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Miller Avenue School (K-2)

Claudia Smith, Principal
"The Future Begins Here"


3 Miller Avenue, Shoreham, NY 11786
(Click Here for Directions)
Phone: (631) 821‑8231
Fax: (631) 821‑8249
Nurse's Phone: (631) 821‑8234
Nurse's Fax: (631) 821‑3180
Psychologist: (631) 821‑8243
Hours: 9:15a.m. – 3:15p.m

Miller Avenue would like to welcome all our incoming kindergartners with a special video created by one of our 2nd Grade Classes.  Click here to enjoy the video!

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Open enrollment for the 2024-2025 school year

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Current News

Miller Avenue Makerspace: Confidence Building and Spatial Learning

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Miller Avenue School students continue to enter the world of engineering during push-in Makerspace lessons with librarian Brittany LaValle.

Recently, Cara Behrens and Alison Quenzer’s first grade class worked with Miss LaValle and were tasked with constructing bridges with Keva planks, designing buildings with straws and connectors, creating animals and plants with Brain Flakes (interlocking plastic discs that click together), and free choice in producing necklaces, dragonflies and other creative possibilities generating foldable and flexible magnetic 2D shapes into 3D structures with Clixo.

“The Makerspace lessons spark fun and imagination by incorporating creative thinking, science and technology, collaboration and experimentation,” Miss LaValle said.

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Date Added: 3/4/2024

When Life Gives You Lemons…

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Thanks to Miller Avenue music teacher Mrs. Cara Verity, our first grade teachers, teaching assistants, aides, PTO, District Office and our Board of Education members for your unwavering support of the arts in our district.

 

 

Date Added: 2/27/2024

Second Graders Choose Their Own STEMventures!

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Ask. Imagine. Plan. Create. Improve.

These were the working ideas that students in Robert Korchma and Aimee Schwabe’s second grade class used to create candy tower structures, candy heart containers, coding games, parachutes and more in a STEM-inspired day of adventure on Valentine’s Day.

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Date Added: 2/22/2024