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Long Island Schools » Nassau County Schools » Lawrence School District Schools

Number Two School

District: Lawrence School District
Address: Donahue Avenue
Inwood, Ny 11096
Phone: (516) 295-6200
Grades: (grades 01 - 05)
    
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Type: Regular elementary and secondary schools
Locale: Urban Fringe of Large City
Average Rating:
 
Number Two School

Number Two School, of the Lawrence Public Schools, is an elementary school, located in the community of Inwood, Long Island, New York. There are approximately 400 children, in grades 1-5, attending our school coming from culturally diverse backgrounds. We are a community of learners and take pride in striving for academic excellence. We offer a variety of programs and services to support our children and their families and are most proud of: our affiliation with Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, our work with curriculum mapping, our collaborative spirit with parents and teachers including Parents as Reading Partners, Family Fun Nights, and Reading is Fundamental, and our participation in the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program including Random Acts of Kindness Week, Peace Pledges, and Peace Begins With Me Day.
Besides mastering reading and writing workshops and becoming independent thinkers, our children create impressive work in art, learn how to sing in a chorus, and play a musical instrument in band or orchestra as well as perform in our community during the holiday season. Our school store represents our children’s successful efforts in running a thriving business, while others are involved in our school garden, planting and harvesting vegetables that are donated to those in need.
Nearby public libraries...
Library In City Distance
From School
  Peninsula Public Library     Lawrence     0.99 miles  
  Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library     Hewlett     2.50 miles  
  Henry Waldinger Memorial Library     Valley Stream     3.76 miles  
  Lynbrook Public Library     Lynbrook     4.63 miles  
  East Rockaway Public Library     East Rockaway     4.71 miles  


Number Two School School Reviews
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Date posted: August 25, 2008
Posted by: parent of a student
Rating:
Review: This school always has a lot of activities to keep the kids busy and involved; and although the neighborhood has changed a bit the the curriculum and the focus of the teachers still remains in high standards. I also believe any parent that wants their childs school to be a success they have to be involved in it. So the more parents on the PTA means a better school for your child. Number Two always comes through!
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