Aquebogue Elementary School

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Aquebogue Elementary School is one of four K-4 elementary schools in the district. It serves approximately 450 students. P.O. Box 1200 Main Road Aquebogue, NY 11931 Principal: Phil Kent, 631-369-6780  

Aquebogue Elementary School transforms into teddy bear clinic for the day

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Kindergartners at Aquebogue Elementary School become doctors for the day and treat "injured" stuffed animals in a program sponsored by the Trauma Center at Stony Brook Children's Hospital.

Crazy about words? Peconic Landing residents bring Dictionary Project to schoolchildren at Aquebogue Elementary

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Students at Aquebogue Elementary and other North Fork schools received personalized dictionaries thanks to the efforts of residents at Peconic Landing in Greenport.

Elementary students given option to transfer to Aquebogue as Riverhead schools labeled ‘focus schools’ by state

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Almost every Riverhead public school has been identified as a “focus school” this coming school year due to low academic performance on state tests by certain groups of students last year.

Aquebogue kindergarten student earns honorable mention at BNL science fair

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Aquebogue Elementary School kindergartener Braedyn MacLeod scored an honorable mention in Brookhaven Lab’s annual elementary school science fair this year.

Aquebogue science fair results: Students shine at annual science fair

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The Aquebogue School held its annual Science Fair March 29. Students in grades K-4 submitted projects to be judged for first, second, and third places in each grade level.

Riverhead schoolchildren raise over $4,600 for new school in Kenya

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In addition to performing kind acts in their school and community, students from Aquebogue, Phillips Avenue, Riley Avenue and Roanoke Avenue schools and Riverhead Middle School, participated in the Kind Coins for Kenya challenge.

Photos: With song and dance, Riverhead students celebrate Black History Month

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Lively performances featured music by famous black artists and spirituals for a packed auditorium at Riverhead High School last night.

Aquebogue fourth graders find a creative way to study local Native American history

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As part of their social studies curriculum, the fourth graders in Linda Borenstein's class created a project that reflected their studies of Eastern Woodland Indians.

Kait’s Angels teach local schoolchildren about empathy with new Buddy Bench

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Group formed in memory of Kaitlyn Doorhy, 20, of Mattituck who was struck and killed by a car last year, brings 'buddy bench' to Riverhead elementary schools to teach kids about empathy and caring.

Riverhead schools celebrate ‘Unity Day

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Unity Day was celebrated in Riverhead Central School District's elementary schools on Oct. 21.
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