AMS Main660 Meadow Road, Smithtown, NY 11787


Main Office: (631) 382-2300
Principal - Mr. McNeil: (631) 382-2305
Assistant Principal - Mr. Hellmuth:(631) 382-2305
Health Office: (631) 382-2320
Counseling Center: (631) 382-2310

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Accompsett Middle School actively promotes achievement, manners, and spirit by providing a safe and supportive learning environment which nurtures each student’s academic, social, emotional, and physical development while challenging them to reach their full  potential. Achievement  – we will reach our academic goals Manners – we will model polite behavior Spirit – we will demonstrate commitment to our school at Accompsett Middle School, the faculty, staff, administrators, and parents collaborate to provide a learning community which meets the needs of young adolescents.


Next Fall, any 7th or 8th grade students interested in going out for Cheerleading, Kickline, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Soccer, or Girls Tennis, must have the required sports paperwork into the Health Office at AMS or Athletics Office at NYA by August 19th. Health Screening/ Medical Update forms must be dated after August 5th.


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AMS Math Student Places First in Nation

AMS Math Student Places First in Nation photo
David Rubin, an eighth grader at Accompsett Middle School, was recently awarded first place in the nation and first place in New York State in the Math Kangaroo competition, facilitated by the Roslyn Academic Programs Center. Around 30,000 students participate in the U.S., along with more than six million participants worldwide. The competition is a multiple choice test to be solved within 75 minutes. There are 12 levels of participation, corresponding to school grade levels. The objective is to encourage children and teenagers to master mathematical skills. 

Accompsett’s Community Service Club Lends a Hand

The Community Service Club at Accompsett Middle School is hard at work with the members of the community to help raise awareness for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. 

The club, along with the owners of Ralph’s Ices in Smithtown, recently hosted a fundraiser to help support a local father who is nominated for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year award. Asaf German, the father of a sixth grade student at Accompsett Middle School, is a nominee for this campaign. He is passionate about his efforts to raise awareness and fundraise for those afflicted with blood cancer.

The Accompsett Middle School club raised $476 to be donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year campaign is a 10-week philanthropic competition for leaders in local communities across the United States. Candidates and their teammates raise funds for LLS in honor of local blood cancer survivors. The candidate team that raises the most funds during the competition is awarded Man or Woman of the Year. 

AMS Shows Its Love

AMS Shows Its Love photo
Accompsett Middle School is proudly showing off the fact that the school is “No Place for Hate” for the third consecutive year. The school received Gold Star status by the Anti-Defamation League’s No Place for Hate program. To receive this designation, schools must pledge to sign a resolution of respect and implement three anti-bias or bullying prevention activities. The banner, which will hang in the school’s hallways, is shown off by members of the school’s No Place for Hate club. 

Smithtown Celebrates Tenured Teachers

Smithtown Celebrates Tenured Teachers photo
The Smithtown Central School District’s Board of Education honored its dedicated teachers and administrators who are receiving tenure at a reception prior to the board meeting. 

During the meeting, Smithtown Central School District’s Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Grossane announced the names of each tenured individual to be recognized on behalf of the board of education. 

The district congratulates the following tenured teachers/administrators: 

Kristen Andriaccio, director of professional learning and student intervention services
Jessica Brunet, special education teacher, High School West
Caitlyn Campbell, special education teacher, Great Hollow Middle School
Stephen Costello Jr., business teacher, High School East
Anne D’Addario, family and consumer science teacher, Great Hollow Middle School
Katie DiGregorio, English as a second language, High School West
Amanda LaComb, science teacher, High School East
Kathleen Lamitola, special education teacher, St. James Elementary School 
Jaclyn Lazio, special education teacher, Great Hollow Middle School 
Melissa May, math teacher, Accompsett Middle School/ High School West
Stephanie Mueller, guidance/school counselor, Nesaquake Middle School 
Danielle Nacarlo, psychologist, High School West
Brian Pelosi, special education teacher, Accompsett Elementary School 
Taramatie Putnam, music teacher, Great Hollow Middle School
Nancy Torzullo, teacher assistant, St. James Elementary School 
Cristina Westhoff, English teacher, Accompsett Middle School/ High School East