Charles Campagne Elementary School
601 Plainview Road
Bethpage, NY 11714
PRINCIPAL: Mrs. Erin Lindsay-DiFiglia
In the News
Austim Awareness Month
On Saturday, April 2, 2016 (World Autism Awareness Day), students from Charles Campagne Elementary School and Central Boulevard Elementary School participated in a 21st Century activity to decorate the halls and fence at Charles Campagne for Autism Awareness Month. Students worked hard to make puzzle pieces and put them on every classroom door. They also decorated the lobby with blue Autism Speaks donation cards. Students put blue cups on the fence outside of Charles Campagne to make three ribbons in honor of Autism Awareness Month. Ms. Tierney, Mrs. Fishbein, Ms. Gonyon, and Ms. Marvullo would like to thank all of the great participants for all of their hard work. We hope everyone continues to "Light it up Blue" this month!
Elementary Musicians Perform at the Long Island Recorder Festival
On Saturday, March 19, 2016, select Grade 4 and Grade 5 students from
Central Boulevard, Charles Campagne, and Kramer Lane Elementary Schools
participated in this year's Long Island Recorder Festival. The students
had the opportunity to perform alongside the top recorder players from
Nassau and Suffolk County in a concert at Brentwood High School! Mr.
Wibben was one of the special guest-conductors! Special thanks to the
Bethpage PTA's for providing the students' wonderful matching shirts and
to Mrs. Kovacs for chaperoning and helping the day run smoothly!
Read to Achieve
Bethpage High School welcomed the district's
Grade 3 students for the annual Read to Achieve program. Thanks to all
the Bethpage High School sports team captains, who took the time to talk
about their favorite books and to Joe Tierney for emphasizing academics
in his remarks as emcee. Thanks also to the Cheerleaders and the
Kickline Team who came out to perform. Students received a backpack
with goodies and a Student Dictionary/Almanac compliments of the Lion's
Club and Astoria Bank. All the teachers involved gave a basketball
clinic before the Grade 3 students had the opportunity to shoot hoops
with the BHS students. Thank you to Grade 3 teacher, Mr. Arettines for
creating the slideshow highlighting the event.
Teachers at CCS dressed up as "The Kindness Police" for Halloween. The costumes kept with the school's character education theme of "Choose To Be Kind."
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