Winthrop Avenue School

Grades 3-4

Principal:  Mrs. Sally Curto
School Secretary: Mrs. Laura Miksits

580 Winthrop Ave.

Bellmore, NY 11710






Current News

Bellmore Stars thank the board of education

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Bellmore Public Schools students showed thanks to the board of education and celebrated Winthrop Avenue School’s upcoming 100th anniversary during the Nov. 21 meeting.

Reflecting the dancing trends of the 1920s, students performed a Charleston dance in dedication to trustees. In the board room, Winning Star Leaders presented a painting they created which honors Winthrop’s 100th birthday. Additionally, the board received thanks from building administrators, teachers, and parents during the meeting.

Date Added: 11/29/2023

Winthrop Avenue turns Broadway with students’ Thanksgiving floats

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The annual Thanksgiving parade that runs down Broadway made its way to Winthrop Avenue School in the Bellmore School District as students created their own festive floats on Nov. 21.

Using balloons and any crafting material they could think of, Winning Star Leaders in third grade worked on their own Thanksgiving Day parade float based on their favorite fictional character or real-life idol. Students creatively suspended the balloons in the air with straws and popsicle stick bases, while the balloons themselves were decorated with colored tape, paper cutouts and yarn to closely resemble its inspiration. Once the parade was assembled, students also reflected on the many things they are thankful for.

Date Added: 11/27/2023

Winthrop Avenue students share ‘Wildly Important Goals (WIGs)’ with trustees

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Students from Winthrop Avenue School in the Bellmore Public School District gave board of education trustees a sneak peek at their daily kindness initiatives during the Oct. 17 regular meeting.

The students, who are only a few of the more than 70 Winthrop Winning Star Polishers Team members, demonstrated how they strive for kindness every day. They shared their kindness bingo card which challenges them to complete different acts of kindness. As a representation of their good deeds, students receive a paper heart which is displayed on the schools’ rainbow-colored kindness wall.

Date Added: 10/20/2023