HSW Pic 1100 Central Road, Smithtown, NY 11787


Main Office: (631) 382-2905
Health Office: (631) 382-2925
Attendance Office: (631) 382-2915
Counseling Center: (631) 382-3020
Principal - Mr. Coady: (631) 382-2905
Assistant Principal - Mr. Elsesser: 
Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC)
(631) 382-2905
Assistant Principal - Dr. Freiberg:
Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC)
(631) 382-2970
Assistant Principal - Mr. Solomon:
Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC)
(631) 382-2940
School Psychologist - Danielle DeMola:
Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC)
School Social Worker - Stephanie McKinney:
Dignity Act Coordinator (DAC)


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BOE Recognizes Longtime Coach

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The Board of Education recognized longtime High School West varsity girls soccer and basketball coach Bill Hamilton during the Sept. 10 meeting. Hamilton, who retired from teaching in the district 12 years ago, served as a coach and mentor for Smithtown students for 42 years. “He has left an indelible positive impact on the students of Smithtown,” said athletic director Patrick Smith. “He has fostered a culture here that has promoted life lessons.” He is pictured with (from left) board of education trustee Matthew Gribbin, Patrick Smith and board of education vice president Michael Saidens. 

Thirty Teachers Welcomed to Smithtown

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Thirty new teachers were welcomed into the Smithtown Central School District during new teacher orientation from Aug. 27-29. To kick off the first-day activities, new teachers were introduced to members of central administration and Smithtown’s board of education. The new hires also met with departmental administrators and learned about some of the district’s technology initiatives. Day two included DASA training and visits to their respective schools to meet with principals and assistant principals. The final day of orientation focused on building relationships, lesson planning, professional development and social emotional learning. 

Sun and Smiles for First Day in Smithtown

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Sept. 4 marked the official start to the 2019-2020 school year for the Smithtown Central School District. Students throughout the district were all smiles as they entered their buildings, reconnecting with friends and settling into their new classrooms and schedules. With backpacks filled with back to school supplies, students returned eager to learn and looking forward to a great year ahead. Browse some of the opening day of school photos here…

West Coach Recognized for Four Decades of Service

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District administrators, board of education members and athletic director Patrick Smith recognized High School West’s former softball coach David Miller for his 40-plus years of coaching in the district on Aug. 20. Mr. Miller was presented with a proclamation from the district. Although he officially retired from his coaching position, the High School West softball field will continue to bear his name. Mr. Miller continues to serve the community as president of the Smithtown Booster Club. From left: Board of Education trustee Matthew Gribbin, Miller, Board of Education trustee Frank James and athletic director Patrick Smith. 

Standout Athletes Acknowledged

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Two incoming senior-athletes from High School West were recognized for their performance both in classroom and in their respective sports by the Board of Education and athletic director at the Aug. 20 meeting. High School West’s Hayley Beutel and Mike Danzi both hold high academic standings in addition to their accomplishments in their sports. Beutel is a three-time All-League, All-County and All-State diver on the combined High School East/West team and currently holds the school’s diving record. Danzi competes in the combines High School East/West track team and was recently named a runner-up in the state championships. From left: Board of Education trustees Mandi Kowalik and Jerry Martusciello with Hayley, Mike and athletic director Patrick Smith. 

Student-Athletes Awarded for Academic Excellence

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Both High School East and High School West have been recognized by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association for the outstanding accomplishments of their student-athletes during the 2018-2019 sports seasons. 

With 31 varsity teams, High School West has been named a School of Distinction. Schools can earn School of Distinction status by having 100 percent of its varsity teams qualify for and receive the Scholar-Athlete team award during their respective sports seasons. 

High School East, which has 30 varsity sports teams, was named a School of Excellence by the NYSPHSAA. To earn the School of Excellence Award, 75 percent of a school’s varsity teams must qualify and receive the Scholar-Athlete team award.

The purpose of the School of Distinction and School of Excellence Awards are to unite varsity coaches in challenging their teams to achieve a statewide honor. This year, 35 schools earned the School of Distinction Award and 135 schools earned the School of Excellence Award.