East Broadway students have added ballroom dance to their list of educational skills. The students have been learning the tango, merengue, fox trot and rumba during a ten-week workshop with dance instructor Jessica Salvesen of Dancing Classroom of Long Island.
East Broadway students are trying to cross the lines of divide that often occur in school lunchrooms across the country. The school hosted Mix It Up at Lunch Day as part of its character education program, so that students can meet new friends by sitting at different tables in the cafeteria.
Here at East Broadway we have two kindergarten classes, Mrs. DeLorenzo, Mrs. Balder and Mrs. Yevoli's sitting down so proud with their Dr. Seuss hats on while next door, Ms. Russo & Mrs. Consenza class are at their tables with their hats on and getting ready to cut out another activity.
Our fifth grade students proudly accepted their terrific kids awards here at East Broadway School. These students for the month of January and February were chosen by their classmates for being kind, helpful and understanding to one another.
On December 6, 2016 The East Broadway Community Service Chorus performed for the Levittown United Teachers Holiday Luncheon at Domenico's Restaurant in Levittown. The chorus, directed by Mrs. Conte, volunteers their free time to rehearse for special performances outside of school.
East Broadway held its annual Fine Dining Day, an experience in which the cafeteria is "dressed up" with tablecloths and holiday decorations and students come to school in their finest clothes. Music teacher Barry Titone played holiday tunes on his saxophone as the students and teachers talked about their plans for the holiday break.
The PTA at East Broadway School wants to thank all the students who sent in artwork for the Bookmark contest. All of the designs were creative and it was difficult for them to pick the winners. Congratulations to all of the winners!
Science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics were the focus of a physical education unit at East Broadway. The weeklong centers included cup stacking, building structures with tiles, domino challenges, and creating creatures with K'Nex. As each student rotated through the stations, they improved eye and hand coordination, honed cooperation and communication skills, participated in teamwork and fostered creativity.
Students in Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs. Gerken's 4th grade class at East Broadway created various cup stacking designs using no hands only a rubber band and yarn. Students discovered the importance of good communication, concentration, participation, and determination, when working as a team to successfully complete a task.
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