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Idle Hour Elementary School

334 Idle Hour Boulevard
Oakdale, NY 11769-1998
Principal: Sandra Rubin
631-244-2306
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Idle Hour 5th Grade Art Tiles 2023

Idle Hour Senior Walk 2023 

 

Idle Hour Mantra

I am somebody
I was somebody when I came
I will be a better somebody when I leave
I am powerful, and I am strong
I deserve the education that I get here
I have things to do, people to impress, and places to go

REACH HIGH, RESPECT AND REACH OUT TO ONE ANOTHER! 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Idle Hour

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Students at Idle Hour Elementary researched the amazing life of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. The students read biographies about him and learned how he changed the laws of our country. Afterwards, the students made posters that reinforced how Dr. King made a positive impact on our nation.

Date Added: 1/12/2024

Idle Hour Holiday Fun

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First grade classes at Idle Hour Elementary School had a great time creating gingerbread houses ahead of the holiday break.

Date Added: 1/8/2024

CHS Business Honor Society teaches financial literacy to younger students

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Connetquot High School’s business honor society visited elementary schools across the Connetquot Central School District to mentor younger students on money and financial literacy concepts.

About eight years ago, Connetquot High School business teacher and Business Honor Society Adviser Ms. Senft began this program, recognizing the mutual value in her business students sharing knowledge with younger students. During their visit, the high school students acted as teachers for an entire school day, working through five lessons and engaging games. While the older students assumed a leadership role, the younger students benefitted from learning the importance of financial savings.

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Date Added: 1/8/2024

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