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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
   
Directory of Security: Terry Culhane
 

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

An Hour of Code

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Students at Riley Avenue Elementary School in the Riverhead Central School District celebrated Computer Science Education Week in December by learning code through activities provided by Code.org. Each student was presented with a certificate after successfully completing several programming tasks using a variety of coding technologies.   
 

Math Wizards

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Fourth grader Riley Kidney and third grader Shane Wallace have been named Riley Avenue Elementary School’s Math Students of the Month. To earn the award, the students participated in the school’s new “Math Problem of the Week” challenge, spearheaded by teacher Linda Wallace. They answered a series of challenging math questions every week, providing the best explanations. 
 

Riley Holds First Thanksgiving Parade

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Riley Avenue Elementary School students entertained their peers with a Thanksgiving parade, complete with balloons, on Nov. 25.

The colorful parade was inspired by the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which the students learned more about by watching videos and reading “Balloons Over Broadway: The True Story of the Puppeteer of Macy’s Parade” by Melissa Sweet. They also participated in discussions on the logistics of the parade and how the floats, balloons and costumes are made. 

The students then brought their learning to life by creating their own balloons. They started out by sketching their ideas and listing the materials they needed before making them.  

Following the parade, the students performed in the school’s inaugural Thanksgiving play, which told the story of the first Thanksgiving. The events culminated with a Thanksgiving feast in the cafeteria. 

 

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