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Gribbin Elementary School

School Hours: 8:55 a.m. – 3:40 p.m.

Early Dismissal Time: 12:10 p.m.

Seaman & Walnut Roads, Glen Cove, NY 11542
(516) 801-7210

 

  

Welcome To Our School

The Eugene J. Gribbin Primary School was built in 1966. Our school was named after Mr. Gribbin, a former principal at Glen Cove High School as well as a Superintendent for the district in 1941. Mr. Gribbin's name was synonymous with education in Glen Cove for many years.

Currently Gribbin School houses 382 students in grades k-2.

The entire staff is dedicated to educating and nurturing the whole child. We strive for a safe and secure environment where every child is encouraged to excel.

"The lesson you teach today is not confined to the walls of the classroom. Once it is implanted in the heart and mind of a child it can change the world".

 
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You can support Gribbin School while you shop

All year we will be collectingBox Tops for Education.  Clip those Box Tops and send them to school.    Save your King Kullen receipts and bring them to school too. 

Register your Stop&Shop savings card and a portion of your sales will go to our school.

Just a few ways you can support our school without doing any work!

Use the Gribbin PTA Amazon link. Amazon will contribute up to 10% from your purchases to the Gribbin PTA whenever you access their website using our unique Amazon link.

Current News

A Focus on Kindness at Gribbin

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Second-graders in Coleen Brunhuber and Jennifer Hajok’s class at Gribbin School participated in a lesson about spreading kindness as a beginning of the year, community-building activity. The teachers feel it’s important for the kids to accept and treat each other with respect and kindness. They shared that together with students, they become a classroom family and take care of each other all year long. The class had fun doing the activity. First, they read the book “Jelly Donut Difference,” by Maria Dismondy. They then decorated a picture of a donut that included “sprinkles” with acts of kindness written on them, picked one act of kindness and constructed a sentence about it.