1070 Smithtown Avenue
Bohemia, NY 11716-3899
Principal: Susan White
Virtual Parent Workshop: May 27, 2021 @ 7pm
Enjoy these winter-themed projects created by students in Krystal Zaglool's art classes
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Letter from the School Nurse - April 22, 2020
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Joint letter from the Nassau and Suffolk County Superintendents Association regarding photo Sharing Site
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Our Mission Statement
The John Pearl School provides a safe and supportive environment based on respect and cooperation. Together we can grow into learners who will contribute to our school and society. Our goal is to provide all children with a lifetime of learning, achievement and success.
"Together We Can Reach Our Goals"
P – Polite
E – Eager
A – Always Helpful To Others
R – Respects Others and Property
Valerie Calvo, a talented and civic-minded fifth grader from Idle Hour Elementary School, was recently chosen by Assemblyman Jarret Gandolfo as the winner of his Earth Day poster contest.
The contest was open to all fourth to eighth graders residing in New York’s State District 7 and its theme was “A Greener Long Island,” with the option to choose between the topics “saving water,” “preventing litter,” “saving animals,” and “energy champions.” Calvo’s winning poster is now being displayed in Gandolfo’s Albany office until Earth Day 2022. Posters by Idle Hour’s Kylah Getty and Olivia Buckley, as well as John Pearl’s Charlotte Maffetone and Sophia Stecker will also hang in Gandolfo’s local Bayport office.
Connetquot Central School District congratulates Calvo on this wonderful accomplishment and commends all the students who participated.
At John Pearl Elementary School, students don’t just learn about animal life cycles, they witness them firsthand – sometimes even in the palms of their hands. As part of their science curriculum, first graders in Sarah Vallone’s class and third graders in Diane Boccio’s class recently used an incubator to hatch chicks. In addition to learning about the structure and function of an embryo, the students have played an active role in each stage of the incubation process, observing and tracking the chicks’ growth along the way. They have also learned how to care for the chicks and adore holding them. Both classes are excited to continue watching their new furry friends develop.
An impressive array of multi-media artwork by six Connetquot students in
Krystal Zaglool’s art classes was recently showcased in the children’s
category of Suffolk County Art Leaders Association’s 2021 virtual art
exhibition. The district congratulates Alondra Sorto (grade 5), Brooke
Kelly (grade 2), Michael Winter (grade 4) and Valerie Calvo (grade 5),
from Idle Hour Elementary School and Pola Szwedt (grade 4) and Caydence
Shupack (kindergarten) from John Pearl Elementary School.
To view the exhibition, click here: https://www.scalaart.org/