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Alicia Konecny
Principal

(631) 274-4460

 

Heather Levine  

Associate Principal

Dignity Act Coordinator

(631) 274-4460

  

                  

                                      

IMPORTANT FEBRUARY DATES:

February is Black History Month!

February 2nd – Happy Groundhog’s Day! Will the Groundhog see his shadow? MM Smencil Sale and Spirit Day. Wear Team Colors!

February 8th – ENL Family Fun Night 5:30 p.m.

February 12th – 16th – May Moore Jump Rope For Heart

February 13th – MM Pre-K Winter Workshop

February 13th – Happy 100th Day of School!

February 14th – Happy Valentine’s Day!

February 16th – Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year!

  Chinese New Year Parade 2:15 p.m.

February 19th – 23rd – Midwinter Recess School is Closed!

February 26th – MM Class of the Month Ice Cream Social

February 27th – Energizer Guys Assembly Program  

 


                    
 

Click here for a listing of suggested School Supplies:

 

Pre-K Supply List 2017-18

 Kindergarten Supply List 2017-2018

 First Grade Supply List 2017-2018

Second Grade Supply List 2017-2018

 

 



         

Centenarian Celebration at May Moore

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Students at May Moore celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 13 by coming to school costumed as 100-year-old centenarians. The children brought in 100 items they had collected, did 100 jumping jacks and counted 100 steps.

May Moore Math and Science Carnival Explores Exciting STEM Activities

May Moore Math and Science Carnival Explores Exciting STEM Activities
With the help of math lab teacher Sue Mehr and parent volunteers, students at May Moore recently explored science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics hands-on activities at the school’s annual Math and Science Carnival, including coding, magnetism, chemical reactions, estimation and the concept of buoyancy. To conclude the Carnival, May Moore’s Parent Faculty Club treated the students to an exciting Mad Science assembly that taught them all about sound waves.

ENL Educators Present to TESOL Conference

ENL Educators Present to TESOL Conference
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A team of six Deer Park English as a new language teachers and District Administrator of ENL and World Languages Ashley Rosenberg were recently selected by the New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages to present at the organization’s annual conference.

For the presentation, titled, “Creating Culturally Relevant and Globally Empathetic Lessons, K-12,” Rosenberg and teachers Marcella Biordi, Megan Boccard, Michelle Champlin, Kimberly Essig, Danielle Finocchiaro and Vanessa Pizzo compiled ideas and lessons they create to meet the needs of Deer Park'’ diverse English Language Learners. The seven educators were also given the opportunity to network with various ENL teachers and administrators from across the state.

“In addition to presenting information, we also had the opportunity to learn,” said Rosenberg. “Overall, presenting at the conference was a great opportunity and our team did wonderfully. I truly commend the teachers who took time out of their weekends to communicate their excellent ideas and lessons, which will benefit ELLs statewide.”

May Moore Second-Grader Wins Veterans Art Contest

May Moore Second-Grader Wins Veterans Art Contest
May Moore second-grader Erin Wong was recently honored by the Melville law firm Genser Dubow Genser & Cona for winning the firm’s veterans-themed These Colors Don’t Run art contest.


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