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Fifth Avenue Elementary School

Home and Fun Links


The following links are provided to support extra-academic and -curricular topics.

Ongoing monitoring and supervision of children’s Web- and Internet-browsing is the most effective way to ensure our children’s safe Internet surfing!

Parents should ALWAYS preview any websites prior to allowing children to browse at home.    






Northport-East Northport Public Library

Suffolk (Library) Web

Info Please!

The White House for Kids

The Library of Congress

Yahooligans (search engine)

Ask for (search engine)

KidsClick! (search engine)

Homework Spot

Math Forum

Word Central


National Geographic for Kids


Smart Technologies: SmartBoard

Google Scholar


Northport-East. Northport Elementary Computer Standards



Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators

PBS TeacherSource

Miss Maggie




3.      For PARENTS


Family Education Network

Northport-East Northport's Parent Center

Smart Parent

Parents' Guide to the Information Highway

The Family Strengthening Policy Center (FSPC) a clearinghouse of information and tools dedicated to family strengthening practices.

Safe Kids

Get Net Wise

FBI Kids’ Internet Safety tips

Safe Kids WorldWide!

5.    For CLIP ART


Pics 4 Learning

Awesome Clipart for Kids

Best Animations

Cool Clips


1.         Child Safety and the Internet. Suffolk County Police Department Computer Crimes Section. 631-852-6277. Cyber Tipline: 800-843-5678.

2.          BoxTops for Education. Online coupons and promotions, fun activities and ideas in the Activity Center.

3.         Long Island Advocates, Inc.-Advocacy and legal assistance for disability-related issues. Training on disability-related topics. Call Executive Director Alyse Middendorf, at 516-735-5466.

4.         Long Island Advocacy Center. Educational advocacy for non-disabled, at-risk students and those with mental health issues. Call 516-248-2222.

5.         Long Island Center for Independent Living. Counseling, advocacy, referrals, equipment loans, housing information, social security help, and more. Call 516-796-0144.

6.         Suffolk Independent Living Organization. Civil rights information and referral, legal assistance, children's services, independent living skills, and more. Call 631-880-7929.

7.         Parent to Parent of Long Island. Support network offering encouragement and practical advice via support family whose child has a similar disability. Call 631-493-1716 or 800-559-1729.

8.         Special Ed Moms. For instruction on special education law and effective advocacy strategies, visit

9.         Feel Better Kids. This organization helps children on Long Island who need financial assistance with medical care. Contact them at 1-866-257-KIDS (phone), or (website).

10.    Register with OMRDD. If you have a child with a disability, you can register your child with the New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (OMRDD) to receive educational, behavioral, and other resource information. Call 631-434-6100

11.    New York Access Pass to New York State Parks. This pass will gain you free vehicle access to state parks and historic sites, as well as discounts on recreational activities. Call New York State Parks at 518-474-2324 for an application.

12.    Weather Related Closings – Closing and delay notices for participating organizations