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Central Boulevard Elementary School

60 Central Blvd.
Bethpage, NY 11714

PRINCIPAL: Mr. Steven Furrey

Main Office:
516-644-4300 (Phone)
516-644-4309 (Fax)

In the News


On Friday, November 10, 2017, students from Central Boulevard Elementary School visited MoMath, the Museum of Mathematics in Manhattan. Students were part of a Tessellation workshop, during which they worked together to create geometric patterns without gaps between shapes. Afterwards, they were free to tour the museum with their individual groups and enjoyed a variety of exhibits. Students appreciated the hands-on nature of the museum and were challenged to think about mathematics while using their imaginations. Special thanks to Ms. Robb and all of the chaperones for keeping everyone safe and engaged!

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Tenement Museum Visit

On Saturday, November 4, 2017, a group of students from Central Boulevard Elementary School visited the Tenement Museum on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Students met Victoria Confino, a 14-year old immigrant who lived at 97 Orchard Street in 1916. They asked her questions about transitioning to life in America and the challenges her family faced in finding work and supporting their six children. Students enjoyed two educator-led sessions before meeting Victoria and exploring her family's home. It was a meaningful learning experience and a great day enjoyed by all. Thanks to all of the teacher chaperones for being so enthusiastic and attentive and Ms. Robb for organizing this great learning experience for the students!

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Halloween 2017

The Central Boulevard Elementary School faculty and staff celebrated Halloween!  This year, they dressed up as minions!  Happy Halloween!


21st Century MakerFaire New York

On Saturday, September 23, 2017, students from Grade 5 across the district's elementary schools and John F. Kennedy Middle School accompanied Mr. Zabell and Mr. Choi to the 8th Annual MakerFaire New York held at the New York Hall of Science.  A MakerFaire is "an all ages gathering of technology enthusiasts, artists, authors, crafters, do-it-yourselfers, educators, engineers, exhibitors, hobbyists, science clubs, students, and tinkerers."  At the MakerFaire, the students got to see various exhibits, ask questions to the exhibitors, and engage in hands-on activities.  We hope that the students left with seeing firsthand the many innovative creations that were at one point an idea and see how it has developed and they too, can be "makers"!

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