Pines staff drove for nearly 2 hours on Tuesday, March 31st through the neighborhood streets of Pines ES greeted by many families with warm smiles and good cheer. Many were overcome with emotion and appreciation during this unprecedented time in our lives. It was truly a magical and uplifting experience for all involved. #PinesProud Click on the title to view photos from this event.
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Many centurions were seen moving about Pines Elementary School on Monday, February 24th! Kindergarten classes celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up as 100 year old people and partaking in many activities such as stringing 100 beads and making 100 gumballs in a gumball machine using dot markers. Students counted by 1s, 5s and 10s to 100 and wrote about why “I’m 100 days smarter because I can…”.
Congratulations to Ava Takesky, Grace Lazaudkas and Alex Hallaran Pines 4th grade artists who participated in Stony Brook Children’s Hospital’s “Living Healthy” Art Show and Poster Contest and won 1st place artwork for 4th grade. This contest, open to kids in K-12, encourages them to create colorful artwork highlighting tips for living healthy and making good choices every day.