Alicia Konecny
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4460

*Ms. Konecny will be on maternity leave during Fall 2014. If you need assistance please contact Interim Principal Gary Ramonetti
Gary Ramonetti
Interim Principal




December Dates:

12/1-12/15 Toy Drive

12/9-12/11 Holiday Fair

12/12 Spirit Wear/Crazy Hair Day

12/12 Goody Bag Forms Due

12/22-1/2 Winter Recess- School Closed


Snowy Singing at May Moore


Young performers entertained other students, staff and visiting parents during the May Moore Music Club’s annual holiday musical, a Dec. 5 performance of “Snow Way Out! A Vacation in Winter’s Wonderland” directed by music teacher Catherine Lubrano.

The 2009 play, written by Sally K. Albrecht and Jay Althouse, tells the tale of Jack and Jackie Frost (played by Joshua Collado and Sofia Figueroa), the renovators of the Winter’s Wonderland resort built by Old Man Winter (teacher Jeremy Smith), and their staff, the 24 Frostbites. Amidst the snowy set constructed by teacher Eileen Cullinane, the singers offered a rendition of the title number as well as “Getting Ready,” “Old Man Winter” and “Please, Let It Snow!”

Bingo Night at May Moore


Students from all grades at May Moore enjoyed playing bingo with volunteers from the school’s parent faculty club at a special Bingo Night. The Nov. 21 event, held at the school’s cafeteria, gave their parents the opportunity to have a night out while providing a safe, fun evening for the children.

TRACKS Rolls in to May Moore


As part of TRACKS, the MTA Long Island Rail Road’s free railroad safety program, LIRR representative Chrisann Fabio recently visited May Moore to explain the dangers of playing around trains and train tracks.  The program, which stands for Together Railroads and Communities Keeping Safe, is designed to educate students about the importance of exercising caution and practicing good judgment near crossings and railroads.

Backwards for School Spirit


Students at May Moore show their school spirit throughout the year by participating in various creative themed activities. In the most recent event, “Backwards Day” on Nov. 7, the children had fun wearing their clothes in reverse.

“I loved how proud the students were to show off their backwards attire,” said Gary Ramonetti, the school’s interim principal.

Costumed Kindergartners Give Thanks


Kindergartners in Karen Linkletter’s class at May Moore enjoyed a special Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 21, catered by Boston Market. Before digging in to their turkey dinner, the 21 students, dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans, sang songs and told the audience of invited parents what they were thankful for.

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