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




November Dates:


11/2 Daylight Savings-Set your clock back 1 hour

11/4 Election Day- Schools closed for students

11/7 Trimester 1 Ends

11/7 Backwards Day-Spirit Wear/Box Tops

11/11 Veterans Day-School Closed

11/17 Food Drive Begins

11/19 Fall Photo Make-ups

11/19 PFC Meeting and Class of the Month 7p.m.

11/21 Food Drive Ends

11/21 Family Fun Night

11/24-11/26 Half Day Parent Teacher Conferences

11/24-11/26 Fall Book Fair

11/24 Toy Drive Begins

11/24 Evening Parent-Teacher Conferences 5-8p.m.

 11/27-11/28 Thanksgiving Recess-School Closed


Crazy Sock Day- Many of our students joined in the fun and showed their school spirit on Crazy Sock Day!  Photo Gallery



September 11 Flag Planting- On September 11th students showed their patriotism by wearing red, white, and blue.  Two of our 2nd grade students read the pledge.  Then students planted flags in the front of the building with their classes. Photo Gallery


Welcome Back To School!

We are very excited to welcome all of our new incoming Pre-Kindergarteners and Kindergarteners and our returning First and Second Graders to May Moore!    Photo Gallery          



Please follow the links below for our 2014-2015
 School Supply Lists: 
Pre-Kindergarten Supply List 

Kindergarten Supply List

First Grade Supply List

Second Grade Supply List  


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.

A Wall of Heroes

Kindergartners in Tammy Cotrone’s class at May Moore Primary School in Deer Park found a special way to honor America’s veterans, creating a Wall for Heroes to honor the local men and women who have served and are actively serving the country. The students’ Veterans Day display showcased photos, biographies and accolades of family members, friends and community residents from various branches of the U.S. military.
Prior to creating their display of appreciation, the kindergarten students learned the meaning and significance of Veterans Day and shared artifacts and stories of friends and family who have fought in wars throughout history. The students also created a flag of handprints painted in red, white and blue to represent the unity of the American people and to show their support of military men and women. Cotrone later presented the flag to veterans at Babylon Town Hall.  

Monster March at May Moore


Students at May Moore had a blast on Oct. 31 at the school’s annual costume parade, singing the nursery rhyme “Witches’ Brew” and dancing the afternoon away to the sounds of “Monster Mash.”

“It was great to see the families come out in the spirit of Halloween,” said Gary Ramonetti, interim principal.

Sharing and Singing with Brian Chevalier


In support of October as National Bullying Prevention, educational performer Brian Chevalier visited Deer Park’s May Moore Primary School for an interactive assembly where students learned how to sign and sing parts of songs accompanied by Chevalier on guitar. His Oct. 21 presentation helped the students understand the importance of sharing and being kind to each other, through the use of music and dance.

“It was great to see the enthusiasm on the faces of the students,” said interim principal Gary Ramonetti.


May Moore's Pumpkin Patch


A drizzle in the air did little to dent the excitement of May Moore’s students as they enjoyed the school’s annual pumpkin patch on Oct. 31.

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