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Rhame Avenue School

100 Rhame Avenue, East Rockaway, NY 11518
Phone: (516) 887-8300  

School Hours:
8:30 am - Arrival/Line Up
8:40 am - Morning bell
2:50 pm - Kindergarten dismissal
3:00 pm - Grades 1-6 dismissal    


Principal:

Dr. Ayesha M. McArthur

 

2019-2020 After School SCOPE Program

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Superintendent's Letter - New Rhame Avenue Principal

 

ERSD Emergency Planning - A Guide for Parents

 

RAS Cafeteria Expectations
RAS Recess Expectations

 

Rhame Avenue's Reading Corner

 

 

 

 

 

Current News

Algorithm in Long Division

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Rhame Avenue fourth graders in Mrs. Gail Beyrer and Mrs. Jessica Beufve’s class practiced the standard algorithm in long division. Students were able to work together and solve problems on the floor by utilizing their whole body to remember the steps and where the numbers were placed.



Student Portraits Displayed at Public Library

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Rhame Avenue Elementary School students got crafty by creating self-portraits during the K-2 Pajama/Story Night. The self-portraits were then compiled for display at the East Rockaway Public Library.




Rhame Story and Craft Night

Rhame Avenue School was filled with excitement while participating in the PTA-sponsored Story/Craft Night. All kindergarten to second grade students arrived in their pajamas to listen to stories read by the school principal, Ayesha McArthur, along with sixth graders Madison Necega and Juliette Travia. 

Students also enjoyed milk and cookies and made self-portraits that will be displayed in the school.

Second Graders Craft Supportive Structure

Rhame Avenue Elementary School’s second grade students worked collaboratively to build a structure that would support 25 teddy bears. The activity is part of a science lesson, where students are sharpening their knowledge on supports and structures. In addition, they are learning to write like scientists by forming a hypothesis in Writer’s Workshop. 

The supportive structures that the students crafted were made from masking tape, paper plates, construction paper, aluminum foil and toilet paper rolls. The activity was a great way to integrate their learning in an interactive and meaningful way.







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