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Susan Bonner
Principal
 

Kelly Benson
Associate Principal,
Curr, Inst. and Assess.

Shaun McLeod
Associate Principal,
Oper. and PPS

Dr. Danielle Sheridan
District Administrator,
Elementary Curriculum and Instruction


Shaun McLeod
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4310

 

Welcome Back!

 

Upcoming Events

January 3, 2018:

New Year's Celebration

January 9, 2018:

BOE Committees Meeting 6:30 PM @ District Office
BOE Work Session 7:30 PM @ District Office

January 10, 2018:

SEPFC Meeting @ JFK 7 PM

January 15, 2018:

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, School Closed

January 18, 2018:

Blood Drive 3:45 - 8:30 PM
ENL Culture Night 5 PM
Family Fun Night Pajama Bingo 7 PM

January 23, 2018:
​ENL Parent-Teacher Conferences Day 1
BOE Regular Open Mtg. @ District Office 8 PM

     WE C.A.R.E. AT JFK!!!!


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Announcements

JFK Student-Musicians Display Dedication at Winter Concerts

JFK Student-Musicians Display Dedication at Winter Concerts

Band, chorus and orchestra students at JFK displayed their growing musical skills at a pair of stellar winter concerts, held on Dec. 14 in the school’s auditorium in front of a large crowd of family and friends.

“We are so proud to work with such wonderful young musicians,” said chorus director Kristen Lombardo. “Our students show such dedication for their instruments and musical ensembles. They are a pleasure to work with, and we look forward to the spring season.”

PEAK Performers from JFK Explore Music Workshops

PEAK Performers from JFK Explore Music Workshops

Nine young musicians – Olivia Corrado, Milan Daniels, Dillon Jefferies, Kaylee Nguyen, Sophia Paduano, Olivia Russo, Jaidyn Schabe, Eve Valentine and Canaan Williams – from JFK were chosen to participate in the ninth annual Suffolk County Music Educators Association’s PEAK Festival, held at Northport High School.

PEAK (which stands for Parents, Educators and Kids), celebrates elementary classroom music and provides a unique experience where parents, educators and students can participate together. Talented fourth-grade students learn and experience music in addition to performing it, attending morning workshops in areas of music that may be new or different, including musical theater, recorder, chorus, world drumming, folk dance and even ukulele. 

“It was an amazing day filled with hands-on activities, ending with a performance for all families to enjoy,” said teacher Kristen Lombardo. “Congratulations to our students, and thank you to all of their parents for their support and enthusiasm.”




JFK Fourth-Graders Dress Up for Book Character Day

JFK Fourth-Graders Dress Up for Book Character Day

Keri Schumacher and Beth Ann Vahle’s fourth-grade classes at JFK ended a recent reading unit by holding a Book Character Day, where the students dressed up as their favorite characters from books such as “Pinkalicious” by Victoria Kann, “Slap Shots” by Gordan Korman, “The Kid Who Ran for President” by Dan Gutman. Schumacher and Vahle even got into the act, with the two teachers posing as the colorful Camilla Cream from David Shannon’s “A Bad Case of Stripes.”




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