Saddle Rock Elementary School

Where Discovery Leads to Greatness

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School Highlights

  • International Day book

    Click on the image above to view photos from International Day 2022.

  • Coding book

    Click the image above to learn about the many coding and robotics learning experiences at Saddle Rock.

Featured Videos

One of the goals stemming from the Shared Decision Making Committee was to reach out to the elderly community in Great Neck and make a difference in their lives. Our 5th graders, along with the PE Teachers and the Technology Staff, created this senior fitness video of lower body and upper body exercises from a seated position, with modifications for the more able bodied.
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Service Learning Projects at Saddle Rock

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    5th Grade Read-A-Thon Benefits Ronald McDonald House of Long Island

    5th graders participated in their 11th annual month-long Read-A-Thon to support the Ronald McDonald house of Long Island. This year, students read nearly 100,000 pages and donated a total of $7,673.81. Click to view more photos.

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  • kids holding blankets with kind messages

    Blankets of Hope

    4th graders wrote messages of love, encouragement, and hope to attach to blankets. These blankets will then be given to a community homeless shelter. This initiative was done in conjunction with Blankets of Hope, an organization that sets out to inspire a global movement of kindness, one blanket at a time.

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  • Students zooming with community members

    Snack Time With Teddy

    Some fourth graders participated in an interactive virtual experience with 95-year-old Teddy B. Students asked about his childhood, his career in electrical engineering, and his favorite books, movies, etc. The children had a blast talking with him, and they plan to talk with him again soon to build a lasting relationship. This was initiated by the Saddle Rock Shared Decision Making Committee, whose 21-22 goal is to connect students with local senior citizens.

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