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Polk Street School


960 Polk Avenue

Franklin Square, NY 11010

Phone: (516) 352-6300 / Fax: (516) 326-3794

  *To report an absence, please call the Nurse: (516) 326-3780

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Announcements

Polk Street School Celebrates Lunar New Year

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Polk Street School students celebrated Lunar New Year throughout the school day on Jan. 27.

First graders started the day with a feast of Chinese food. Adorned in festive Lunar New Year hats, the students ate and enjoyed a Dragon Dance performance by the sixth graders. The sixth graders also performed their Dragon Dance, gymnastics and drums in the gymnasium for students in grades K-2. The students created their own dragon masks, and the performance began with an explanation of the tradition of Dragon Dances for the Lunar New Year.

Date Added: 1/31/2023

Silly Sports Night at Polk Street

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Polk Street School third graders enjoyed Silly Sports Night on Jan. 13!

Date Added: 1/20/2023

Polk Street Hosts Multiple Donation Drives

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To help those in need this holiday season, Polk Street School students participated in four separate donation drives from November through December.

Students in Girl Scout Troop 1383 hosted a socks/accessories drive for Hannah’s Socks, a non-profit organization that serves those affected by homelessness and poverty, low-income seniors, active military personnel, and underprivileged children in schools. The Girl Scouts also included positive handwritten messages in each pair of socks collected. More than 300 pairs of socks were donated.

Additionally, Polk students brought in toy donations for the Hance Family Foundation Toy Drive, the 31st annual John Theissen Children’s Foundation Holiday Toy Drive and Assemblyman Ed Ra's annual Holiday Toy Drive.

Date Added: 12/20/2022
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