Pearl River High School 275 E Central Ave, Pearl River, NY10965 Pearl River High School is for students in grades eight to 12. William Furdon is the principal. Cindy Mantas and Kevin…More McCahill are the assistant principals. The school won a 2006 NYS Public High School Athletic Association School of Distinction for scholar-athlete achievement. Pearl River was also one of the first three schools in the country to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quaity Award in 2001.
Franklin Avenue Elementary School is a member of the Pearl River School District and as such adheres to all the…More guidelines set forth by the district offices. The school runs a standard curriculum, as the district as a whole follows the guidelines set forth by the New York State Learning Standards. Curriculum and instruction is revised according to faculty input and education research.
The school's principal is Maureen Alaimo. There are 30 faculty members besides for Silberstein who are responsible for educating the 340 students in grades kindergarten through fourth grade. The school educates kindergarten children in two half-day sessions. All other grades are taught on the standard school schedule.
Lincoln Avenue is one of three elementary schools in the Pearl River School District. The school's 304 students are…More broken up into one kindergarden class and three classes each in grades one, two, three and four.
In addition to the classroom teachers, Lincoln Avenue's faculty includes specialists in reading, art, libary and media, band, chorus, physical education and speech therapy. The school also has computers in every classroom.
Kathleenann M. Cool is the principal.
Evans Park Elementary School 40 Marion Pl, Pearl River, NY10965 Opened in 1953, Evans Park is the oldest of the three elementary schools in the Pearl River School District. The school…More employs three teachers at the kindergarten and first-grade levels and four each for second, third and fourth grades. In addition to the grade-level teachers, the faculty includes specialists in speech, language, art, music, physical education, reading and ESL. Peggy Lynch is the school principal.