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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

Riley Avenue Celebrates Unity Day

Riley Avenue Celebrates Unity Day photo

On Oct. 25, Riley Avenue Elementary School students celebrated national Unity Day, which brings students across the country together in the name of kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

As part of the antibullying event, the students wore orange to school and participated in a Project Connect activity. For the activity, they each wrote kind words on a strip of paper that was then connected into a large chain. The chain symbolized unity among the students.

Riverhead Sends Relief

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Students across the Riverhead Central School District are doing their part to assist those affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. 

At Aquebogue Elementary School, students have been collecting nonperishable goods including bottled water, baby wipes, diapers, canned foods, new clothing and blankets. The drive is being coordinated with the assistance of the PTO. 

Meanwhile, Pulaski Street sixth-grade teacher Colleen Nizza kicked off a collection drive with her students. All of the donations received will be shipped to Texas as part of the Helping Makes You Happy Foundation. 

Roanoke Elementary school students raised $200 through a car wash that they held at their school. The money they raised will be used to purchase school supplies for Ripley House Charter School in Houston. The school was damaged during Hurricane Harvey. 

First-graders at Riley Avenue have also commenced a fundraiser. They are working on creating a class book that they will be selling for $1 each. The money they raise will be donated to the Red Cross Relief Fund. #ThisisRiverhead

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