Gardiners Third grade students put their engineering and problem solving skills to the test this month.
Gardiners Avenue fourth graders in Jennifer O'Connell's class explored their creativity and the world of pop art during art class on Nov. 7.
Mrs. Suriano's class has been busy writing! They have been learning about different types of writing and practicing the writing process.
All students in Ms. Herbert's art class read the book, The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds
Elementary school students throughout the district will have access to free and enjoyable books year-round with the district's new lending libraries.
Gardiners Avenue students learned the importance of having a positive mindset when faced with challenges during the interactive assembly, NED's Mindset Mission on Oct. 28.
During the month of October, 4th graders decorated pumpkins to represent their favorite book characters.
Mrs. Donnelly's first graders completed a fun and engaging science experiment on Dissolving Candy Corn.
During the month of October, the kindergarten students at Gardiners Avenue School visited the Restoration Farm in Old Bethpage.
The students of Gardiners Avenue are extremely excited to have been playing scooter games.
September was an apple filled month for the Kindergarten students! The students learned all about Johnny Appleseed and how he helped spread apple trees across the country.
To celebrate the first day of fall in Mrs. Farley's first grade class, students learned about a favorite fall snack, apples!
The fifth grade students in Ms. Corron's class applied the lessons and skills they learned from their Maps and Globes unit to become cartographers in the classroom.
Mrs. Schadt's class was off to a great start in second grade! We quickly started writing activities to learn all about each other.
September is all about learning how to work with each other. Students in Mr. Bencivenga's third grade class at Gardiners Avenue did many different activities throughout September learning how to work in groups.
Where in the world is New York? The fourth graders are exploring the geography and landforms of our state.