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    Grade 5 Natural Disaster Projects

    Grade 5 students led by teachers Elaine Thomas and Kristin Lown delved into the world of natural disasters for a recent research project. Covering everything from mudslides to tornadoes to hurricanes, these young scholars delivered their findings in a live showcase with enthusiasm, expertise, and creativity. A big shoutout to all the families who joined us to witness the impressive presentations!

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    Pop Art for A Good Cause

    Morgan Profaci’s Grade 5 students are working on food-inspired pop art for a good cause! After being submitted to Square 1 Art, the students' delightful designs will be recreated on a variety of keepsakes to raise funds for the Duzine/Lenape Parent Teacher Association (PTA).

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    Investigating Primary Sources

    Trina Naclerio's Grade 4 class is delving deep into the history of Jim Crow laws. Naclerio transformed her classroom into an enlightening gallery walk. Stations were populated with compelling primary sources that challenged students to discern the rights being restricted in each example. Engaging in thoughtful exploration, the students undertook an insightful journey through history.

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    Skills and Drills in Physical Education Class

    Lenape Elementary Coaches Dal Veeder and Bill DeFino brought their passion and expertise to physical education class, guiding students through basketball drills and honing those skills on the court. The students had a blast while staying active and learning the value of teamwork!

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    Grade 4 Creates Native American Projects

    Trina Naclerio's Grade 4 students at Lenape Elementary have created beautiful and inspiring Native American Projects. Each project is a celebration of culture, history, and creativity. Hats off to these young minds for their outstanding work!

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    The Harlem Wizards Bring Magic with an Engaging and Interactive Assembly

    Robert Young (aka "Smooth") from the Harlem Wizards brought his A-game to Lenape Elementary School for a jaw-dropping interactive assembly.

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    Popsicle Stick Snowmen

    No snow? No problem! Creative minds were in full swing at Lenape Elementary as our talented students created popsicle stick snowmen.

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    Grade 4 S.T.E.A.M. Challange

    Meredith Oppenheimer and Erin Bulson’s Grade 4 class recently embarked on an exciting S.T.E.A.M. challenge, delving into the world of reindeer. Click to read more!

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    Winter Wonderland!

    Lenape Elementary was a buzz of creativity as students came together to channel their school spirit and turn the hallways into a winter wonderland!

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    Holidays Around the World

    Grade 3 students in Traci Miranda and Daniel Monheit's class have been on a global adventure. Click to read more!

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    Lenape Elementary School Band Prepares for Winter Concert

    The Lenape Elementary School band added finishing touches to their performance for the eagerly awaited Winter Concert.

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    Student Advisory Team

    Principal Sean Inglee has assembled a Student Advisory Team (SAT) at Lenape Elementary School. Click to learn all about their great work!

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    Stamp Competition Winners!

    Lenape Elementary is proud to announce this year’s Stamp Competition winners. Click to find out more!

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    Students Reading To Students

    Melissa Feldman and Jenna Russolello’s Grade 5 students from Lenape Elementary School honed their fluency skills by reading a fall-themed picture book to Linda Sinforoso and Joanna Wilcox's Grade 3 class. Click to find out more about their day!

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    Collaborative Group Projects at Lenape Elementary

    Students have been working hard on a Geology unit, Click to read more!

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    Grade 4 Students Identify Various New York State Land and Aquatic Landforms

    Francesca Houston’s Grade 4 students at Lenape Elementary completed a project focused around geography and landforms. Click to read more!

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    Love Monsters

    Students took a trip to Cutesville with the Love Monster. Click to learn more!

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    Book Fair Returns

    The Lenape Elementary book fair is BACK! We love to see our students excitement for reading and learning.

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    Ridge Habitat STEM studies at Mohonk Preserve

    Elaine Thomas and Kristin Lown's Grade 5 class from Lenape Elementary embarked on an exciting field trip to Mohonk Preserve where they studied Ridge Habitat STEM. Click to read more about their day!

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    Grade 3 Field Trip

    Grade 3 students from Lenape Elementary took their first field trip together to Valkill Cottage and The Walkway Over the Hudson. Click to read more about their exciting day!

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