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Aquebogue Elementary School

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 students attend virtual assembly by Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Aquebogue Elementary School students attended a virtual assembly hosted by Quogue Wildlife Refuge. Environmental educator Cara Fernandes introduced...

Students and staff at Aquebogue Elementary School celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

Students and staff at Aquebogue Elementary School wore green and filled the hallways to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day.

100 days of learning celebrated at Riverhead Central School District

Students at Riverhead Central School District elementary schools celebrated their 100th day of learning on Feb. 24. Elementary...

Virtual Play All Day event hosted at Riverhead Central School District

Students at Aquebogue and Riley Avenue Elementary Schools celebrated the annual Global Play Day on Feb. 3. Students...

Elementary school students celebrate Black History Month

Students are Riley Avenue and Aquebogue Elementary School celebrated Black History Month with several educational activities. Students from...

Elementary school teacher kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with two special projects

To recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month physical education teacher Cheresa Hickson of Aquebogue Elementary School has launched two special projects for students...

Fourth graders of Aquebogue Elementary School enjoy a drive-through graduation

Fourth grade students at Aquebogue Elementary School celebrated graduation with a drive-through clap-on. Teachers and administrators cheered the...

During coronavirus school closures, Riverhead teachers find creative ways to cheer up students stuck at home

Local teachers have staged drive-by “parades,” rallied alumni to record videos on social media and conducted school-wide campaigns to create signs with messages of encouragement for local students stuck at home.

Kindergarteners at Aquebogue treat and diagnose their teddy bear friends

Kindergarteners from Aquebogue Elementary School adorned surgical masks and rubber gloves to treat and diagnose their stuffed animals when Stony Brook Hospital's...

Learning through a sand project

Aquebogue Elementary School kindergartner Lucas Pereira made kinetic sand as part of a science learning project.