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pames140 Park Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
Phone Number: 631-565-6300
Grades: 3-5
School Hours: 8:10 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.

Interim Principal: Dr. Shirley E. Martin

Assistant Principal: Mr. Joshua Atlas


PAMES Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration 2021-2022


District-Wide ENL Family/Parent Night - December 21, 2021 at 6PM


PAMES Third Grade Supply List 2021- 2022

PAMES Fourth Grade Supply List 2021-2022

PAMES Fifth Grade Supply List 2021 - 2022


3rd Grade Welcome to PAMES


Topic: PAMES Moving Up Ceremony #1- June 22, 2021
Date: Jun 22, 2021 08:42 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting Recording
Access Passcode: $x74T6P.

Topic: PAMES Moving Up Ceremony #2- June 23, 2021
Date: Jun 23, 2021 08:39 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting Recording
Access Passcode: cF3M66%&


PAMES Spring Photos 2021 Flyer

PAMES Colorcycle Service Project 2021 Flyer

PAMES Poetry Contest 2021 Flyer

Girls INC at PAMES 2021 Flyer

PARP Family Night 2021 Flyer


Island Harvest Food Pantry at EWMMS


PAMES Black History Month Celebration 2021

Black History Month Celebration Flyer


Random Acts of Kindness Spirit Week

Semana del Espíritude Actos de Bondad al Azar


PAMES Math Night


PAMES Virtual Career Day


Click on this link to view the PAMES Online Protocols.


Click on this link to view the Park Avenue Title I 2020 Presentation.


Click the link below to view a tutorial on how to use the health screening app in Spanish.

How to Use the Health Screening App


Distance Learning Letter March 23, 2020





Current News

Northwest Graduating Second Graders Attend Orientation at Park Avenue Memorial Elementary

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(JUNE 2022)—Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School held an orientation for incoming third-graders from Northwest Elementary School to familiarize the students with the campus prior to the start of the 2022-2023 school year. Park Avenue School Counselor Kimberly Balducci presented a slide show about the school. The slide show introduced students to school programs, events, and what to expect next year.

“Transitioning into a new school can be really challenging for students,” said Ms. Balducci. “Orientations like this allow the incoming students to become familiar with the school and hopefully lessen some of the stress they might be feeling about entering a new environment.”

The soon-to-be Memorial students were able to meet some of the current Memorial third graders who spoke about their favorite activities and gave them some words of wisdom. The second-graders were then allowed to ask questions. Their trip ended with a school tour guided by Park Avenue students.

Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School Learns All About Fossils

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(MAY 2022)—Students in Amityville’s Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School learned all about fossils including prehistoric dinosaur skeletal fossils, Woolly’s Mammoth’s tooth, and saber-tooth tiger fangs from a presentation given by Donald (Jerry Pollack, a former teacher at Edmund W. Miles Middle School and a lifelong Amityville resident.

“It was a wonderful experience for the kids to learn about fossils,” said, Dr. Shirley Martin, Principal of Park Avenue Memorial School. “The students had a great time, learned information they had never been exposed to before, and were able to share in the excitement and enthusiasm Mr. Pollock brings to his teachings to our students.”

Mr. Pollock taught for 33 years at Edmund W. Miles Middle School and coached for 50 years in the district. Mr. Pollock displayed his fossils along with images of the animals they came from and gave the students the opportunity to hold the fossils and pass them around the classroom. Mr. Pollock has volunteered and has continued to teach the Amityville students frequently since his retirement.


Mr. Pollock shows his fossils to Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School students.

Mr. Pollock shows his fossils to Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School students.


Monday, June 27, 2022