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Northeast School

Address: 420 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
Main Office: (631) 565‑6400
Grades: Pre-K Center
Principal: Dr. Pauline Collins
School Hours: 9:10am‑3:10pm

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Northeast Elementary School holds Black History Month celebration

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Pre-K and kindergarten students at Northeast Elementary School in Amityville held an amazing performance in front of their parents during the school’s annual Black History Month program on Feb. 16.

Directed by music teacher Megan Ashe, students and staff members performed a medley of songs in the school’s gymnasium such as “This Little Light of Mine,” “Peace Like a River,” and “Scat Like That.” The gymnasium also featured a decorative art showcase that was organized by art teacher Nicole Pappas.

The performance concluded with an African dance from special guest Dianne Robinson.

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Date Added: 2/23/2024

Northeast Elementary School kicks off Black History Month celebration

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On Feb. 1, students at Northeast Elementary School in Amityville were eager to kick off their schoolwide Black History Month celebration.

Several guest readers visited classrooms at Northeast as they read numerous books such as “ABC Black History and Me” by Queenbe Monyei, “Jabari Jumps” by Gaia Cornwall, and “I Promise” by LeBron James. The guest readers included the district’s Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gina Talbert, the district’s Administrative Assistant Eddie Backus, and several community leaders.

Northeast thanks all of the guest readers who took time to read with the school’s pre-K students.

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Date Added: 2/7/2024

Northeast Elementary School students hold assembly ahead of MLK Day

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Pre-K and kindergarten students came together to celebrate renowned Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during an assembly on Jan. 12 at Northeast Elementary School in Amityville.

Students studied Dr. King’s life and his contributions to the United States and the world in their classes. When they gathered for the schoolwide celebration in the school’s gymnasium, Principal Dr. Pauline Collins asked several students to share what they learned. The youngsters cited Dr. King’s commitments to kindness and peace, and how he fought hard to ensure that all students could attend school together regardless of race.

During the assembly, students also watched videos about the life and legacy of Dr. King, and they sang songs about peace.

Dr. Collins said it is important for students to understand why they have a day off from school each January — to celebrate Dr. King’s efforts toward peace and equality. She also reminded them to incorporate the values he preached into their everyday lives.

Date Added: 1/12/2024