At Centennial Avenue School Ms. Bloomfield’s classroom was transformed into a bat cave, her students were building a bat house, and learning all about bats for their science lesson. At the same time Ms. Knight and King’s students were also reading and learning about bats. These young chiropterologists, also referred to as bat scientists were very excited about their bat lessons and wanted to learn more, so they embarked upon a bat virtual field trip. (click to read more)
Roosevelt School District has been selected as a partner in Hofstra University’s STEM+ Computing (STEM+C) Program. This program is designed to help early high school students improve their skill in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by enhancing classroom technology instruction.
Students and staff dressed as superheros at the first Parent University of the year, hosted by Washington Rose Elementary School. Parents were invited to attend a variety of workshops, shop at the free gently used boutique and students took home free books, and sported tattoos from JJ the Clown!
Bullying, harassment and intimidation — often fueled by social media and apps — are ever-present concerns in Long Island schools. New York’s Dignity for All Students Act ...
Watch these videos to learn how KB, Josh, Milton, and their friends deal with kids who bully. After watching each video, take a quiz to see how much you know about bullying.