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Rhame Avenue School

100 Rhame Avenue, East Rockaway, NY 11518
Phone: (516) 887-8300
 
Principal:
Erik C. Walter

   

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Budget Vote 05/16/17

  

 

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Rhame Avenue’s Living Museum

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Students in Ms. Lori DeVarso’s, Mrs. Ashley Donovan’s and Mrs. Allison Gerbert's classes hosted their annual Entrepreneur Living Museum. Students researched various entrepreneurs and then created posters, glogsters and memorized speeches to perform for grades K-4 at Rhame Avenue.

Rhame Avenue Students Learn About Library Offerings

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Heather Massa, librarian at the East Rockaway Public Library recently spoke with third-graders from Rhame Avenue. Ms. Massa suggested books the children might want to read over the summer and the programs the library has to offer. The students then created a bookmark. All of the children were encouraged to participate in the Summer Reading Program at the public library.

Rhame Avenue Students Learn About Library Offerings

Rhame Avenue Students Learn About Library Offerings Photo
Heather Massa, librarian at the East Rockaway Public Library recently spoke with third-graders from Rhame Avenue. Ms. Massa suggested books the children might want to read over the summer and the programs the library has to offer. The students then created a bookmark. All of the children were encouraged to participate in the Summer Reading Program at the public library.

Rhame Avenue Students Work to Make Changes

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Second-graders in Mrs. Marissa Diamond’s and Mrs. Iannico’s class toured the Rhame Avenue School and assessed areas that need improvement in some way. The students then used these ideas to create a classroom list and displayed their thinking about one of their ideas on a thinking tree map. From there, persuasive letters will be written to a variety of people with the authority to help make their positive changes a reality.

Kitchen Utensils Make Beautiful Music at Rhame

Kitchen Utensils Make Beautiful Music at Rhame Photo
Rhame Avenue kindergartners in Mrs. Karen Callaghan's class learned the Scottish folk song “Aiken Drum,” which tells the story of a man who lives on the moon with a kitchen and uses his utensils to play music. Under the guidance of music teacher Roxanne Lalama, students learned that when kitchen utensils become musical instruments, they could make many sounds and together create rhythmic harmony!

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