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Manor Oaks School

1950 Hillside Avenue
New Hyde Park, New York 11040
Jane Ruthkowski, Principal
Phone: (516) 434-2350

Jane Ruthkowski, Principal
Laura Caines-Giralde, Assistant Principal
Anita Fager, Main Office Secretary


Dear Manor Oaks School Community,

Manor Oaks School is creating its' FIRST ever cookbook. Your assistance is needed to fill this book with treasured recipes. Please click on the link below to access the flyer for more information along with the recipe template and sample recipe submission.


The Manor Oaks Building Level Team 

Kindergarten Orientation 

Vision Statement
As a school community, we at Manor Oaks are bound by the common goal of providing a safe, nurturing, learning environment for all students.  We will inspire and challenge our students through inquiry, collaboration, and exploration to empower them to become creative problem solvers of the future.

Current News

Manor Oaks School Creates Kindness Garden

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The grounds and courtyard at Manor Oaks School were transformed by the planting of colorful flowers and the placement of rocks with messages of kindness.

This beautification project, coordinated by first grade teacher Christina Sciarotto and art teacher Jenna Marotta, was this year’s Unity Project. The school hosts this annual initiative to bring the school community together.

Students worked on their kindness rocks in art class with Marotta. Additionally, staff created their own kindness rocks during their April faculty meeting.

On June 2, students were encouraged to bring in their own small shovel to help beautify the courtyard with the kindness rocks.

Date Added: 6/10/2022

Assemblyman Ra Visits Manor Oaks School

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Manor Oaks School fifth graders received a visit from Assemblyman Ed Ra on May 6. Assemblyman Ra’s visit coincided with the students’ government unit in social studies. He reviewed how the state government works and his role in representing the constituents of his district. At the conclusion of his presentation, he answered students’ questions.

“The students were well prepared for the Q&A session,” Principal Jane Ruthkowski said. “Their learning about the government was evident by their engagement and discussion.”

Date Added: 5/18/2022

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