2017-2018 East Broadway News
East Broadway fourth graders, in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, enjoyed some hands-on math.
In February, East Broadway Elementary School introduced a new Mindfulness Club to third-grade students to educate them on how to live in the present moment and be aware of their emotions.
As part of their new unit on the moon, first-graders in Jennifer DeLuca and Karen Vaiano's classes at East Broadway Elementary School built models of the moon, sun and earth on Feb. 27.
Mrs. Menard's morning Math Academy creating Flip Chutes to practice multiplication facts.
Congratulations to our East Broadway students that were selected as one of this year's All-County Artists.
Fifth-graders at East Broadway Elementary School recently put on their dancing shoes for the second year of the school's Dancing Classroom residency. Facilitated by Eileen Clarke of Dancing Classrooms Long Island, the fifth-grade classes began their residency at the beginning of January, learning how to ballroom dance.
Student council members at East Broadway Elementary School recently hosted their annual winter coat drive to give back to those in need this holiday season.
In honor of Veterans Day, fourth-graders at East Broadway Elementary School recently discussed and read about the importance of the day, while showing their support for local veterans.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, East Broadway students were challenged to raise over $500 for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Twenty East Broadway Elementary School students were officially sworn in as peer mediators on Oct. 13 after completing a total of 16 hours of training since the start of the new school year.
Teaching Teamwork: Cup Stacking Challenge - The students in Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs. Gerken's 4th grade class at East Broadway worked in small groups to build cup towers. Students were given only a rubber band with yarn strings.
It was a bittersweet day for Theresa Joseph and Maureen Rheel, two long time crossing guards at East Broadway Elementary School, who retired on Sept. 15. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tonie McDonald, East Broadway administrators, PTA members, students and families bid the two a proper farewell as they moved into the next chapter of their lives.
Fourth graders in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class at East Broadway enjoyed some fun in math. The children practiced place value through the millions in group rotations.
Fourth graders in Mrs. Cavanaugh's class, from East Broadway School, were treated to a Spanish lesson this morning.