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Kindergarten registration will be conducted at the Joseph M. Barton Building, 26 New York Avenue, Smithtown, NY 11787. It will be held Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM.
Please note that the registration schedule is organized by the school your child would attend in the fall. If you are not sure which school you will be attending, please click here for an online map of the school district. It is not necessary to bring your child to registration.
The 2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration schedule is as follows:
January 8, 9: Accompsett Elementary School students
January 10, 11: Dogwood Elementary School students
January 12, 16: Mills Pond Elementary School students
January 17, 18: Mount Pleasant Elementary School students
January 19, 22: St. James Elementary School students
January 23, 24: Smithtown Elementary School students
January 25, 26: Tackan Elementary School students
We would appreciate if parents would make every effort to register their children according to the schedule above. It has been developed to facilitate the entire registration process. To accommodate working parents, there will be one evening registration on Wednesday, January 17th from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
Registration Homepage: http://www.smithtown.k12.ny.us/district/central_registration
Kindergarten Registration Checklist
Kindergarten Registration Packet
School Specific Letters
Please refer to the link listed below for information regarding the Challenge Day Program.
Link: Challenge Day Program
In support of the district’s social emotional learning efforts, seventh-graders at Great Hollow Middle School participated in Challenge Day, a full-day antibullying workshop during three different sessions on Jan. 8, 9 and 10.
The Challenge Day program is designed to build compassion using social-emotional techniques. Students and adults worked together in different trust building exercises throughout the day that help both parties generate a positive change using empathy and... Click Here to View
High School West senior Julia Gutierrez (left) has been recognized as a 2017-18 National Hispanic Scholar. Each year, the National Hispanic Recognition Program recognizes about 5,000 academically outstanding high school students from the more than 400,000 Hispanic and Latino juniors who take the PSAT/NMSQT exam. She is pictured with High School West guidance counselor Sara Safranek. Click Here to View
Fourth-graders in Lisa Hennessy’s class at Accompsett Elementary School recently studied commas and how to use them properly to separate simple words and phrases. Working with English language arts coach Alyson Cronin, the students had the opportunity to notice and imitate this work using picture book biographies as their mentor texts. Click Here to View
Two High School West student-artists took home the top two prizes at the 10th annual Suffolk County Community College Art Competition in late December. High School West senior Mikayla Riley won first place with a paper collage, “The Dawn of the Edge of Night.” High School West senior Miriam Radwan won second place with a mixed media drawing, “Gourds.” Both students were awarded monetary prizes. Click Here to View
The fifth-graders at Mills Pond Elementary School worked to brighten the day for residents at St. James Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center on Dec. 19.
The classes walked to the facility from their school to spread holiday cheer with their Christmas carols. The students marched up and down the halls singing some of the holiday classic tunes. They delivered handmade greeting cards and ornaments to help spread holiday spirit to the residents. Click Here to View
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