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Alicia Konecny

(631) 274-4460


Heather Levine  

Associate Principal

Dignity Act Coordinator

(631) 274-4460


Welcome Back to a Great New School Year!

Here are some important dates for September 2018:

Week of August 20th -  Student Placement and everything you need

for a successful school year will be mailed home! 

September 3rd - Labor Day  

September 4th - Superintendent's Conference Day for Staff Only

September 5th - First Day of School K-2

September 6th - Pre-K Open House

September 7th - Pre-K  One Hour Session

Flag Planting Ceremony - Wear Red, White and Blue

September 10th - 11th - Rosh Hashanah - School Closed

September 12th - Pre-K Begins

September 14th - MM Smencil and Spirit Wear Sale

September 19th - Yom Kippur - School Closed 

September 27th - Meet the Teacher Night and ENL Parent Orientation

September 28th - MM Kick-Off Assembly 



Click here for a listing of suggested School Supplies:


Pre-K Supply List 2018-2019

Kindergarten Supply List 2018-2019

First Grade Supply List 2018-2019

Second Grade Supply List 2018-2019




May Moore Students Observe Ladybug Life Cycle

May Moore Students Observe Ladybug Life Cycle

First- and second-graders at May Moore had the opportunity to observe the life cycle of ladybugs in Danielle Finocchiaro’s ENL classroom.
The students studied the different stages of the insect’s life cycle prior to the arrival of the ladybug larvae. Each day, the excited students made observations and recorded them in their journals, just like scientists. When the larvae finally changed into adult ladybugs, the students were able to hold them and release the ladybugs into the school’s garden.

“The ladybugs are going to make the garden very happy because they’re going to eat all the aphids,” said first-grader Natalia Blanco Canales.

“This was a wonderful opportunity for our English language learners to ask questions, research the answers and participate in a hands-on learning experience,” said Finocchiaro.

Inspiring New Walk Tradition Unites Seniors and Primary Schoolers

Inspiring New Walk Tradition Unites Seniors and Primary Schoolers

Beginning a memorable new tradition, high school seniors traveled to their respective primary school buildings for a senior walk on June 18. The graduates paraded through JQA and May Moore as the younger students lined the hallways, followed by a question-and-answer period where outgoing second-graders had the chance to talk to and gain inspiration from the seniors.

“These seniors spent 13 years in school, and they put a lot of hard work in and had a lot of fun,” said JQA Principal Christopher Molinelli. “We are really proud of them.”

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