Plainedge Public Schools
Plainedge Public Schools

Instructional Technology

As part of its mission, the Plainedge School District’s focus is to utilize a variety of cutting-edge technology that supports learning.”

This goal drives our students, families, teachers, and administrators to embrace a plan that prepares our students to be college and career-ready. Our plan looks beyond the traditional definition of the classroom and focuses on creating learning environments that prepare our students to thrive in the future global society.

Mobile Device 1:1 Program

Smart Schools Bond Act Information

The Smart Schools Bond Act was passed by voters in a statewide referendum held on  Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

The Smart Schools Bond Act authorized the issuance of $2 billion to finance improved educational technology and infrastructure to improve learning and opportunity for students throughout the State.

The Smart Schools Bond Act requires that school districts develop and receive approval of a Smart Bond Investment Plan from the Smart Schools Review Board.

The Plainedge School District has been allocated $1,693,869.

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Core Beliefs for Educational Technology:

  • Engagement and learning increase with the use of technology.
  • Technology supports differentiation of learning.
  • Active participation and contributions to the learning process increase with the use of technology.
  • Project and inquiry based learning experiences are enhanced with the use of technology.
  • Technology skills are best learned in context through project and inquiry based learning.
  • Technology supports broader collaboration opportunities both locally and globally.
  • 21st century communication and collaboration requires fluency in the use of technology.

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Residents have voted to approve Plainedge Public School District’s 2024-2025 budget. In addition to approving the budget, residents have elected Joseph Garcia, Michael Morrisey, and Douglas Pascarella as Plainedge Board of Education members. The results are presented below.
Proposition I—School Budget Yes 1,340 No 526
Proposition II—Capitals Project Yes 1,269 No 518
Proposition III—Safety & Security Yes 1,340 No 459

Proposition IIII - Library Budget Yes 1,333 No 485
Library Trustee: Michael Giris
📚 📖 In Plainedge, we are committed to empowering students to become confident readers, writers, and thinkers. By instilling a love of learning and literacy, we prepare our students for success in school and in life. 
Join us as we take you on a journey to take a look inside of our classrooms to see what learning to read and write looks like for your children each day.
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Join us in reliving the unforgettable moments from the Special Olympics Spring Games, hosted by Plainedge Public Schools. From the electrifying energy of the track to the fierce competition on the court, every event showcased our athletes' boundless spirit and our community's unwavering support. Together, we celebrate the spirit of inclusivity and empowerment. 
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Happy Mother's Day!
Thank you for all you do to make the Plainedge Public Schools such an outstanding place to live and learn!
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Eastplain Student Council has been recognized as a “2024 ASCA Student Council School of Excellence” for their outstanding commitment to the four pillars of ASCA: community service student leadership, citizenship, and school spirit.

The Eastplain Student Council community service project was an “Animal Shelter Donation Drive” Eastplain scholars collected used and/or new items to donate to a local animal shelter. Student council members created posters and flyers to share with Eastplain students and families. Students brought in used/new blankets, sheets, dog beds, treats, etc. Student council members sorted the items and donated them to the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter. A total of 179 items were donated.
They also showed school spirit through the “Coin War.” Grades competed to see which grade could bring in the most amount of coins, with the winning grade receiving a pizza party donated by a local pizzeria. $1,652.37 was raised for Rocco’s Voice for Autism, a local charity. We were pleased with the amount donated by our small school.

A big thank you goes out to Eastplain, Principal Mark Coccarelli, and Student Council Advisors Catherine Gulino and Emily Antonik for their guidance and support in working with the students.
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