East Quogue Elementary School first-graders recently visited the school garden as part of a special activity in honor of Earth Day.
Students learned about the importance of fruit and vegetable gardens and explored numerous maintenance techniques necessary to grow a healthy crop. At the conclusion of the garden lesson, each student received a black-eyed Susan seed to plant in the school reading garden.
You are invited to support this cause!
The East Quogue Marching Band is running an online drive raising most needed goods for families in crisis that are served by Long Island Cares - The Harry Chapin Food Bank. You can help reach the goal of 500 lbs by shopping online to support the drive.
Simply click here to Shop Now!
When you shop online, YouGiveGoods will email you a tax deductible receipt and all donations will be shipped at the close of the drive directly to the charity. Visit our page frequently to check our progress.
East Quogue Band Program's Disaster Relief Drive
Thank you for your consideration.
However you are able to help is greatly appreciated.
Drive ends on May 31st 2018
East Quogue Elementary School students in Kimberly Clemensesn’s music class recently participated in a plethora of engaging music activities studying instruments, rhythm and movement.
Students in Mrs. King’s kindergarten class played percussion instruments to keep a steady beat, Mrs. Koltzan’s class moved freely to music, Mrs. Bellucci’s students sang “Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley Grow” while incorporating rehearsed movements and Mrs. Culhane’s class performed a Chilean song, “Un Elefante,” while pretending to be elephants.
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!