waverlyWaverly Park Elementary School

320 Waverly Avenue
East Rockaway, NY, 11518
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-6589
School Nurse Telephone: 516-887-6587 

Principal: Mrs. Allison Campbell
Nurse: Mrs. Grace Sarlo
Principal's Secretary: Mrs. Margaret Marchell
Typist Clerk: Mrs. Charmaine Sorbara 

School Year Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday
Summer Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday through Friday
All visitors must have an appointment to meet with staff in any school building. Please DO call ahead. Thank you!

Important Contact Information:
NYS Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-342-3720
NYS línea de abuso infantile: 1-800-342-3720
Medicaid Fraud Hotline: 516-612-5200


Welcome to Waverly Park
Welcome to the Waverly Park Website. Our website is designed to serve as a window into our school community. Information about programs and activities, our PTA, as well as events taking place in our school can be found here.

Our school is a true learning community where children thrive. The combination of our teaching staff supported by our caring and involved parents is at the heart of our school's success.

Current News

Waverly Park Students Pick Up Their Next Reads

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Students throughout Waverly Park Elementary School in the Lynbrook Public School District picked up their next enticing read at the annual book fair coordinated by the PTA.

Several book racks and tables were set up to display hundreds of books and other knick-knacks available to purchase. Book covers teased adventures following students’ favorite characters or entirely new journeys to explore. Selections were available for all grades, from picture books to novels.

Date Added: 11/28/2022

Waverly Park students bring veterans to school for Veterans Day

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Students at Waverly Park Elementary School in the Lynbrook Public School District recently brought their close family members who are veterans to visit the school and speak with students.

The Waverly Park Student Council hosted the event in celebration of Veterans Day. Nearly a dozen veterans were at the school to share their stories. Students welcomed the veterans with a grand entrance down a red carpet, gold flowers and songs. They were introduced to the veterans in the gymnasium and then spent more personal time with them as they visited individual classrooms. The students also presented the veterans with a Wall of Peace, Wall of Heroes and individual “Smiles” in the form of poems.

Date Added: 11/28/2022

Lynbrook community stands as one for Unity Day

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On Oct. 19, orange filled the halls and classrooms of Lynbrook Public Schools signifying Unity Day and the community’s unified stance against bullying.

Created by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, Lynbrook schools and others across the country recognize the day to promote acceptance, inclusion and kindness. Students, staff and administrators wore eye-catching orange to show their commitment to taking a stand against bullying.

Many activities throughout the week promoted Unity Day, such as the creation of the unity tree at West End Elementary School, on which students shared ways to prevent bullying. At Waverly Park, students pledged to be kind to all their peers by posting promises to be inclusive. The Marion Street community came together for a school-wide walk around the track, and at the Kindergarten Center, students drew scenes of kindness, which were combined into an orange pumpkin to celebrate the season. North Middle School students in the Career Development Program who run the Hoot Café visited West End to serve up some tasty treats, while at North Middle, students created and signed a group agreement to do their part to create a safe and inclusive environment. The classroom doors of South Middle School were decorated for a competition promoting teamwork and Unity Day messages. Finally, several of the schools gathered outside to take a group Unity Day photo in different shapes, including “unity” at Waverly Park.

Date Added: 10/21/2022