Shore Road School

Grades 5 - 6

Principal:  Ms. Patrice Matthews
School Secretary: Mrs. Nancy Sosnowski

2801 Shore Road

Bellmore, NY 11710

516-679-2950

Email: shore@bellmoreschools.org

 

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Brain Games test students’ creativity at Shore Road

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Shore Road School students in the Bellmore Public School District joined with visitors from John F. Kennedy High School for a series of challenging physics-related activities.

Organized by JFK student Rani Sharma, high schoolers in the foundations of engineering class stopped by Shore Road on May 20 to host the fun and engaging activities. Rani designed three challenges that had Shore Road Shining Star Leaders gather in teams to complete the task at hand. Towers of spaghetti rose higher and higher supported only by tape with a marshmallow on top. Using different snack ingredients, students also designed an efficient rover to explore the surface of Mars. Additionally, paper launchers were made from straws and paper to see which students can send their objects the farthest. Visits from older peers are regularly made through various programs that show Shore Road students how they can step up as leaders in the future.

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1) Shore Road Shining Star Leaders gathered in teams to complete a series of challenging tasks on May 20.
2) Paper launchers were created and used to see which student could send their paper the farthest.
3) Towers got taller and taller as the competition went on.
4) It was a test of patience and teamwork for each group.

Photos courtesy Bellmore Public Schools

Date Added: 5/27/2024

Shore Road Nature Club plants flowers in the sunshine

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The Nature Club at Shore Road School in the Bellmore Public School District is in full swing for the start of Spring, with the group spending time in the sunshine to plant flowers and create personal projects on April 15.

Shining Star Leaders in the Nature Club regularly find environmentally sustaining solutions to recycle materials that would otherwise go to waste. Using empty water bottles that were cut in half, students filled them with soil and flowers to craft makeshift pots. To help further beautify the school playground, the flowers were hung via string on the fence. The Nature Club will keep an eye on their plants as they grow. Additionally, petals were picked off flowers to create colorful sun catchers that were brought home. With their sustainable skills and knowledge, students lead environmentally friendly projects of their own both at home and in the classroom.

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1) Shore Road School student and Nature Club leader Clara Benno hung her hand-crafted flowerpot on a fence next to the school playground.
2) Jake Parrino equipped his flowerpot with a string alongside his father, Steven, a Nature Club volunteer.
3) Working together, the Nature Club plucked petals off flowers to create sun catchers.
4) Shining Star Leaders were excited to add Spring colors to their home with their sun catchers.

Photos courtesy Bellmore Public Schools

Date Added: 4/19/2024

Shining Star Leaders debut “Seussical Jr.”

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Musical Theatre Club Leaders at Shore Road School recently captivated audiences with their performance of “Seussical Jr.!” Watch our latest video for a snippet of their jaw-dropping show!

Date Added: 4/17/2024