Roanoke Avenue Elementary School

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Roanoke Avenue Elementary School is one of four K-4 elementary schools in the district. It is located on Roanoke Avenue in the center of the Riverhead community. The school has 325 students. Roanoke Avenue School 549 Roanoke Avenue Riverhead, NY 11901 631-369-6813Thomas Payton, Principal Visit the school's website.

Riverhead students take on the Great Kindness Challenge

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Students at Riley Avenue, Roanake and Phillips Avenue Schools took part in the Great Kindness Challange, a weeklong event geared toward teaching them how to show kindness to friends, family and others.

Roanoke second-graders spread holiday cheer at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital

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Second-graders in Roanoke Avenue school shared some holiday cheer with children at Stony Brook Children's Hospital by collecting gifts and donating them to the young patients.

Local veterans share experiences, answer questions with Roanoke Avenue students

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"Our crossing guard, our maintenance guy, our security guard – these veterans are adults the kids see every day." Veterans spoke with third graders at Roanoke Avenue Elementary today about their experiences in the military, answering questions and changing perspectives.

Photos: Harlem Wizard dazzles students at Roanoke Ave. ahead of annual Riverhead faculty game

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DP gave the students at Roanoake a preview of the upcoming Harlem Wizards game against Riverhead school staff.

Two local elementary schools adopt new ‘mindfulness curricula’

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Riverhead School District is adopting new curricula in two of the elementary schools to help students learn how to quiet their minds, relax, reduce stress, develop pro-social behaviors in order to be able to focus on their schoolwork.

The Class of 2030 starts school today

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It was back to school today for local students — except members of the Class of 2030, who were arriving for their first day of kindergarten.

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.

Students shine at Roanoke Avenue School’s science fair

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Roanoke Avenue School held its annual science fair April 5, 2016. Student projects were eligible for first, second or third place ribbons based on...
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