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John Street School

560 Nassau Blvd. Franklin Square NY 11010
Phone 516-481-5780
Fax 516-505-6988

 

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ISP Field Day

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John Street School ISP students enjoyed their outdoor Field Day on May 12!

Date Added: 5/19/2022

Special Person’s Day

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John Street School Pre-K students recently participated in Special Person's Day.” Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, godparents or anyone who they wanted to invite that is special in their lives were invited. Classes read the story, “The Invisible String,” and learned that no one is ever alone, even when their loved one isn't physically present. They created string telephones and tried them out!

Date Added: 5/17/2022

Celebrating Autism Acceptance Day

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Kindergartners at John Street School had a great day wearing blue and colorful, unique hats to celebrate Autism Acceptance Day! They listened to stories and songs to better understand that children with autism love to sing, dance, play, have fun, learn and make friends – just like they do. Happy Autism Acceptance Day!

Date Added: 5/2/2022

Second Graders Learn About Sphero

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As a Coding/Art/STEAM activity, district coding teacher Jennifer Horton introduced the students in Mrs. Derby's second grade class to Sphero, a programmable robot ball designed to inspire creativity and curiosity through coding and play.

As a fun introduction to Sphero, they placed hula hoops on the classroom floor as a boundary. Inside each hula hoop, they laid out construction paper and an assortment of colored paints. Each student was given the opportunity to program Sphero to roll through the paint colors and onto the construction paper.

As a result of their ability to code, each student was able to create their own piece of very colorful and creative artwork.

Date Added: 4/20/2022

John Street School Fifth Graders Create 3D Figures

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John Street School fifth graders in Jean D’Aurio and Karen Perlak’s classes in Franklin Square celebrated Mathematics Education Month with a fun, math-themed activity. After wrapping up their final GO Math! chapter for the school year about 3D figures, the classes created their own icosahedrons from straws and pipe cleaners. The students had to then find the number of vertices, edges and faces.

Date Added: 4/19/2022
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