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Robert M. Finley Middle School

School Hours: 8:10 a.m. – 2:55 p.m.

Forest Avenue, Glen Cove, NY 11542
(516) 801-7510

Nelson Iocolano, Principal
Lawrence Carroll, Assistant Principal
Thomas Pye, Assistant Principal



Middle School Links


Honor Roll First Quarter

Meet the Teacher - Parent Step By Step Instructions

Parent Teacher Conferences Letter

2021 Homecoming Pictures


Mental Health Resources

Chromebook Information


Some students in Family and Consumer Science spent two days learning how to make and bake simple Pumpkin pies. They sampled their creations with a dollop of whipped cream. The students made 12 pies and decided to pay their efforts forward to those who may be less fortunate. They decided to donate some of the pies the day before Thanksgiving. Not only did they learn to follow a recipe, practice safe oven procedures but they also learned empathy and kindness.


Thanksgiving Pie Pictures


Thursday, August 26 we welcomed our incoming 6th graders with an Orientation/BBQ.  After meeting the middle school administration, students had a chance to participate in a scavenger hunt, led by our 7th and 8th grade National Junior Honor Society students who graciously volunteered their time.  Students then enjoyed a BBQ luncheon courtesy of our PTA. 

Thank you to all those who volunteered to make the morning a success!


BBQ Photos

Finley PTA Movie Night

The Finley PTA Movie Night was a huge hit. With almost 100 in attendance and great weather it truly was a perfect night under the stars.  Thank you to the PTA, Mr. Barry from the High School GCTV and HS student Zach Gotterbarn for making the night a true success. 

Unity Day 2021

On Wednesday, October 20th Finley Middle School celebrated Unity Day.  The message of UNITYday represents, "together against  bullying."  Our students and staff displayed a spirit of being united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.  Finley Middle School Students and Staff dressed in orange to send a message of School community support and unity against bullying.  Students signed a UNITY DAY Banner pledging, "United against bullying."  Students also created an orange connect link, writing anti-bullying words, quotes and statements on an orange strip of paper.  The paper links were then connected to create one long chain which represents unity against bullying.  Students received bookmarks :  Together we can create a world without bullying. Our School community responded with terrific enthusiasm and energy which made UnityDay 2021 a success.

Unity Day 2021 Photos


Tuesday, December 07, 2021