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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

 

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Lista de verificación y carta de autoevaluación de salud del estudiante

 

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Rhame Spirit Week

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Rhame Avenue School students adorned themselves in holiday cheer while participating in the school’s Spirit Week. Students and staff dressed based on each theme throughout the three-day week. This included themes like “Favorite Holiday Sweater,” “Holiday Headgear” and “One More Sleep” (favorite comfy pajamas).

Students Narrate Snowman/Snowwoman Stories

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Rhame Avenue Elementary School second grade students in Ms. Maryann Raffaniello and Mrs. Deborah Iannico’s class and Mrs. Marissa Diamond’s and Mrs. Erin Kennedy’s classes got into the holiday spirit by listening to the story “Snowmen at Night.”

They wrote a story pretending they were a snowman or snowwoman at night by using their knowledge of personal narrative writing. Various Thinking Maps were used to help guide students’ thinking and writing process. Some of the creative activities the students pretended to do if they were snowmen or snowwomen included playing tennis with a frozen racket, dodgeball with a snowball or dance and twirl like a ballerina in the snow. They then illustrated their individual snowman/snowwoman with a winter snowy scene.

Elementary Choirs Deliver Holiday Performances

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Elementary Beginner and Concert Choirs used their musical talents to spread holiday cheer by participating in the 2021 Winter Concert. View video below to witness their performances.

Rhame Students Lend a Helping Hand for Pajama Drive

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Rhame Avenue Elementary School students in Ms. Maryann Raffaniello’s class offered a helping hand this holiday season for children who face adversity by participating in the annual Scholastic Pajama Drive.

The students collected 15 pairs of new pajamas, which were donated to In Kind Donation in Bethpage. For every pair of pajamas donated, Scholastic donated a brand-new book to children affected by instability.

The district applauds the students for their efforts in this worthy cause.

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