East Quogue Students Spread Kindness

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Throughout the month of December, East Quogue Elementary School first-grade students spread the spirit of generosity as they collectively participated in activities benefiting others. 

The first-grade students took part in multiple community service initiatives as they engaged in random acts of kindness around the building. They created necklaces for faculty and staff members and gathered a collection of socks to be donated to local senior citizens. 

Continuing December’s theme of generosity, students created bookmarks in art class that they then included in letters to first-graders at the Helen Jydstrup Elementary School in Las Vegas, Nevada. Along with their letters, the East Quogue students included stuffed “Reading Bears” and books to share their love for reading with their new student buddies. 

All About Bears

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Through informational texts, kindergartners are learning about bears. Students drew pictures and wrote down their favorite bear facts, which were shared during the lesson.

Bond Issue

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Facilities Evaluation for Proposed Bond Issue

East Quogue Students Honored

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Several special students in the East Quogue Union Free School District were recognized during an award ceremony honoring the all-star students for the month of November.

Multiple students across each grade level were selected as the Principal's Choice Award Winners for their exceptional actions embodying empathy, the theme for November. As part of the special ceremony, PTA Student of the Month Valentina Zarama was recognized as she was presented with a medal for her accomplishments. Continuing the special recognition of the Student of the Month, Valentina's name was displayed in front of the East Quogue Elementary School.

East Quogue Turkey Trot

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East Quogue Union Free School District students, family, staff and alumni recently participated in this year’s “Catch the Turkey Trot” outside of East Quogue Elementary School. The Thanksgiving spirit was plentiful as participants helped raise approximately $700. The money raised during the event will go toward funding various health and wellness initiatives, including Kiddie Fit, yoga and dance activities for East Quogue students.


East Quogue Makes Music

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East Quogue Union Free School District students in Kimberly Clemensen's music class have been participating in a plethora of musical activities as they become familiar with musical instruments and rhythm concepts.

In a recent music class, first-grade students practiced composing rhythms by arranging popsicle sticks in different patterns. Third-grade students worked collaboratively as they practiced songs on their recorders and fifth-grade students astutely analyzed a cartoon for which they will compose their own soundtrack.

Students Learn about Landforms

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Sixth grade students enjoyed an in-house field trip with Steve, an educator from the Group for the East End. He taught students about geological landforms and explained how Long Island was created by a glacier. This fun activity ended with an ice cream treat that simulated a glacier creating a landform.

A Hands-On Experience

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Educators from the Group for the East End met with sixth-graders at Ponquogue Beach, where they led the students through four stations to teach them about the bay estuary system.

Field Study

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Fifth-grade science students from East Quogue Elementary school recently participated in a science field study as part of their comparative research of Long Island's North and South shores.

During the field study at Wildwood State Park, students learned about the formation of our island as a terminal moraine, made up of the debris that has accumulated as a result of an advancing glacier. Then, utilizing soil sifters, students examined the rocky makeup of the North Shore soil. Students also studied directionality incorporating a compass to identify their location on the island.

Concluding the study, the student scientists created and studied topographic maps.

Halloween Goody Bags

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Fourth grade students at East Quogue Elementary School assembled Halloween goody bags for the children at Stony Brook Hospital. Each student decorated one bag and stuffed it with Halloween goodies such as slap bracelets, pencils, glow-in-the dark tattoos, stickers, activity pads, rainbow scratch masks and of course some gooey slime. This was a great activity to teach the students that giving is just as fun as receiving!

Student Meteorologists

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Third-graders in Mrs. Squires' class have been learning about weather. Students had the chance to conduct experiments in the lab with hot water, a cup and ice to show evaporation and condensation, all parts of the water cycle.

Students also had the opportunity to go outside to use a weather vane and check the rain gauge.

Spooky Fun Glow Run

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Elementary students participated in the 5th annual Spooky Fun Glow Run on Oct. 20. Students dressed up in their Halloween costumes and glow attire for a chance to win prizes. They had the opportunity to play Glow Gaga, run the Spooky Track and dance to the music. Parents also joined in the fun and played a few rounds of Glow Gaga. The Glow Run is organized by the East Quogue Schools Wellness Committee.   

Student Scientists

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Mrs. Thompson’s Second Grade scientists were having fun in the science lab. Students were exploring the different ways matter can change. 

Garden Update

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The Earth Rangers in action harvesting new crops in our School Garden. Another new and exciting initiative at the East Quogue Elementary School.

We're very proud of our Earth Rangers!

Garden Update

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Photos of today's construction of the new, beautiful garden.

We are very excited about this new educational opportunity for our students.

Kindergarteners Learn about Temperature

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Our budding meteorologists learn how to read thermometers in the science lab. As part of the unit, students learned the parts of a thermometer and compared the temperatures of hot water and cold water. 

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