people standing with american flags1 Lincoln Street, Smithtown, NY 11787

 

Main Office:  (631) 382-4155

Health Office:  (631) 382-4160
Principal - Timothy Hellmuth:  (631) 382-4155 | thellmuth@smithtown.k12.ny.us

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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 

VETERANS HONORED AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY

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VETERANS DAY CEREMONY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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VETERANS DAY CEREMONY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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VETERANS DAY CEREMONY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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VETERANS DAY CEREMONY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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VETERANS DAY CEREMONY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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VETERANS DAY CEREMONY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY

Students at Accompsett Elementary School honored those who have served our country this morning in a special Veterans Day ceremony.
Principal Tim Hellmuth began the ceremony with some facts about the origin of Veterans Day, originally known as Armistice Day.
The students then shouted a loud "Thank You Collin" to school teacher Mrs. Gerig's son, Collin, who is currently stationed in Kuwait.
The entire school then saluted veterans who were visiting this morning, including 93-year old Mr. Sperin who fought in World War II.  

The veterans then spoke to the students in several classrooms.  Head to our Facebook page for more pictures!

Date Added: 11/10/2022

ROARING WITH DELIGHT!

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DINOMAN VISITS DOGWOOD
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DINOMAN VISITS DOGWOOD
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DINOMAN VISITS DOGWOOD


First grade students and teachers at Dogwood Elementary had a fun and educational time as paleontologist/comedian Bob “Dinoman” Lisaius dropped some knowledge and humor for all ages with fossils and inflatable dinosaurs.
A great time was had by all!

Date Added: 11/7/2022

FIRE SAFETY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY

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Fire Safety At Accompsett Elementary
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Fire Safety At Accompsett Elementary
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Fire Safety At Accompsett Elementary
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Fire Safety At Accompsett Elementary
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Fire Safety At Accompsett Elementary
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Fire Safety At Accompsett Elementary

Members of the Smithtown Fire Department paid a visit to students at Accompsett Elementary School to teach the kids about fire safety.
The students learned to go to the nearest window in case of a fire, touch a doorknob with the back of your hand in case it's hot and to establish a meeting place if a smoke alarm goes off.

Thank you Captain Palazzo, Fireman Fred and Lieutenant Lauber!

Date Added: 11/7/2022

OFF TO THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE THEY GO!

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PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY
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PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT ACCOMPSETT ELEMENTARY

Introducing the Accompsett Elementary school principal for a day, Mr. Oz Kai.

Last week the Accompsett PTA ran a Fun Run to raise money for the school's cultural arts programs.  Kindergarten student Oz Kai Koc raised nearly 5,000 dollars ($4,925) for the school.  As a reward he won Principal for the Day and even had the opportunity to pie Mr. Hellmuth and discuss proper school behavior with Mr. Hellmuth and Superintendent of Smithtown Schools Dr. Secaur.

Date Added: 10/28/2022

START SPREADING THE NEWS: NEW SMITHTOWN BULLETIN!

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SMITHTOWN BULLETIN

The Smithtown Central School District Communications Committee is proud to announce that we will start to send a monthly bulletin in an effort to better share important information with our school community.

Click HERE to read the Smithtown Bulletin.

Date Added: 10/28/2022

BEACH CLEAN-UP SUCCESS!

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BEACH CLEANUP AT SUNKEN MEADOW
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BEACH CLEANUP AT SUNKEN MEADOW
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BEACH CLEANUP AT SUNKEN MEADOW
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BEACH CLEANUP AT SUNKEN MEADOW
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BEACH CLEANUP AT SUNKEN MEADOW
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BEACH CLEANUP AT SUNKEN MEADOW

The Smithtown Beach Clean-Up at Sunken Meadow State Park was a huge success this past Saturday.

More than 100 people came out representing every school in the district! Students and teachers acted as citizen scientists, picking up 192 pounds of trash and documented what kind it was. That information will be added to the database that follows trends in trash.
Thank you to Lauren Hoffman, HSW teacher and Environmental Club advisor, who organized the day with her club. AMSEAS (Atlantic Marine Conservation Society) and the Smithtown Green Team was there with buckets and pickers and gloves.
Lots of Smithtown pride represented!

Date Added: 10/23/2022


SMITHTOWN 2027 STRATEGIC PLAN

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SMITHTOWN 2027 STRATEGIC PLAN

We are very proud to present the Smithtown 2027 Strategic Plan to the school community. For the past 20 months, two Stakeholder Planning Teams consisting of students, parents, community members, and District staff have worked to identify the goals that will guide the district for the next five years. The initiative began with the development and administration of a survey to gather the thoughts and opinions of the entire Smithtown school community. We were very pleased and thankful that well over 4,000 people took the time to complete the survey. The results of these surveys served as the baseline for developing the strategic plan and the district’s revised mission, vision, beliefs, and goals moving forward.
The five strategic goals guiding us into the future are:
• Academic Achievement and Growth for Each Student
Our students are provided high-quality instruction and support to ensure the academic growth of each student and prepare them to succeed in their chosen path beyond high school.
• Student Belonging and Well-being
Our students are provided a safe and supportive environment and demonstrate skills and attributes to cope with life challenges and achieve personal well-being.
• Positive Working Environment and Staff Engagement
Our staff feel valued, are fully invested in students’ success, and feel that they receive the support they need to be highly effective employees.
• Stakeholder Involvement and Community Collaboration
Our families and community members are valued and collaborative partners in promoting student success.
• District and School Effectiveness and Efficiency
Our resources are maximized to achieve our strategic goals and provide efficient and cost-effective operations, systems, and services.

More information on strategies and actions to achieve these goals, as well as how we will measure success, can be found in the full strategic plan. You can access the 2022-2027 Smithtown Central School District Strategic Plan HERE.

Date Added: 10/11/2022


THEY MADE "CHANGE!"

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MAKING A CHANGE AT ACCOMPSETT
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MAKING A CHANGE AT ACCOMPSETT
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MAKING A CHANGE AT ACCOMPSETT
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MAKING A CHANGE AT ACCOMPSETT

Great news!
Students at Accompsett Elementary helped raise a total of $1,522.58 last Friday to make a "change" in the fight against childhood cancer!

Amazing job Principal Hellmuth , faculty and students!!

Date Added: 9/18/2022

SMITHTOWN SCHOOLS RAISING AWARENESS FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER

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Raising awareness for childhood cancer
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Raising awareness for childhood cancer
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Raising awareness for childhood cancer
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Raising awareness for childhood cancer

Smithtown schools are all participating in Childhood Cancer Awareness month today. Since childhood cancer is represented by the color gold, students and faculty are wearing gold on their shoes, their clothes and even their hair to show support!
Some schools, like Accompsett Elementary have a bucket to donate any money to help “change cancer.”

Tonight, everyone is encouraged to wear gold to the Smithtown High School West/East football game!

Date Added: 9/16/2022