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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

Pulaski Street School and East End Voter Coalition celebrate Juneteenth with annual essay contest

Pulaski Street School and the East End Voter Coalition celebrated Juneteenth Friday with a presentation of the winning essays in the annual Juneteenth essay contest.

Elementary peer mediators sworn in

Thirty-seven Pulaski Street Elementary School students were sworn in as peer mediators during a hybrid virtual and in-person ceremony.

Pulaski Street teacher a finalist in contest for $1,500 classroom grant

Daniel Casamassa, who teaches fifth grade at Pulaski Street Elementary School, is one of three finalists in the TFCU’s favorite teacher contest for K-5 teachers. He was nominated by student Dylan Doucette. Here's how you can help him win a $1,500 classroom grant.

Riverhead Middle School students achieve the NYS Attorney General’s Triple “C” Award

Riverhead Middle School students Ella Kaparos and Christian Vande Wettering were awarded the NYS Attorney General's Triple "C" Award on March 23....

Pulaski Street Elementary School learn peer mediation

Fifth grade students from Pulaski Street Elementary School participated in a peer mediation training hosted by EAC Network's Long Island Dispute...

Students from Pulaski Street Elementary School celebrate their writing unit with their families

Fifth grade students from Pulaski Elementary School concluded their second writing unit by reading to their families via Zoom.

Students at Pulaski Street Elementary School send local seniors love

Students form Pulaski Street Elementary School sent hundreds of Valentine's Day cards for seniors at the Southampton Senior Center.

Pulaski Street Elementary School students receive book donation from Riverhead Community Awareness Program

Pulaski Street Elementary School students received a donation of social and emotional books from the Riverhead CAP and to celebrate the work...

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.

Pulaski students wear red to remember Boy Scout Andrew McMorris

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.