This brick-faced elementary school was built in 1939 and houses students in grades one through five. Visitors…More are first greeted by a large vaulted chamber beneath the cupola where student projects are displayed every month.
The school also features a baseball field to the north and a playground with equipment surrounded by a safety surface.
The Mineola School District is a Pre-K through 12th grade school district, encompassing parts of the communities of…More Mineola, Albertson, Williston Park, Garden City Park and Roslyn Heights within the district boundaries. There are four elementary schools in the district: Willis Avenue, Meadow Drive, Hampton Street and Jackson Avenue, as well as a middle school and high school.
The district administrative offices are housed on the second floor of the Willis Avenue School. The main entrance to the administration offices can be found in the back of the school just off the entrance to the rear parking lot from Jackson Avenue.
Automotive Headquarters 222 Herricks Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Automotive Headquarters is located on the northeast corner of Herricks Road and Jackson Avenue. The company offers a…More variety of automotive repair services.
Stretching a full block from Jackson Avenue to Garfield Avenue, along Marcellus Road, Memorial Park garnered its name…More from the dedication of a monument in the center of the park to those soldiers fallen in World War I. A second plaque was added later to honor all of those who had served and perished in all American wars and military actions since the Revolution. Another monument was erected just to the south, dedicated to those who died on September 11, 2001.
The park features a number of amenities, including two playgrounds, swings, two pairs of tennis courts, gaming tables, a shower and spray pool, picnic tables, benches and a gazebo, which was a feature when the park was originally dedicated in 1932.
Originally built in 1923 as the district high school, the Mineola Middle School was created in 1962 and houses grades…More five through seven. Situated on a large square block along Emory Road, it is in-between Jackson and Garfield avenues.
Some of the remnants of the original high school still remain, such as the Greco-Roman carved letters depicting separate entrances for boys & girls, as well as designations for the gymnasium and cafeteria wings. You can also find the words "high school" inscribed above the main entrance.
The school features a large field to the north, just off of Jackson Avenue (featuring two softball fields), as well as plenty of green space in the front and rear of the building. One of the most unique features inside the school is the aquarium located near the school offices. It is stocked with a colorful array of exotic fish.