5:00 PM - 7:00 PM District UPK Lottery
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Music in Our Schools Month Choral Concert
Welcome to Neil Armstrong School where students, families and staff work together to "Reach for the Stars!"
Neil Armstrong is an inclusive, friendly and close knit neighborhood school. We embrace our rich traditions at the same time that we embrace the student centered, technology rich instruction that prepares students for life in our 21stCentury. Our community is strong. We are proud of our diversity. Our Spartan Way and our joint commitment to our children knit us closely together. We invite you to join us in our efforts to create a joyful place for children to learn about their community, their world and the world yet to come.
How can families get involved?
Check your child's Take Home Folder & Agenda (for students in grades 3-5)
Sign up for E News updates to receive Space Log E-Bulletins (see the Gates Chili website page for sign up).
Read the monthly “Space Log Family Newsletter" (also published on our website).
Highlight and attend Neil Armstrong events such as Pasta Dinner & Dance, Family Festival of Learning, Family Fun & Fitness Nights.
Check your child's teacher website.
Attend our Neil Armstrong Parent Teacher Organization (NAPTO) meetings and events such as the Fall Fandango and Costume Party (free!).
Ask your child’s teacher about signing up for Neil Armstrong social media- start by signing up for the school’s Twitter feed: @NeilArmstrongES - most teachers also have their own social media site for their individual class
Volunteer! Contact the school for information.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by calling the main office or e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa McGary, Principal
The Gates Chili Central School District continues to monitor the situation around a new coronavirus known as COVID-19. You can find information and resources at this link.
Junior Calvin Finger placed second overall in the high jump, jumping 6 feet and 6 inches. Junior Brennan Hong placed seventh overall in the pole vault clearing 14 feet.
For years, schools have focused on equality, aiming to provide an educational environment equal for all students. In recent times, that paradigm has shifted to equity, that is, giving everyone what they need to be successful.