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Pulaski Street School

Built in 1938 as a high school, Pulaski Street School today houses 700 fifth and sixth grade students. Visit the school's website. Pulaski Street School 300 Pulaski Street Riverhead, NY 11901 631-369-6794 Dave Densieski, Principal

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

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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.

Pulaski students wear red to remember Boy Scout Andrew McMorris

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Pulaski Street Elementary School wore red to school Wednesday to honor the memory of Wading River Boy Scout Andrew McMorris, who was killed by a drunk driver in September 2018.

Remembering — and being inspired by — a Riverhead hero, PFC Garfield M. Langhorn Jr.

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Students, teachers and guests packed the Pulaski Street School auditorium Oct. 18 for the 15th annual Garfield Langhorn essay contest awards ceremony.

Pulaski Street students share writing during author’s reception

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Fifth graders showcased their writing skills during a classroom author’s reception on June 12.

Pulaski Street students showcase winning science projects

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Pulaski Street Elementary School students displayed science projects at Brookhaven National Laboratory’s annual Elementary Science Fair Competition in May.

Honoring the Stars and Stripes: Pulaski Street students observe Flag Day

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Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented a program at Pulaski Street School about the history of the United States flag, which celebrates its 242nd birthday today.

Riverhead computing students visit Brookhaven National Lab

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Riverhead middle school, high school and Pulaski Street Elementary School students in the Scientific Computing Program visited Brookhaven National Lab March 27 to see how computing skills can be applied in the world.

Sixth-graders donate hundreds of pounds of candy to soldiers serving overseas

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Students from Pulaski Street School collected nearly 500 pounds of candy after Halloween which they will donate to U.S. troops serving overseas.

‘A promise of our future and a reminder of our past:’ Flag Day at Pulaski

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Pulaski Street Elementary School's fifth grade class celebrated Flag Day today with the Daughters of the American Revolution, who came to teach them about the history of the American flag and the importance of respecting it.

Pulaski Street School science fair winners named

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Six young scientists at Pulaski Street School were named winners of the school's annual science fair.
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