Recently, East Quogue Elementary School students have been exploring music, science and the arts through engaging lessons and events.
Three sixth grade student-scientists, Chris Buono, Hailey Donahoe and Aidan Westra, were named winners of the annual science fair, and sixth grade students in Jackie Alessi’s class were tasked with creating the tallest plastic egg structure possible as part of a STEM challenge.
Music students have been showcasing their creative abilities as they create their own songs and mix music electronically. And continuing the excitement throughout the school building, the 2019 Jazz Band has begun its rehearsals for the Spring Concert performance on May 15 at 7 p.m.
East Quogue Elementary School students in Marrisa Thompson’s second-grade class and Cary Wyllie’s fifth-grade class teamed up as STEAM (science, technology engineering, arts and mathematics) Buddies and worked together to build “Gold Grabbers” using spoons.
In addition, Kim Palumbo’s class enjoyed new games donated by the East Quogue PTA for indoor recess.
Earth Rangers in action harvesting new crops in our School Garden.
Another new and exciting initiative at the East Quogue Elementary
We're very proud of our Earth Rangers!