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Floral Park-Bellerose School

2 Larch Avenue
Floral Park, NY 11001

Mr. John Dekams, Principal
Phone: 516-434-2750

Mrs. Dominique Siebert, Asst. Principal
Phone: 516-434-2750

Mrs. Nora Epstein, School Nurse
Phone: 516-434-2766 (Attendance)

"Every Student Matters. Every Moment Counts."


Flyers and Notices

Turkey Dress-Up

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Kindergartners celebrated the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday by dressing as turkeys!

Candy Give Back Program

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In honor of Veterans Day, Floral Park-Bellerose School students and staff participated in Operation Gratitude’s Halloween Candy Give Back Program.

The school community brought in excess candy to be donated to deployed troops, local military units, veterans and first responders through Operation Gratitude. Collected candy is also being donated to the Wounded Warrior Project; Our Lady of Victory Parish’s food bank, which is sending the candy to Haiti; and the Hance Family Foundation.

Students Enjoy a Book Fair

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Floral Park-Bellerose School students browsed and shopped for a variety of books at the PTA Scholastic Book Fair, held from Oct. 25-28.

The fair offered the young readers picture books, graphic novels, holiday-themed reads, chapter books and more, as well as posters and school supplies. Students eagerly looked through the books and picked out their favorites.

Pumpkin Patch

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Last week, Pre-K students visited the school’s outdoor pumpkin patch!

Celebrating Unity Day

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The hallways and classrooms of Floral Park-Bellerose School were covered in orange, as both students and staff dressed in the bright color to show that they are united against bullying on Unity Day, Oct. 20.

A schoolwide project, spearheaded by art teacher Amanda Ellis, had students contribute messages of kindness on leaves that were put on display on a tree in the main hallway. Classes also participated in other anti-bullying activities, such as creating an orange paper chain with phrases of kindness.

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