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Pulaski Street Elementary School


300 Pulaski Street

Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: 631.369.6794
Grades: 5-6





Patrick Burke

Assistant Principal:               

Callan Lonergan


Director of Security:

Terry Culhane


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Ms. Carrillo's

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.


We are so proud of our students who have showed initiative to become Pulaski Ambassadors. You are our leaders. 

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 Welcome Students Fall 2020




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:

Red for a Cause

Influencing Change

Showing Love to Seniors

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

A Writing Celebration

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Jaimie MacDonald’s fifth graders at Pulaski Street Elementary School recently concluded their second writing unit, informational writing, with a celebration with their families over Zoom. During the event, each student stood to read their piece to the Zoom audience, receiving positive feedback for their hard work. They prepared their compositions by participating in a writing process that included research, drafting and editing.

Showing Love to Seniors

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Students at Pulaski Street Elementary School in the Riverhead Central School District showed local seniors love by creating hundreds of Valentine’s Day cards for seniors in Riverhead and at the Southampton Senior Center.

“The students at Pulaski really want seniors to know that they are thinking of them,” said library media specialist Amelia Estevez Creedon.

The card project was part of the school’s monthly character education initiative and linked through the school’s intergenerational library program. In the past, students connected with local seniors through storytelling projects and caroling.

Toy Trucks Lead to Learning

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Pulaski Street Elementary School sixth grade students have been expanding their math and science knowledge as part of an interdisciplinary STEM program that was made possible through a grant from the Hess Corporation and Baylor College of Medicine.

School librarian Amelia Estevez Creedon secured the grant, which provided 12 Hess trucks that students are using to perform a variety of STEM-based experiments. Students are also researching simple machines using nonfiction texts and virtual resources such as e-books and videos.

“The program is a wonderful example of how children can learn through play,” said Estevez Creedon. “It’s great to see the kids laugh and enjoy the materials while simultaneously learning difficult concepts.”

Influencing change

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Following a lesson on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Danna Carrillo’s fifth grade class at Pulaski Street Elementary School brainstormed ways to influence change within their community.

The students considered a range of influences, from Black Lives Matters to rules regarding technology, after conducting research using news articles from Newsela and videos on Flocabulary. Their finished writings are on display in the school’s hallway.

Jingle all the Way

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To spread holiday cheer to their classmates, Pulaski Street Elementary School musicians spent the day before holiday break performing “Jingle Bells” for their peers during each lunch period.
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