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BUS EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:

AFTER 4PM YOU CAN USE THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS IF THERE IS A BUS EMERGENCY.
ALWAYS STAY HOME IF YOUR CHILD HAS NOT ARRIVED- DO NOT GO TO THE SCHOOL.
OUR MAIN OFFICE CLOSES AT 4PM

TOWNE BUS FOR ALL LARGE BUSES: 631-862-2019
SUFFOLK TRANSPORTATION FOR ALL MINI BUSES: 631-732-3200 EXT 16

 

School Spirit Soars at Winter Olympics

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The physical education teachers, along with the Parent-Teacher Association at Accompsett Elementary School in the Smithtown Central School District, held a Winter Olympics competition in the Smithtown High School West gymnasium on the evening of Feb. 26. Waving their flags high, students were divided into different colored teams to compete in Olympic-style relay races. Dressed in their team colors, the students had the opportunity to participate in team-building activities, while also showing off their school team spirit. The event taught students about teamwork, collaboration and the importance of physical activity.

AES Celebrates Culture

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The third graders at Accompsett Elementary School got a taste of different cultures around the world and celebrated ethnic diversity thanks to a visit from author Kathleen Bart. Based on her book “Global Gourmet,” the program explored multicultural celebrations, holidays, foods, customs and traditions. Students viewed different posters, illustrations and heard stories from different regions and also compared and contrasted facts about different world cultures. 


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Dogwood Students ‘Explore’ Research Projects

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Fourth graders at Dogwood Elementary School are working on research projects as part of the English language arts and social studies curriculum. During their Road to Revolution unit, the students conducted research online about an assigned European explorer. After learning the facts about their explorer, they created a project and presented their findings to the class.