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Bowling Green School

2340 Stewart Ave.
Westbury, NY 11590

bowling green imagePrincipal: Maria Ciarametaro

Assistant Principal: Amelia Olivera Garcia

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Bowling Green Elementary School belongs to the East Meadow School District located in the center of Nassau County, Long Island, NY. We are a large school with almost 900 students in grades K to 5.

Bowling Green students explore their heritage

Bowling Green students explore their heritage photo
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Bowling Green students explore their heritage photo 3
The third-graders in Stephanie Annunziata and Lauren Reiman’s class at Bowling Green Elementary School, in the East Meadow School District, explored their various cultures with a family tree project.
Over the course of a month, the students learned about their families’ countries of origin, including Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Italy, Pakistan, Poland and Ukraine. They gathered facts about the country’s flag, capital, important holidays and traditional cuisines. 

After conducting their research, the third-graders created the base for their projects by painting a tree trunk and leaves on a trifold poster, then attaching pictures of family members dating back to their great-grandparents to complete the illustration. They adorned the posters with facts about their native countries, including the capital, flag colors and customs, as well as an essay about their favorite family tradition. 

The project concluded with a celebration that invited students and their families to learn about each other’s cultures while enjoying treats representing their ethnic backgrounds.

100 Days Smarter At Bowling Green

100 Days Smarter At Bowling Green photo

Kindergartners at Bowling Green Elementary School celebrated their 100th day of learning by participating in a day full of activities inspired by the milestone number.

Throughout the day, the young students engaged in lessons that incorporated math, literacy and creativity. They counted by tens to create beaded necklaces, penned answers to the statement “I Wish I Had 100…” and designed “100 Day of School” crowns. Carrying the theme over to their wardrobe, they embodied the fashion of centenarians, wearing suspenders, hair rollers, mustaches and glasses.

First-grade classes at the school also got in on the fun. They sported T-shirts that they had personalized by gluing 100 items, such as Legos, birthday candles, Popsicle sticks and stickers on them. They also wrote reasons why they love first grade on small paper hearts, and then arranged them on a banner to form the number 100.       

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