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Students Mark The Spot For Healthy Choices

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In observance of National Red Ribbon Week, elementary students in the district learned about making healthy choices from members of both the middle school and high school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions club.

SADD members visited Central Boulevard, Charles Campagne and Kramer Lane classrooms, where they educated fourth- and fifth-graders about avoiding the signs of bad habits and how to make healthy decisions with a game of bingo. Every student received a bingo card containing a healthy habit and characteristic in each box. The young students were awarded a red ribbon sticker, pencil and bingo chip for lining up five answers in a row. 



Read to Achieve

Bethpage held its annual Read to Achieve program where all the third graders in the district come up to Bethpage High School to listen to our Scholar-Athlete Captains talk about the importance of sportsmanship, doing well in school and READING!  After a demonstration by the Kickline and the Cheerleaders and a visit by the Eagle himself, the third graders got to shoot hoops with the Captains!  It was a great day.  Thanks to everyone involved!

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Kramer Lane Celebrates Thanksgiving

Kramer Lane first graders celebrated at their annual Thanksgiving Feast on Friday, November 17, 2017. Students performed several songs under the direction of music teacher Mr. Wibben and ended the show with a traditional folk dance. After the show, both students and family guests enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving feast with all of the trimmings. A wonderful time was had by all!!! A special thank you to the Kramer Lane first grade teachers Mrs. Seewald, Ms. Meehan, and Ms. Schmidt and Mr. Wibben for all of their work and dedication to such a special event. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Painting The Pawsibilities

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In recognition of Red Ribbon Week, students at Kramer Lane Elementary School learned about positivity from canine artist Dagger DogVinci.

During the school’s “Don’t Limit Your Possibilities” assembly, Dagger’s owner, Yvonne Dagger, explained how Dagger became an artist after not being able to fulfill his duties as a service dog.  

With a paintbrush in mouth and a wagging tail, Dagger created an abstract masterpiece one brushstroke at a time. Students cheered and applauded as Dagger included different colors into his artwork. 
  

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Savory Taste Of Fall

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Under the guidance of instructors from Nassau BOCES, kindergartners at Kramer Lane Elementary School learned about the history of apple cider by making their own.

During the program, naturalists Dana Kindness and Kimberly Uresk educated students about the history of apple cider, where apples are grown and different properties of apples, including their various colors, sizes and tastes. 

Using an apple cider press, students paired up to put apples through the machine, where they turned a lever to compress the apples and watch the tasty juice form. 

The program concluded with students sampling the cider and sharing their favorite ways to eat apples, including apple pie, applesauce and apple juice.  

Kramer Lane Students Learn about Respect and Acceptance with Brian Chevalier

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Students at Kramer Lane enjoyed their first Character Education Assembly with singer/songwriter Brian Chevalier on Tuesday, October 17, 2017. Focusing the presentation on respect, accepting differences, and being an up stander, Mr. Chevalier's presentation reiterated the concepts being taught to Kramer Lane students. Using movement, sign language, call and response and also bringing up volunteers from the audience, Mr. Chevalier kept the audience energized and focused. A wonderful experience was had by all.

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