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East Elementary School

456 Neptune Boulevard, Long Beach, NY 11561
   
   
Principal:
Kathleen Connolly
Assistant Principal:
Cristine Zawatson
Nurse:
Heather Ricardo, R.N.
   
Hours: 9:20 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.
   
Main Office: (516) 897-2184 
Assistant Principal: (516) 897-2185
Nurse: (516) 897-2186

   ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

NEPTUNE NEWS – DAILY BROADCASTS

 

Elementary Enrichment Club Brochure 2021

 

Parent/Guardian Forms

Dental Form – English/Spanish

Emergency Contact Form – English/Spanish

Parent Link Form – English/Spanish

Health Examination Form – English/Spanish

Immunization Letter – English/Spanish

 

Parent Letter for New and Returning Students - August 2021

East School Kindergarten Visitation

5th - 6th Transition PARENT Meeting 21-22

5th - 6th Transition PARENT Meeting (SPANISH) 21-22

Look on the Virtual Club link to sign up for clubs

Chromebook Request Form/ Solicitud Para Un Chromebook

Welcome Back Letter 21-22 (English) (Spanish)

First Day Notices 21-22 (English) (Spanish)

Fifth Grade Promotion Video

 

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East Virtual School

Current News

International Dot Day Inspires Creativity, Courage and Collaboration in LB

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The Long Beach Public Schools’ elementary buildings participated in a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration on Sept. 15 when they observed International Dot Day. This movement is inspired by the book “The Dot,” by Peter H. Reynolds, which illustrates people’s power to make their marks on the world.

Throughout the schools, classes read and discussed “The Dot” and other books related to the theme. Students participated in Dot Day declarations, artwork and other activities, and many incorporated dots into their attire as well.

Students at Lindell shared their reflections during their morning announcements. “I make my mark by being kind,” “I make my mark by being creative” and “I make my mark by being different” are some of the thoughts they expressed.

East, Lido and West students showcased their abilities to make their marks through illustrations and paper dots, and West students additionally demonstrated the day’s message by raising funds for those impacted by Hurricane Ida.