th: 1/2 Day of School (11:30 dismissal),

Parent/Teacher Conferences, 

Music Club Rehearsal ALL Members 11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.,

Spring Goody Bag Distribution,

MMPFC Annual Auction



 





 

 


                    

 

Click here for a listing of suggested School Supplies:

 

Pre-K Supply List 2018-2019

Kindergarten Supply List 2018-2019

First Grade Supply List 2018-2019

Second Grade Supply List 2018-2019

 


 

 

         

May Moore Kindergartners Treat Their Teddy Bears

May Moore Kindergartners Treat Their Teddy Bears
Kindergartners at May Moore enjoyed an educational Teddy Bear Clinic on March 5, an injury prevention program sponsored by the Trauma Center at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Nurses from Stony Brook visited the school to discuss car and helmet safety with the students. At the program’s end, the children donned surgical masks to tend to their injured stuffed animal pals.

A Last Sweet Mad Hatter’s Tea at May Moore

A Last Sweet Mad Hatter’s Tea at May Moore
A lovely Valentine’s Day tradition came to an end at May Moore as retiring teacher Cheryl Bica and her class held her last Mad Hatter’s Tea. Every year, Bica creates a hat for each student using old newspapers and sends it home for the children and their families to creatively decorate. On Feb. 14, the hat-bedecked students perform love songs and personal Valentine greetings, followed by a feast of sweets and drinks.

Chinese New Year Celebration Marches On at May Moore

Chinese New Year Celebration Marches On at May Moore

Students at May Moore continued a beloved annual tradition by marching loudly through the halls to celebrate Chinese New Year. The Feb. 5 parade was punctuated by percussion and enlivened by colorful paper dragons. The festivities concluded with a luncheon of Chinese food.

 



May Moore’s Math and Science Carnival Spurs Thinking Skills

May Moore’s Math and Science Carnival Spurs Thinking Skills

May Moore and the school’s Parent Faculty Club hosted the school’s annual Math and Science Carnival on Jan. 28. For this year’s event, students visited five different stations: Radical Reactions, I-Math, Marshmallow Geometry, Bouncing Buoyancy and Patterns. The festivities concluded on Feb. 1 with a fun assembly program by scientist Hector Von Vector.

“Our students engaged in applying higher order thinking skills throughout the Carnival,” said Principal Alicia Konecny. “They utilized skills such as estimating, making predictions and recording their findings. They also received prizes for completing each station. Many thanks to our wonderful math lab teachers and the many parent volunteers who made this academic opportunity a reality.”





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