Please be advised that due to the forecast of inclement weather for Wednesday, March 21st, we are anticipating that we will open on a normal schedule and plan for an early dismissal. More information will be provided in the morning.
Please note: in the event of an early dismissal there will be no Wilson Tech PM program, all afternoon and evening activities are canceled, and there will be no after care provided by the Town of Smithtown School Age Child Care program.
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Members of the art club at Nesaquake Middle School are spreading their wings – literally. The student-artists, along with adviser and art teacher Jennifer Fandrey, painted their wings in the hallway of the school.
The artwork was inspired by artist Kelsey Montague, who has a social media movement tied to her artwork. Her motto is artwork shouldn’t just be about the artist but about the community. She encourages people to become part of her art, take a photo and share it on... Click Here to View
Fourth-graders at St. James Elementary School learned that they can turn any object into art, during a recycled art project on March 6. Local artist-in-residence Joyce Raimondo visited the school to work on a green art project with the students.
During a slideshow presentation, Raimondo spoke to the students about Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder and how they turned throwaway objects into masterpieces. Using 100 percent recycled items, the students were tasked with creating their own... Click Here to View
Second-graders at Tackan Elementary School took a trip back to the age of dinosaurs, thanks to a presentation by paleontologist Bob Lisaius, aka “Dinoman” on March 6.
During the morning assembly, the second-grade classes came together to learn about fossils, different types of dinosaurs, why they became extinct and Lisaius’ work in the field in an effort to spark students’ interest in science.
Following the general assembly, Lisaius visited each of the individual... Click Here to View
When Ireen Westrack, principal at Mills Pond Elementary School, makes a promise to students, she keeps it. In the beginning of February, Ms. Westrack challenged the school to read 50,000 minutes during Parents As Reading Partners month.
If they met that challenge, Ms. Westrack promised to kiss a pig. Not only did the school meet her challenge, but they far exceeded the goal. On March 1, local 700-pound hog Bruce made the trip to the school and Ms. Westrack delivered on her promise in front... Click Here to View
The High School West Red Cross Club remembered troops overseas this Valentine’s Day. Led by faculty members Helene Robinson and Kimberly Williams, the club sent homemade cards, notes of appreciation and treats in a care package. They recently received a picture from the platoon at the Marine Corps base in Hawaii with their Valentine’s cards.
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