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Rhame Avenue School

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

   

2018-2019 After School SCOPE Program

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NEW: Rhame Avenue's Reading Corner

 

ERSD Emergency Planning - A Guide for Parents

 

 

 

 

 

Living Museum at Rhame Avenue

Fifth-grade students in Ms. Lori DeVarso’s, Mrs. Ashley Donovan’s and Mrs. Erin Kennedy’s classes at Rhame Avenue recently researched entrepreneurs. They then presented their research at a living museum. Students dressed up as their entrepreneur and the entire school body went to see the student “statues” come alive!



Egg-citing Challenge at Rhame Avenue

Egg-citing Challenge at Rhame Avenue photo
Students in Ms. Lori DeVarso’s fifth-grade class recently participated in an “Egg Drop Challenge.” The students were tasked with creating a device that can keep a raw egg intact when dropped from a significant height. Students built their devices from a limited amount of materials. Nine students created devices that were “Egg-tastic!” Their devices protected the raw egg from a height of about 7 feet. 

Rhame Kindergartners Bid Farewell to Mrs. Lalama

Rhame Kindergartners Bid Farewell to Mrs. Lalama photo
Rhame Avenue Kindergartners celebrated their last day of music class with Mrs. Roxanne Lalama. The students wished her farewell and gifted her a book filled with ideas to do in her retirement. Congratulations to Mrs. Lalama and thank you for all the students have learned from you this year!

Scenes from Rhame Avenue’s Field Day

Robots and Fun at Rhame Avenue

Robots and Fun at Rhame Avenue photo
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Rhame Avenue third-graders learned to build and program robots with the help of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) teacher Mrs. Michelle Healy. Students built Lego kit robots and used a coding program to direct the robots to perform different tasks. Robots were programmed to say hello, danced to disco music and moved around the perimeter of boxes and other items.