2017-2018 Abbey Lane News
Miss Connor's first grade class just learned about matter! They learned all about solids, liquids, and gases.
Abbey Lane Elementary School students have sharpened their broadcasting skills with their involvement in the Abbey Action News Team, established in 2015.
Children are becoming more aware of the harmful effects of consumerism on the environment and that the power to shape the future lies in their hands.
On Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 Mrs. DiPalo's class had a virtual field trip to Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania to learn about pollination.
Third-graders at Abbey Lane Elementary School recently embraced Chinese culture during their Chinese New Year celebration on Feb. 16.
Thanks to the Abbey Lane PTA, kindergarten classes learned about polymers from the Mad Science program called "Slime Time." Here are some students from Mrs. Graham's Class experimenting with slime.
The kindergarteners in room 403 at Abbey Lane are engineers! They read the story of The Three Little Pigs and the big, bad wolf, and it sounded like two of the pigs needed the help of some engineers.
Mrs. Graham's Kindergarten class is absorbed in an adventurous winter story read by Ms. Jackie at the Levittown Public Library.
Abbey Lane Elementary School second-graders explored the world of science with the help of presenters from Mad Science of Long Island and their hour-long program "Matter of Fact" on Jan. 17 and 18.
The Abbey Lane Elementary School community gathered on Dec. 21 to celebrate the holiday season by touring the decorated school and raising approximately $500 to Smile Train, a nonprofit organization that provides free cleft repair surgery and comprehensive cleft care to children in developing countries around the world.
Mrs. Valentine's class went back in time to 1620 to 1621. Students were given the identity of a pilgrim and collaborated in teams to make decisions as they faced the same challenges of the Pilgrims.
Abbey Lane Elementary School administrators, faculty, students and families gathered together for their "Multi-Cultural Night" at Levittown Memorial Education Center on Nov. 9.
As part of their curriculum on native culture, fourth grade students at Abbey Lane Elementary School received a visit from the educational program, Journeys Into American Indian Territory,on Oct. 16 and 17.
Fifth-graders at Abbey Lane Elementary School participated in their annual crayfish races on Oct. 25 as a fun culminating activity to their invertebrates and crayfish unit.
Members of the Abbey Action News team were fortunate enough to take a tour of News 12 Long Island's Woodbury location. Students were able to go on set and meet with on air personalities and meteorologists Rich Hoffman and Matt Hammer.