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District Reopening Plan

Bowling Green School

2340 Stewart Ave.
Westbury, NY 11590

Principal: Maria Ciarametaro

Assistant Principal: Amelia Olivera Garcia

Important Phone Numbers

Main Office:

516-876-7480
516-876-7490
Nurse:
516-876-7495 
BG Fax:
516-876-8458
District Hotline:
516-228-5232
Transportation:
516-478-5771

 

Bowling Green Elementary School belongs to the East Meadow School District located in the center of Nassau County, Long Island, NY. We are a large school with almost 900 students in grades K to 5.

In-Person District Art Show Returns

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The East Meadow School District was once again able to commend their student artists in person at their districtwide art show at the Leon J. Campo Salisbury Center on June 1 and 2. Students, families and community members were invited to visit the show during specified times, allowing for a safe and enjoyable viewing.

“While viewing artwork in a virtual capacity is certainly wonderful, nothing compares to experiencing original works of art in person,” Art Department Chairperson Heather Anastasio said. “We are thrilled to be able to bring this experience to our student artists and their families.”

Art teachers from throughout the district were also in attendance to celebrate the work of their students. Each teacher chose 13 works of art from their classes, including those who were included in this year’s virtual All-County Art Exhibit but were unable to have their work displayed in person. The evening was also a welcome return for the community, which has always greatly supported the district’s art program.

“I would like to thank the East Meadow community for the continued celebration and support of our program,” Director of Music and Art Kelly Gelfer said. “The district’s commitment to the arts continues to be our biggest strength.”

Learning Through Play at Bowling Green

Third grade students at BG participating in

In celebration of completing state exams, fourth grade students in Tricia King, Allison Brafman and John Sudano and Stephanie Pergola's classes Bowling Green participated in “Glow in the Dark Day.” Teachers transformed their classrooms to be glow in the dark, complete with black lights, glow sticks and highlighter paint. Each class had six different stations where teams of students worked on STEM, reading and social-emotional learning challenges. When students successfully completed a challenge, they played games such as cornhole, Jenga and ring toss. 

Saving The Earth One Pair At A Time

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Barnum Woods Elementary School recently held a shoe drive for Wearable Collections in honor of Earth Day. Wearable Collections creates accessible hubs for clothing collection and keep over 95% of what they collect out of landfills. Students donated unwanted or outgrown shoes and overall, the school collected more than 1,970 shoes. The most shoes collected was 300 pairs by Mrs. Kirichenko’s fourth grade class. They will be treated to a brunch with Assistant Principal Harriet Alfano for their impressive work! Special thanks the Barnum Woods Planning Management Team for organizing the drive and hosting the brunch to recognize the students’ generosity and hard work. 

Bowling Green Inventors

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Third grade students at Bowling Green Elementary School have been learning about famous inventors and were inspired by the book The Gadget War to make inventions. The class identified problems they could solve, brainstormed ideas and found the best solutions. The students then tested their prototypes and made necessary changes to perfect their inventions. 

What A Wonderful East Meadow

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Students in Laura Baez’s third grade class at Bowling Green Elementary School recently celebrated Earth Day with a colorful art project. After listening to the song “What a Wonderful World,” the students used watercolor paint to illustrate various verses of the song!