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    Albany Ave



    101 Albany Avenue
    N. Massapequa, NY  11758
    Principal:  Joseph A. Valentine
    Assistant Principal: Victoria LoRusso
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  • Farmingdale School District Encourages Movement and Mindfulness in the Classroom

    This year, the Farmingdale School District implemented an elementary school initiative to get K-5 students moving in the classroom during their learning time. A committee of teachers, administrators, board of education members, and the district’s athletic director worked together to design a curriculum that would incorporate “healthy-mind healthy-body” habits into everyday lesson plans—and it’s proving to be a great success!

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  • Farmingdale School District Wellness Council Presents Keep Calm & Daler On!

    Begin a New Year with a Healthy Mind and Body! An evening of Yoga, Mindfulness, Drum Circles, Calming Activities, Tips for Healthier Eating and so much more! “Eat the Rainbow” Free Samples of healthy foods and snacks! Games and Prizes! Come

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  • Mike DelGuidice Trio to Perform at Farmingdale High School

    The Mike DelGiudice Trio—celebrating the music of Billy Joel—will perform at Farmingdale High School on February 15, 2019 at 8pm. Tickets on sale NOW!

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  • Albany Avenue 5th Grade Hosts 3rd Annual Cardboard Arcade

    The fifth-grade students at Albany Avenue Elementary School transformed their gym into a colorful cardboard arcade this past Tuesday.

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  • Farmingdale Elementary School Student Wins State-Wide Photography Contest

    Joshua Marino, a third-grade student at Albany Avenue Elementary School, attended the New York State PTA Convention this past November in Saratoga Springs, NY, where he was presented with his 2017-2018 NYS Reflections Award, for his winning art submission in the primary-division photography contest.

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  • Shark Tank in the Classroom

    Fourth and fifth grade students at Albany Avenue Elementary School participated in an innovative lesson project that was patterned after the television series Shark Tank—geared towards teaching students the basics of business.

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  • Student Council Elections at Albany Avenue Elementary School

    The fourth and fifth grade classes at Albany Avenue Elementary School assembled in Heritage Hall last week to listen to the speeches of fellow students running for Student Council. The fourth-grade voted on the offices of secretary and treasurer, and the fifth-grade cast ballots for vice president and president. Each student took a turn at the microphone to share their accomplishments and explain what initiatives they would push for it they won the position.

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  • Halloween Safety Program for Kindergarteners at Albany Avenue

    With Halloween fast approaching, Albany Avenue Elementary School brought in a representative from the American Automobile Association (AAA) to present a thirty-minute Halloween safety program to their kindergarten students.

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  • Art in the Park

    Student artwork from Farmingdale School District went on display at Art in the Park—the Village of Farmingdale’s annual art exhibit—held on the green at the gazebo on Sunday, September 16th. This was the eighth year for the show, and the third year that Farmingdale School District has participated.

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  • Albany Avenue Elementary School Presented with School of Excellence Banner

    The Albany Avenue PTA presented Principal Joseph Valentine with a School of Excellence Banner and a proclamation at their September 20th meeting. Superintendent Paul Defendini and Board of Education members Suzanne D’Amico, Arlene Soete, and Kathy Lively also attended the ceremony.

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  • Let Me Hear You ROAR!

    The student body of Albany Avenue Elementary School had a great time participating in Let Me Hear You R.O.A.R. (Respecting Others and Accepting Responsibility), their first multi-grade assembly of the new school year.

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