David Enos, Principal
Riley Avenue School
374 Riley Avenue
Calverton, NY 11933
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OVERVIEW OF RILEY AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Riley Avenue is one of four K-4 elementary schools in the district. It is located on Riley Avenue in the community of Calverton. It's a short one mile hike from the L.I. Sound. The Riley Avenue School is the most rural of the Riverhead schools--but no longer surrounded by fields. It's student population has grown to over 640 students.
Riley has a full day kindergarten program, a self-contained special education class and a resource room.
The NYS Education Department has recognized Riley as a “high achieving” school!
"Student achievement at Riley Avenue remains high due to our staff and our partnership with you," states Riley Principal David Enos.
Ms. Jeanne Grim is the Riley Avenue Assistant Principal. Ms. Grim's phone number is 369-6805. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCHOOL-WIDE GOALS AT RILEY AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
At Riley, we want our pupils to truly enjoy their lower primary years as they learn and grow.
We want to recognize our parents for their ongoing support of our school. We welcome and appreciate you as partners in the education of our students. The solid home/school connection that we have at Riley Avenue is one of the main reasons why we have been successful.
The following areas continue as goals in the 2013-14 school year:
1. Emphasis on critical thinking and high level lesson planning across the curriculum.
2. Continued implementation of all aspects of our balanced literacy approach, with special attention to writing, including quality, stamina, and volume.
3. Successful implementation of our enVision math program K-4.
4. Character education with an ongoing emphasis on community service, a.k.a. “Riley Reaches Out.”
5. Wellness, with an emphasis on healthy choices.
6. Maintaining a safe and secure learning environment.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS AT RILEY AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Riley Avenue has a strong cultural arts committee which offers programming that stimulates student interest in the arts through programs like the Author or Artist in Residence program. All areas of the curriculum celebrate student learning: social studies and science lessons, class-to-class reading and math buddies, a schoolwide art show, publishing parties and celebrations and many, many community partnerships provide safety programs and service learning experiences.
Many of Riley's parents bring their expertise into the
classroom to provide enrichment to the curriculum through special
reading and writing programs or through some application of their
scientific knowledge. The Parents as Reading Partners (PARP) Week is a fun reading event that usually occurs in March.
Riley's Before School Childcare (i.e., Riley's Kids) program is often the organizing arm that involves the entire school in efforts to reach out to the Riverhead community through clothing and food drives, or special knitting projects for children in the hospital, letters and supplies for soldiers in Iraq, or gift bags for shut-ins.
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Elementary school hours are 9:05 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
We want to thank you, our parents, for your ongoing support of our school. We welcome and appreciate you as partners in the education of our students. The solid home/school connection that we have here is one of the main reasons why the State of New York has recently recognized us as a “high achieving” school.
Riley Avenue Parent Association (RAPA)
Riley Avenue has a very active parent association (RAPA). Many of their parents volunteer in some capacity throughout the year. Riley's parents bring their expertise into the classroom to provide enrichment to the curriculum orwork on projects like the new playground.
Riley Avenue Parent Association (RAPA) Website
MARY ANN VENE' & GARY RIDER - Co Presidents
GWENDOLYN "Wendy" LEVESQUE - Vice President
DENISE GUST - Treasurer
DEANNA JAKUBOWSKY - Secretary