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Aquebogue Elementary School

PO Box 1200 – 499 Main Road
Aquebogue, NY 11931
Telephone: 631.369.6780
Fax: 631.369.0543
Grades: K-4

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Aquebogue T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More)
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Welcome to The 2022-2023 School Year!

Aquebogue Elementary School is committed to being a supportive, nurturing environment in which students learn to overcome challenges and thrive socially, emotionally, and academically. We are proud of the exceptionally strong instruction and support we provide not just in the general education classroom but also in special education, English as a New Language, and reading, as well as through the work of our psychologist, social workers, nurse, and speech, physical, and occupational therapists.

Latest News
Scientific Exploration at Aquebogue

Scientific Exploration at Aquebogue

Earlier this month, Aquebogue first and second graders embarked on a scientific exploration in the school’s courtyard, led by teacher Ms. Mary Cipriano. Students have been learning about the different types of plants and insects that appear during the spring....

Outdoor Learning Space Honors Longtime Kindergarten Teacher

Outdoor Learning Space Honors Longtime Kindergarten Teacher

On May 20, members of the Riverhead school community gathered at Aquebogue Elementary School to dedicate a new outdoor learning space in memory of Keri Stromski. Ms. Stromski was a beloved, longtime kindergarten teacher at Aqueboque who passed away last year after a...

Aquebogue Elementary School Hosts Science Fair

Aquebogue Elementary School Hosts Science Fair

Aquebogue Elementary School recently hosted a science fair to showcase students’ outstanding scientific research projects. Students across grade levels submitted projects to be judged for the opportunity to be entered into Brookhaven National Laboratory’s...

Aquebogue Student Leadership Team Spreads Autism Awareness

Aquebogue Student Leadership Team Spreads Autism Awareness

Fourth grade members of the Student Leadership Team at Aquebogue Elementary School were eager to share their leadership skills by reading to other classes in the building. Students decided to focus their read-alouds on books that celebrated autism because April is...