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Pulaski Street Elementary School

 

300 Pulaski Street

Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: 631.369.6794

 

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Principal:

Patrick Burke

Assistant Principal:               

Callan Lonergan

   
 

Director of Security:

Terry Culhane

 

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Pulaski Welcome Back Video

 

 

New Dismissal Procedures (English & Spanish)

 

The Pulaski Street School houses 820 fifth and sixth grade students. It is located on Pulaski Street adjacent to Polish Town. The beautiful brick building with its majestic columns was erected in 1938 and was the site of the first high school. With its high ceilings and large windows, the school carries a special charm. School Hours are 8:05AM to 2:35PM.


Pulaski has strong community partnerships with community organizations:

-The Community Awareness Program (CAP) emphasizes self-esteem, discipline and remaining drug free.

-The Long Island Science Center provides many online and in person program for our students.

-The Riverhead Senior Center works alongside our media center to establish relationships with our senior and students. 

-The Riverhead Public Library provides all our students with the opportunity to access their resources through school and public library collaboration.

- Strong arts / music programs and community-sponsored essay contests.
- A variety of after school clubs and after school activities.
- Pulaski students and staff raise awareness and money each year for causes often inspired by the Reading/Writing program and participate in a number of other fund-raisers for charities.

 

   

 

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Welcome Students Fall 2020

 

 

Pulaski Pride

The mission of the Pulaski’s Positive Behavior Interventions System is to foster a positive, nurturing and safe school environment. The focus of the program is to promote positive behavior and foster good work habits.

Clear expectations of the behaviors are visible throughout our school. We explicitly teach these expectations to the students and celebrate positive behaviors with notes, acknowledgment and rewards.

  

Check out these great news articles, videos and links celebrating

Pulaski School:

Pulaski Moving Up Ceremony 2020

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Pulaski Street School Virtual Moving up Ceremony Program

Spring 2020 Welcome Fifth Graders

Pulaski Band Showcase

Pulaski Street Instrumental Music Parent Presentation for incoming 5th graders

CAP Pulaski Essay Winners

Pulaski Scouts Remember Andrew McMorris

Rembering Garfield Langhorne Jr.

New Assistant Principal at Pulaski

Long Island Science Center and Pulaski students

Pulaski Students Give the Gift of Music

Library Overhaul

Grant Helps With Library Vision

Irish Step Dancing FUN

Project Fitness Newsday



 



Current News

CAP Honors Volunteers Through Book Donation

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Pulaski Street Elementary School recently accepted a number of social and emotional learning books from the Riverhead Community Awareness Program that paid tribute to CAP’s dedicated volunteers.

Due to COVID-19, Riverhead CAP was unable to host its annual volunteer luncheon. In lieu of this event, the community organization honored its volunteers by purchasing books to add to the growing social-emotional collection at the Pulaski Street school library. Each book was dedicated to a volunteer who has devoted his or her time to teaching CAP’s social and emotional learning and Safety and Drug-Free Youth curriculum at Pulaski.

Amelia Estevez Creedon, Pulaski’s library media specialist, explained that social and emotional skills provide students with the ability to understand and manage their emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

“The social-emotional learning concepts introduced through literature help students work through tough issues that they face in their everyday world,” said Creedon. “The books have been selected specifically to support the CAP curriculum at Pulaski and the [New York State] Social Emotional Learning standards.”

“CAP was started by community volunteers in 1979, and today volunteers continue to be the driving force behind our most awarded and popular programs,” CAP director Felicia Scocozza said, adding of the donation, “We would be unable to provide these programs and services to students without the volunteers who genuinely care about the Riverhead community and donate their valuable time. We are grateful for the school-community partnerships we have developed.”

Vehicles for Change

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As part of a new Vehicles for Change program, students at Pulaski Street Elementary School in the Riverhead Central School District will be delving into lessons surrounding social awareness, social justice and responsible decision making. The program is part of the school’s social and emotional curriculum and is being provided in conjunction with the Long Island Museum.

School media specialist Amelia Estevez Creedon, who is overseeing the program, explained, “The lessons gained through [Vehicles for Change] will focus on historical events not often found in history books.”

The program includes a reading of the book “Lizzie Demands a Seat!: Elizabeth Jennings Fights for Streetcar Rights” by Beth Anderson. It also includes virtual interaction with on-site Long Island Museum educators to discuss social justice topics and movements, as well as the opportunity to participate in a virtual visit with Anderson.

“This is a very unique program and I am excited to teach it to my students,” said Creedon. “It touches on so many important aspects of social learning.”

Mobile School Pantry To Open

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To ensure that local families in need are well-nourished, the Riverhead Central School District is once again partnering with Long Island Cares to distribute free food and other essentials on a monthly basis at its three elementary schools throughout the school year.

The Mobile School Pantry will begin distribution on Monday, Sept. 21. The dates, times and locations are as follows:

  • Roanoke Elementary School, 549 Roanoke Ave., Riverhead
    Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 19, Feb. 22, March 15, April 19, May 17 and June 21 from 5-5:45 p.m.
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  • Phillips Avenue Elementary School, 141 Phillips Ave., Riverhead
    Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 19, Feb. 22, March 15, April 19, May 17 and June 21 from 6-6:45 p.m.
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  • Aquebogue Elementary School, 499 Main St., Aquebogue
    Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 19, Feb. 22, March 15, April 19, May 17 and June 21 from 7-7:45 p.m.
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