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Beginning Monday, the remaining elementary-school students in the East Meadow School District — those in second through fifth grades — will return to full-time classes. Bowling Green Elementary students have been practicing their spelling in the parking lot, as seen above.
Teachers in the East Meadow School District have been learning new ways to stop the coronavirus from spreading. Students at East Meadow High School have been training in smaller, socially separated ensembles organized by instrument.
The excitement and enthusiasm of students who were seeing classmates and teachers in person for the first time since March was the first thing David Casamento encountered when he visited the nine buildings in the East Meadow School District during the first week of classes, he said.
Casamento, the district’s assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, said, “It was heartwarming to see our teachers embracing students.” “They were afraid, too, and some of them probably are still scared today, but… we’re trying to ease as much tension and pressure as possible.”
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Honorable mentions were recently given to eighth grade students from W.T. Clarke Middle School and Woodland Middle School in the East Meadow Union Free School District for their work presented at Long Island History Day, advancing them to the state level… Read More >
Schools in the East Meadow School District produced videos for the 2021 East Meadow Music Department Showcase in celebration of Music in Our Schools Months. MIOSM is an annual month-long celebration of music, according to the National Association for Music Education… Read More >
First grade students in MaryAnne Sadaphal’s Bowling Green Elementary School class recently signed their names to a puzzle piece in honor of Autism Awareness Month. The pattern of the puzzle pieces reflects the complexity and variety of the…
The NAMM Foundation has awarded the East Meadow Union Free School District the Best Communities for Music Education distinction for its exemplary contribution to music education. Districts that show… Read More > are given the designation.
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1 249 people are eligible for a free lunch (18 percent )
319 people are eligible for a reduced-price lunch (5 percent )
301 English Language Learner (4 percent )
798 students with special needs (11 percent )
96 percent of people showed up. Suspensions for students with less than three years of experience: 117 (2%) 7% with a master’s degree plus 30 hours or a doctorate: 57 percent with no valid teaching certification: 0% 0% of the population is not certified. Teachers with less than five years of experience have a 12 percent turnover rate. The overall teacher turnover rate is 6%.
(2016-2017) Student Outcome: In 2016-2017, there were 578 12th graders. Completed High School (Graduates + Commencement Credentials): 588 573 Regents Diploma (98 percent ) 398; Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation; Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation; Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation (68 percent ) 13 people have dropped out (1 percent )
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On March 24, local politicians and community leaders joined East Meadow School District professionals to read to kindergarten through fifth-grade classes, capping Meadowbrook Elementary School’s two-week Pick a Reading Partner initiative.
Before escorting the guest readers to their classrooms, student leaders from each class posed with them for a picture amid giant circus curtains and decorative props such as balloons, popcorn, and top hats, in keeping with the school’s PARP theme of “Step Right Up, Read a Book.”
Nasrin Ahmad, Hempstead Town Clerk, Assemblyman Tom McKevitt, Nassau County Legislator Norma Gonzalves, PTA Council President Donna LaScala, district administrators, and other prominent community members were among those who read grade-level-appropriate books to the students.