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25 Meadow Drive, Albertson, NY 11507
Phone: (516) 237-2400
Fax: (516) 237-2408

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Principal: Sara Ortiz
Twitter: @MeadowDrMineola

 

Phone Directory

Attendance/School Absence: (516) 237-2400
School Nurse: Ms. Mary McDermott (516) 237-2480
School Psychologist: Mrs. Vanessa Lealand (516) 237-2449
School Social Worker: Ms. Zoila Castillo (516) 237-2447
Transportation: (516) 237-2080

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Meadow Drive Reopening Plan

 

Pre-K Registration Flyer (English) (Spanish)

 

After School Flyers

 

January Newsletter

 

SCOPE Flyer 2020-2021




 

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Important Information


 

 

 

Celebrating Black History Month

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 Students and staff at Meadow Drive School have honored Black History Month through a number of ways this February. Each day, through the morning announcements, students learned about a prominent Black American figure who made an impact on the U.S. Students also participated in challenges and activities through KidOYO with a focus on Black History Month. Throughout the building, mosaic portraits hang depicting some of the Black Americans who shaped our nation. Students at all grade levels had a hand in this project, coloring small paper tiles that were then fit together to create a larger mural. The artwork serves as a reminder of the achievements these individuals made throughout U.S. history.

Souper Bowl

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 Students at Meadow Drive are collecting soup and canned goods as part of the school’s Souper Bowl drive. The drive kicked off in the beginning of February and will run through Feb. 23. Donations will be made to the Mary Brennan INN, a Long Island nonprofit that assists those challenged by hunger, homelessness and poverty. The Souper Bowl drive encourages students to spread the joy of giving and kindness, while also giving them the opportunity to work toward earning their Mission Pathway badges.

World Read Aloud Day

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In celebration of World Read Aloud Day, students at Meadow Drive School and Hampton Street School enjoyed stories together. Each class at Meadow Drive virtually paired up with a class at Hampton Street. The interactive activity allowed students to listen to books being read from another building while staying safe and socially distant. World Read Aloud Day takes place each February and is meant to bring people together through stories. It was created by the nonprofit, LitWorld, in 2010. According to the LitWorld website, World Read Aloud Day has united millions of readers, writers and listeners from across the globe to honor the joy and power of reading.