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Autumn Riley PhotoRiley Avenue Elementary School

 

374 Riley Avenue
Calverton, NY 11933
Telephone: 631.369.6804

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Principal: David Enos Assistant Principal: Jeanne Grim

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 almost 600 students.

Riley has a full day kindergarten program, a self-contained special education class and a resource room.

"As always, please feel free to contact us with any ideas that you have that will further the education of our students. It is a pleasure to be your school administrators" - Riley Principal David Enos.



Riley Avenue Student Council worked for Unity during Unity Week.


Current News

Hands-On Library Challenges

Hands-On Library Challenges photo

Students in Riverhead Central School District’s Riley Avenue Elementary School culminated their library learning this year with several hands-on challenge activities during the last week of school. As part of the lesson, led by librarian Amelia Estevez Creedon, students worked together to solve a variety of problems, decode words, create designs, build structures and code robots.

A Grand Old Celebration

A Grand Old Celebration photo

Second-graders at Riley Avenue Elementary School in the Riverhead Central School District celebrated Flag Day on June 14. As part of the observance, the students sang patriotic songs and recited facts about the American flag to an audience of parents and friends. Prior to the event, the students created colorful pieces of artwork related to the flag.

 

 

 

Riley Avenue Raises $6,346 with Jump Rope for Heart

Riley Avenue Raises $6,346 with Jump Rope for Heart photo

Students at Riley Avenue Elementary School improved their heart health as part of a student council fundraiser for the American Heart Association.

Participating in the AHA’s Jump Rope for Heart program, students in all grade levels raised $6,346 in sponsorships to participate in a variety of jumping activities during their gym periods on June 5. 

Leading up to the event, the students learned about heart health and ways they can make a difference in the lives of those with heart conditions. 

Students Pen Winning Essays

Students Pen Winning Essays photo
Riley Avenue Elementary School students earned prizes for essays they penned for the Riverhead Elks Club annual Essay contest. The young authors will receive prizes for their essays, “What the American flag means to me,” at a ceremony on June 9. Pictured, from left, are winners Joseph Hampson, first place; Anna Skopyk third place; and Cadence Gellner, fourth place. Not pictured is second-place winner Dylan Mashmann.