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Notice of Regular BOE Video Teleconference Meeting - March 9

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March Food Drive

Elementary Students Celebrate 100 Days of Learning

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The elementary students celebrated being 100 days smarter during their respective 100 days of school celebrations on Feb. 26.

Each building held different activities all centered around the number 100. Students dressed up as if they were 100 years old and paraded around the buildings with walkers and canes in hand. At Forest Avenue Elementary, each class comprised a list of the “100 Things We Love about Forest” to be hung in the main lobby. Each student also received the number 100, which will be used to create a picture from the number.

South Bay Elementary students enjoyed a special 100th day snack, built structures with 100 Legos and created a 100th day T-shirt. At John F. Kennedy Elementary, fifth graders took a time warp photo to imagine what they would look like at 100 years old. First graders at John F. Kennedy participated in learning activities centered around the number 100.

At Tooker Avenue, the PTA encouraged students to write letters to frontline workers to celebrate the 100th day of school. These letters, cards and pictures were distributed to local hospitals, precincts and firehouses to express the students’ gratitude

Spirit Week Feb 2021

February was a very busy month at Tooker Avenue Elementary. The anticipation and enjoyment of our Mid-Winter Recess, wasn't the only exciting thing to happen. The week before our break, the school celebrated Spirit Week led by the 5th grade Student Council. Each day had a different theme! We had Spirit/Sports Day, Crazy Hair/Hat Day, 80's Day, Future Day and the very popular Pajama Day! The week was enjoyed by students and staff!

100th Day of School

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The week after break, the students were able to have another celebration....... the "100th day of school"! Various celebrations, lessons and activities were conducted throughout the building. In addition, our PTA encouraged our students to write letters to our front line workers to celebrate the 100th day of school. These letters, cards and pictures are being distributed to local hospitals, precincts and fire houses to express the students gratitude!

 

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