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Autumn Riley PhotoRiley Avenue Elementary School


374 Riley Avenue
Calverton, NY 11933
Telephone: 631.369.6804



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 Raises $8,000 with Jump Rope for Heart

Riley Avenue Raises $8,000 with Jump Rope for Heart photo
Students in all grade levels at Riverhead School District’s Riley Avenue Elementary School improved their heart health as part of a student council fundraiser for the American Heart Association. 

The students raised $8,000 in sponsorships to participate in a variety of jumping activities during their gym periods on April 18. All of the activities were run by members of the school’s student council. 

Leading up to the event, the students learned about heart health and ways they can make a difference in the lives of those with heart conditions. 

Riley Celebrates STEM Day

Riley Celebrates STEM Day photo

To fully engage students in science, technology, engineering and math, Riley Avenue Elementary School in the Riverhead Central School District held its first STEM Day on April 16.

Students participated in a wide variety of STEM activities throughout the day, which carried a different theme for each grade level. They visited STEM stations where they had to work in teams to construct seaworthy vessels out of masking tape, code Ozobots, build skyscrapers out of spaghetti and lift objects using string. They also made tile mosaics, tested buoyancy and planted seeds. 

The day was coupled with career exploration, as students came to school dressed in attire that represented the career field they plan to enter or further explore.