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101 Fireplace Neck Road

Brookhaven, NY 11719
Phone: (631) 730-1700
Fax: (631) 286-6210

Grades K - 3

Hours: 9:20 am - 3:20 pm

Principal:
Dr. Rebecca Raymond

Assistant Principal:
Mrs. Rosa Kalomiris

 


Announcements


Early Dismissal Days
June 24, 2021 & June 25, 2021
All Brookhaven students will be dismissed at 11:15am

Días de salida temprana
24 de junio de 2021 y 25 de junio de 2021
Todos los estudiantes de Brookhaven saldrán a las 11:15am






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Brookhaven Elementary School Presents Sixth Annual Read Around the World Event

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Brookhaven Students Participate in a Fun Farm Day

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Brookhaven kindergarten students usually attend a field trip to a local farm each year to learn about various animals. Due to restrictions imposed by the pandemic, teachers used their creativity instead to bring the farm to life at school. On Farm Day, kindergarteners walked into their “barns” complete with hay and “farm animals” and participated in a myriad of fun-filled activity stations to complete their farm experience.

To start, students sang “Take Me Out to the Barnyard,” following the words on the Smart Board. They also watched a virtual field trip of a farm.

During an art station activity, the little farmers made mud out of shaving cream, glue and brown paint to complete their paintings of a pig and a barn. They also made memory frames out of stickers and popsicle sticks. After learning how farmers calm sheep before shearing them for the summer, the students sheared their own sheep created on paper and using fluffy cotton.

A math activity required students to roll an inflatable dice and to collect the same number of eggs in their egg cartons. They had to figure out how many more eggs made a group of 10. After a lesson on how farmers use corn to feed the animals, the students shucked corn cobs, estimated how many kernels were on the cob and then counted how many kernels they actually had. A corn printable and stickers also assisted the students with playing an addition game with double dice.

One of the favorite activities was milking Bessie the plastic, blown-up cow. After learning how the farmer carefully milks the cow by pulling on the udders, the students tried their hands at milking Bessie.

        

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