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BOARD OF EDUCATION FEBRUARY DOOR POSTING


ON FEBRUARY 15, 2017, AT 12:00 NOON, AT VALLEY STREAM VILLAGE HALL, THE NASSAU COUNTY IDA WILL BE HOLDING A PUBLIC HEARING TO GRANT TAX BENEFITS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROPERTY AT 364-370 WEST MERRICK ROAD, VALLEY STREAM NEW YORK.


JANUARY 23, 2017 PARENT LETTER


January 19, 2017
Water System update


January 5, 2017 LETTER


December 20, 2016 Letter Water System Update


Board of Education Meeting Locations for 2017


IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR BOARD OF EDUCATION 

UN MENSAJE DE LA JUNTA DE EDUCACION


IMPORTANT PARENT PORTAL LETTER


WATER TESTING LETTER


NWEA Parent ToolKit


H2M PowerPoint Presentation January 27, 2016


Effective In January 2016 **   ​

Smart Schools Investment Plan

Instructional Technology Plan  2015 - 2018


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ON FEBRUARY 15, 2017, AT 12:00 NOON,
VALLEY STREAM VILLAGE HALL,
THE NASSAU COUNTY IDA WILL
BE HOLDING A PUBLIC HEARING TO
GRANT TAX BENEFITS TO THE DEVELOPMENT
OF THE PROPERTY AT 364-370
WEST MERRICK ROAD,
VALLEY STREAM NEW YORK.

WEDNESDAY,FEBRUARY 15TH,
BOARD OF EDUCATION WORK SESSION
7:30 PM
AND BUSINESS MEETING AT 8:30 PM,
BROOKLYN AVUENUE SCHOOL

FEBRUARY 20-24,
SCHOOL CLOSED FOR WINTER RECESS.










 Robert W. Carbonaro School
50 Hungry Harbor Road
Valley Stream, NY 11581
Phone:  (516) 434-2860
​Fax:      (516) 791-4573
William L. Buck School
75 Horton Avenue 
Valley Stream, NY 11581
Phone:  (516) 434-2840
​Fax:      (516) 256-0157
Brooklyn Avenue School
24 Brooklyn Avenue 
Valley Stream, NY 11581
Phone:  (516) 434-2850
​Fax:      (516) 256-0169


Our School Community


Valley Stream Union Free School District 24 is a unique elementary school district. Our 1,137 students are in Kindergarten through grade 6. There are 352 students at Brooklyn Avenue School, 358 students at William L. Buck School, and 427 students at Robert W. Carbonaro School. Upon completion of the sixth grade, our students continue their education in the junior and senior high schools of the Valley Stream Central High School District. 

Twenty thousand residents make their home in Valley Stream Union Free School District 24, which is located in the Village of Valley Stream. The School District also includes a portion of the Village of Lynbrook. The residents of the community have long supported its schools with their involvement and with their approval of our annual budget. 

A District with high expectations for excellence from its staff and its students, Valley Stream 24 employs over 139 professional staff members and 87 civil service personnel. Educational leadership is provided by our Superintendent of Schools, Edward M. Fale, Ph.D. His administration includes a Director of Finance and Operations, Director of Curriculum, Director of Special Education,and three Building Principals. 

Valley Stream Union Free School District 24 is a forward-looking district that meets the high expectations for educational excellence defined by a population that includes many professionals. Our students are regularly recognized for high academic achievement and they consistently score above the average for Nassau County school districts on the New York State Pupil Evaluation Program tests. 

We take pride in our schools, our high scholastic standards, our administration, our faculty, our support staff and the support of our residents. We offer the convenience of cosmopolitan living with the pleasures of suburban life, and we believe our community stands tall. We welcome your interest!

Community: The Village of Valley Stream

Valley Stream is an incorporated village ideally situated to take advantage of the cultural activities of New York City and Long Island’s legendary recreational facilities. It has its own government, with an elected Mayor and Board of Trustees; a Volunteer Fire Department, Emergency Squad, Post Office, Public Library, Sanitation and Water District. Local residents provide auxiliary police service to our community in association with the Nassau County Police Department.

Most of the businesses in Valley Stream are located along two major arteries: Merrick Road and Sunrise Highway. Small proprietor malls are home to specialty shops, banks, restaurants, and major franchised businesses. Green Acres Mall, the first of the major malls on Long Island, features scores of department and specialty stores.

Many residents commute to work, especially executives who work in New York City, a 30 minute ride on the Long Island Railroad.

A short drive away is famous Jones Beach State Park, considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, as well as nearly 200 miles of public beaches. Nassau County’s famous park system, golf courses, tennis courts, and marina’s attract families and retirees alike.

The community is located one-half hour or less from Aqueduct Raceway, Belmont Park, Eisenhower Park, Hempstead Lake State Park, boating and swimming facilities, Westbury Music Fair, the Nassau Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, as well as the in-town convenience Hendrickson Park and the Valley Stream Village Green.

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