Little Tor Elementary School
Success Shines on Everyone at Little Tor
  Little Tor Elementary 
Clarkstown Central School District
Clarkstown Central  
 School District
56 Gregory Streeet
New City, NY 10956
(914) 639-6365
     Principal: Patricia Holbert
     Secretary: Eileen Savage

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 Welcome to Little Tor Elementary School ! 
Little Tor Elementary School

Little Tor, which means little mountain, is located in a quiet residential area, in the northern part of New City, New York, just 20 miles from New York City. In addition to our proximity to the world's cultural center, we are fortunate to count among our local natural resources: Harriman State Park, the Hudson River and Bear Mountain State Park.

For comprehensive information about Rockland County, explore, Rockland's source for information. We Love the Earth

Little Tor is one of ten elementary schools in the Clarkstown Central School District. With approximately 290 students in grades K through 5, there's a great student to teacher ratio. It's easy to get to know everyone at Little Tor!

Take some time to click away and explore our web site. You'll see why we are all so proud of... Little Tor Elementary School.

Every student has the chance to learn in the classroom.... but at Little Tor there are also opportunities to learn outside the classroom through the spirit of challenge and self-expression.
Little Stories

In the PTA Reflections Contest, Second Grader, Ian, won First Place in the District in the Fine Arts Category. He was then entered in the State level competition.

To see his picture, illustrating the theme:
Suddenly You Turn Around and ....

During the school year, many such opportunities are available for the students to use their initiative, creativity and talent to achieve a new goal.

In the Fifth Annual Clarkstown District Invention Convention, held last spring, four Little Tor students won honors. The first place division winners were guest presenters at the New City Rotary Meeting in June.

Click the button with the student's project name to see a picture of the work pop up in a separate window.

Joey won First-Place in the Second-Grade division
for his
David won Highest Honors in that category
for his
Aliyana won First-Place in the Third-Grade division
for her
Nate won Honors in the Fifth-Grade division
for his
Fouth graders who entered were Kristen, Jessie, and Nick
who entered a

The convention was open to all students in K-6 in the Clarkstown schools. Projects were judged according to creativity, usefulness, and the oral presentation for the judges.

"Success Shines On Everyone At Little Tor"

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