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Mike Miller's Letter to the Community

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Click here to view the letter

Date Added: 4/19/2024


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Congratulations to East Quogue’s student of the month, principal choice award winners, and artist of the month award winner. You are such great role-models for our students and school community.

Art Student of the Month – Simon Burns

Principal Choice Awards – Noah Miranda, Emery Sullivan and Tessa Sweet

Student of the Month – Harper Hudson

Date Added: 4/17/2024

Learning from VIPs

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Mrs. Culhane’s class participated in VIP Week where kindergarten students had the opportunity to introduce important individuals to classmates. Kindergartener Luna Sochol introduced her mother, a doctor, to the class. Dr. Sochol taught the students how to make a cast for a bunny.

Date Added: 4/10/2024

Engineers in the Making

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Sixth grade students applied their knowledge of energy transfers and transformations to their Rube Goldberg projects.

Rube Goldberg was best known for his cartoons, which depicted complicated gadgets built to perform simple tasks, known as Rube Goldberg Machines.

Date Added: 4/10/2024

Kindergarten Celebrates the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Kindergarten students studied Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in preparation for the national remembrance of this American hero’s legacy on Jan. 15. On the hallways outside their classrooms, the students and their teachers created memorials signifying his message of peace and love with peace signs and portraits of the civil rights leader. They also included statements of Dr. King’s accomplishments for the entire student body to see.

Date Added: 4/10/2024