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Brookhaven, NY 11719
Phone: (631) 730-1700
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Grades K - 3

Hours: 9:20 am - 3:20 pm

Dr. Rebecca Raymond

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Mr. Anthony Cavalluzzo



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A Grinch of a Day

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The hearts of Brookhaven Elementary School students in the South Country School District “grew three sizes” as they celebrated Grinch Day on Dec. 17.

During the day, students donning green clothing and hats reading “My heart grew three sizes today” celebrated Dr. Seuss’ cherished character from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

The day’s activities were an opportunity for students to spread kindness, just like the Whos in Whoville. They engaged in various learning experiences that supported English language arts, math and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) activities.

“Much more, students and staff celebrated how the Grinch adopted the holiday spirit of kindness,” said Principal Dr. Rebecca Raymond.

Bench Dedication for Mark Brown

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Fellow teachers, family and friends paid tribute to the memory of Brookhaven Elementary School teaching assistant Mark Brown during a bench dedication in his honor on Dec. 4.

The bench, which sits on the large playground at Brookhaven Elementary School in the South Country School District, was donated by the Brookhaven High School Class of 1998. The class members wanted a way to honor the memory of the teaching assistant who touched their lives.

Brown spent 15 years as a teaching assistant in the South Country School District, where he also attended as a student.

“Mark had an incredible ability to help others and make them feel special,” said Principal Rebecca Raymond during the ceremony. “He not only supported students in his classes, but those throughout the school. Many times Mark would visit a student in another class to give them a pep talk to help them have a better day.”

Also during the dedication, Raymond read the poem “When Great Trees Fall” by Maya Angelou, saying, “In reflecting on all the lessons Mark taught us in his short time on this earth, I was inspired by this poem.”


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