Kindergartners at Dogwood brought their stuffed animals to school for a checkup on Oct. 11 as part of an interactive workshop presented by Stony Brook University Hospital.
In an effort to dispel some of the fear and apprehension associated with doctors and hospitals, the students learned to perform proper medical treatments on a “sick” stuffed animal or doll they had brought in from home.
After visiting the waiting room, the students worked to diagnose their stuffed companions;... Click Here to View
Sarah Adamo from High School West and Anjali Balamurugan and Erika Nemeth from High School East – are among more than 400 semifinalists named across the United States in this year’s prestigious Siemens Competition, the nation’s premier competition in math, science and technology for high school students.
Additionally, Adamo and Nemeth have both had their projects selected to compete in the regional finals in November. Individual and team winners from the regional... Click Here to View
Accompsett Elementary celebrated the accomplishments of its summer readers during a breakfast on Sept. 23. To receive an invitation to the breakfast, students had to complete a summer reading project that included reading six books and writing a report for each book. More than 100 students participated in the program and joined together for a breakfast sponsored by the PTA, where they each received a certificate and a prize. Click Here to View
Students at Mills Pond engaged in a variety of activities that promoted peace during their Peace Day celebration on Sept. 30.
Dressed head to toe in white, the students were involved in mindful actions, such as various yoga poses, breathing exercises, peaceful songs and meditation techniques – each of which were also connected to the district’s focus on social-emotional learning. Mills Pond Elementary also highlights the good deeds of its students with a “Growing Kindness... Click Here to View
St. James Elementary hosted motivational speaker, author and Smithtown Central School District graduate Jon Gordon on Sept. 29. The school is integrating his book, “The Energy Bus for Kids,” into its character education program.
The message behind the book is about getting your team on the bus, moving in the right direction with a shared vision, focus and purpose. There are five different motivating factors to staying on the energy bus, Gordon said. “You are all the drivers... Click Here to View
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