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420 Albany Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
Phone Number: 631-565-6400
Grades: Pre-K Center
Principal: Dr. Pauline Collins
Hours: Pre-K: 9:10 a.m. – 3:10 p.m.


Current News

Amityville’s Northeast Elementary School Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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(January 2022)—The week prior to Martin Luther King, Jr. Day students in Northeast Elementary School participated in classroom activities designed to educate students about the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King.

“It was wonderful to see our students learn about and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,” said Dr. Collins, Principal of Northeast Elementary School. “Our staff did a wonderful job helping students understand the important contributions Dr. King made to the Civil Rights movements.”

Students created themed centers, read stories, watched videos, sang songs, and drew portraits of Dr. King. During their lessons the 4 year old students explained vocabulary words such as “freedom,” “peace,” “fairness” and “kindness.” Northeast Elementary Pre-K students took part in activities which were designed to enlighten them about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s teachings and the values for which he fought.

Amityville Northeast Elementary School’s Pre-K Students Create a Community Museum

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(January 2022)—On Monday, January 10, Pre-K students at Northeast Elementary School in the Amityville School District celebrated their Pre-K theme, “Our Community,” with a grand culminating activity of creating a community museum. Each class picked a different place they had seen and visited in their neighborhood and added it as a feature of the museum.

“This was a great experience for our students. It was gratifying to see all our Pre-K students and educators working together to bring to fruition such an awesome project,” said Dr. Pauline Collins, Principal of Northeast Elementary School. “I want to thank all of our Pre-K teachers for engaging these young students in such a creative and instructive manner.”

The students actively took part in exploring and generating ideas together throughout the project. The students demonstrated their design skills as they created and decorated each area in their community to be displayed in the school cafeteria. Throughout the day, classes visited the community museum where students saw a variety of places such as a post office, supermarket, a Target store, gas station, park, restaurants, fire station, police station, school, laundromat and even the Amityville Library.





































Tuesday, January 25, 2022