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Christopher Molinelli 

Principal

(631) 274-4410

 

Heather Levine  

Associate Principal

Dignity Act Coordinator

(631) 274- 4410

 






April 9th - READ Kickoff (be sure to check your child's folder for more info)

 

April 12th - Yearbook Orders due

 

April 13th - READ Begins, Spirit Day - dress like a superhero & JQA Superhero BINGO at 6:30 PM

 

April 17th - Living Museum for Mrs. Romanitch & Mrs. Smith

 

April 18th - Living Museum for Mrs. Senia & Mrs. Blank/Mrs. Saviano

 

April 19th - Living Museum for Mrs. Santa Maria & Mrs. DeAcetis

 

April 22nd - Earth Day!

 

April 25th - JQA PFC Meeting & Class of the Month - 7:00 PM

 

April 27th - READ ends & JQA Spring Photos

 

 

Click here for our READ kickoff video

 

 

 

 

 



 


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


 

JQA Rallies for Reading with Hip Pickles

JQA Rallies for Reading with Hip Pickles
JQA Rallies for Reading with Hip Pickles 2
JQA students recently participated in a reading pep rally with acclaimed drum band Hip Pickles. The energetic, interactive assembly included drumming, singing and humor, all with the aim of helping inspire children to read.

JQA Students Share Writing with Families

JQA Students Share Writing with Families

At a recent writing celebration day in Marcella Biordi and Phyllis Senia’s co-teaching class at JQA, students proudly read their informational pieces in front of an invited audience of family members. Some of the pieces were written in other languages and translated into English, with students reading in both languages.

“It was so wonderful to see the students light up as they shared the writing they worked so hard on,” said Biordi.

“We really enjoy inviting the parents to attend celebrations that showcase the students’ work in the classroom,” said Senia. “Everyone had an amazing time.”




JQA Students Energized by Fabulous African Folktales

 JQA Students Energized by Fabulous African Folktales
In honor of Black History Month, JQA students met characters like Anansi in stories from the folktale traditions from across Africa while participating in a Feb. 16 assembly with the Bright Star Touring Company. African music helped to set the stage for the energetic stories, which included origin fables and trickster tales.  


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