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


Jump Rope for Heart

Jump Rope for Heart was held at Central Boulevard Elementary School on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. During this school-wide event, each grade level participated at different times throughout the day. Students got to visit different stations such as jump rope, hopscotch, and a trampoline. They also took part in art, library, and music stations. All of the children signed a heart that was part of the Cultivating Kindness initiative and is displayed in our hallway. Together, Central Boulevard raised over $7,500 to benefit the American Heart Association! A heart-pumping time was had by all on this Valentine's Day!

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Brain STEAM Ahead!

The Nassau County Math Teachers Association presents Brain STEAM Ahead! Parents and children will participate in hands-on activities focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. The event will take place on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at Rushmore Ave School in Carle Place.  Have fun exploring and learning while building bridges, kaleidoscopes, paper airplanes, rockets, and much more!  For additional information, please refer to the flyer:  Brain STEAM Ahead!

 

STEAM Museum Visits Central Boulevard

Central Boulevard Elementary School hosted a visit from the STEAM Museum. Students enjoyed interactive activities in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics). These included gears and building blocks, a wind machine, a bicycle that generated energy, programmable vehicles, a friction roller coaster, a Newton's cradle, and magnetic fluid. They also enjoyed a demonstration of 3D printing and a humanoid robot named NAO. The students had a great time learning!

 

21st Century: Learning About the Special Olympics

On Saturday, January 7, 2017, elementary school students from across the district met with Mrs. Tierney and Ms. Tierney to learn about the history and mission of the Special Olympics and a few different types of disabilities. Students also created motivational and encouraging posters to hang up when Bethpage Schools hosts the upcoming Special Olympics on May 20, 2017 and May 21, 2017. A great time was had by all of the participants!

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Read to Achieve

Grade 3 students throughout the district gathered at Bethpage High School to participate in a pep rally intended to bolster their interest in reading and reiterate its importance in their future academic careers, as well as create a mentorship between high school scholar athletes and elementary school students. A tradition for more than a decade, the program included interactive dialogue from many district administrators and the scholar athletes regarding their favorite books and a discussion on why reading is so important on the road to success. The students also got the opportunity afterwards to shoot some hoops with the high school scholar athletes!

 

Ecology Experts visit the Greentree Foundation

On October 18, 2016, Ms. Austin and Ms. Robb's "Ecology Experts" attended a field trip at the Greentree Foundation. The Greentree Foundation allowed the "Ecology Experts" of Central Boulevard to roam through the woodland trail, visit the Palm Garden and Greenhouse, where gardeners grow many plants from other countries, journey through the Wall Garden to explore the native grasses as well as observe the bug hotel, and conclude the visit with observations of Shelter Rock. The students were complimented on their fine behavior and observations throughout the visit. Special thanks to Mrs. Yale, Mrs. Kemman, and Ms. Badolato for accompanying the students and teachers on the trip. Everyone had a fantastic day! Thanks to the Greentree Foundation for allowing the students to visit!

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