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Parent Workshop: Supporting Your Kids Throughout the School Year


BG Explorers Search for Fall

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Third grade students at Bowling Green Elementary School created telescopes and explored the school grounds on Oct. 9. The curious students searched for the beginning signs of the fall season, tracking their findings in special journals.

East Meadow Honors Board of Education

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The East Meadow School District celebrated School Board Recognition Week at their monthly meeting on Oct. 14. Superintendent Dr. Kenneth A. Card Jr. expressed his gratitude for the dedication of each member of the board on behalf of the entire community. Dr. Card presented each board member with a special certificate as a thank you for their support.

“The East Meadow School District is joining all public school districts across the state to celebrate School Board Recognition Week, by honoring the board members for their commitment to East Meadow and its children,” Dr. Card said.

Director of Music and Art, Kelly Gelfer, and Art Department Chairperson Heather Anastasio, then gifted each member with a ceramic vase, each of which were handmade by W.T. Clarke High School students in Mr. James Parisi’s creative crafts class.

“We thank you for your service to the East Meadow community and for your support of all programs, making East Meadow an incredible place to learn,” Ms. Gelfer said.

The district wishes to thank all of the board members for their dedication to the community. 


Making Dream Catchers at Bowling Green

Students in Mrs. Sheikhlar’s third grade class have been learning about the Native American culture, heritage and traditions. After learning about the significance of the dream catcher, they created their own! 

“America the Beautiful” by EMHS and WTCHS Marching Bands

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East Meadow High School and W.T. Clarke High School Marching Bands have submitted their performances of “America The Beautiful” for a virtual two-hour Columbus Day celebration on WABC. Last year, East Meadow High School Marching Band placed first in the Columbus Day Parade and the W.T. Clarke Marching Band captured second. The special will be aired on WABC and include a combination of live elements and pre-recorded segments of selected Marching Bands – East Meadow hopes their submissions will be selected in the virtual celebration. The district congratulates the student musicians on their accomplishments and impressive performances!