Phillips Avenue Elementary School

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Phillips Avenue Elementary School is one of four K-4 elementary schools in the district. The school has 551 students. Phillips Avenue School 141 Phillips Avenue Riverhead, NY 11901Principal: Debra Rodgers, 631-369-6787 Visit the school's website.

Roanoke student’s PEACEMAKERS anti-bullying initiative adopted by Phillips Ave.

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The group's message is important: “Speak up. Don’t be a bystander. Forgive others. Accept others for their differences. Include others. Seek help if you need it. We can make a difference.”

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.

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.

Riverhead schools celebrate ‘Unity Day

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

Harlem Wizards wow students at Riverhead schools with basketball comedy performances

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Members of the star-studded basketball team put on a show for each of the Riverhead schools today, enrapturing their audiences with basketball tricks and encouraging students not to bully.

Photos: Kids get ready for kindergarten at ice cream social today

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An ice cream social today at the library is giving rising kindergartners an opportunity to get comfortable and make friends before their first day of school next month.

Thanks to ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’, ALS victims have ‘new hope’ as they begin annual Ride For Life march

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The viral social media phenomenon last summer made ALS a household name after millions of people started filming themselves pouring buckets of ice water over their heads, raising more than $220 million in the process.

Phillips Avenue food pantry triples number of people assisted, Gershow Recycling donates $1,000

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Gershow Recycling donated $1,000 to the Phillips Avenue Elementary School food pantry, which has tripled the amount of people served since it started in late January.

Phillips Avenue School opens district’s first in-school food pantry, serves 71 people on first evening

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The pantry is a joint effort of the school and the Island Harvest food bank, serving a student population where more than 80 percent of the children are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch under federal guidelines.