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Edward J. Bosti Elementary School

50 Bourne Boulevard
Bohemia, NY 11716-4999
Principal: Laura Kimball
631-244-2291
lkimball@ccsdli.org

Bosti Student Health Assessment

 

 Virtual Parent Workshop: May 27, 2021 @ 7pm

 

Remote Learning Artwork

 

Bosti 50th Anniversary Celebration

 

Joint letter from the Nassau and Suffolk County Superintendents Association regarding photo Sharing Site


Welcome To Edward J. Bosti Elementary School

The Bosti Community is a child centered environment that celebrates each student’s unique talents. Through a wide variety of learning opportunities, students will strive to reach their highest level of achievement in an atmosphere of mutual respect and responsibility. We aspire to develop compassionate life-long learners who will be our Leaders of Tomorrow. Rooted in Tradition Energized by Unity Inspired by Pride Our community accepts this, "The Bosti Challenge"

 

Character Education Mission Statement
The mission of the Edward J. Bosti Character Education Initiative is to empower all children in our community with the knowledge, skills, and aspirations needed for the development and practice of positive character traits throughout their lives.   

 

 

Current News

Moving Up to Middle School

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In mid-June, each of the seven elementary schools in the Connetquot Central School District held its own “moving up” ceremony to honor its fifth graders as they advance to middle school. Proud family members watched as the students performed musical numbers, received special awards, and were recognized individually as elementary school graduates. Connetquot Central School District congratulates each fifth grade graduate and wishes them a wonderful middle school experience.

Connetquot Seniors Return to Their Roots

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Twelfth graders from Connetquot High School recently returned to their former elementary schools for the district’s traditional “senior walk” celebrations. Sporting their caps and gowns, the seniors processed around the exteriors of their respective elementary schools while current students cheered them on with great excitement. This was a heartwarming experience for the soon-to-be high school graduates, as well as the proud elementary school faculty and staff who fondly remember them as young children.