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The USDA has extended the free breakfast and free lunch offerings for all school districts participating in the National School Lunch Program through June 2022. Therefore, all students remain eligible for breakfast and lunch at no cost for the entire 2021-2022 school year. Please note that a' la carte items are not considered "meals" and do not qualify as free, but are still available for purchase. THESE ITEMS INCLUDE INDIVIDUAL CARTONS OF MILK, INDIVIDUAL JUICE, BEVERAGES, SNACKS, INDIVIDUAL FRUIT. For additional information, please contact Child Nutrition at 631-382-5000.

 

Mills Pond Fifth Graders Writer Letters to Service Members, Local Seniors

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Mills Pond Elementary School fifth graders spread holiday cheer as part of their Civic Centers exercise on Monday afternoon.

While rotating to different stations, the students wrote letters to soldiers to express gratitude for their service, wrote cards to local seniors, and designed snowflakes that will decorate a local senior center where the students will carol on Tuesday.

HS East Club Members Return to Roots to Teach Lessons at Mills Pond Elementary

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Morgan Wind teaches students at her elementary school alma mater.
High School East senior Morgan Wind and other members of the school’s Spreading Inspiration Through Education club returned to their roots on Thursday afternoon.
Members of the club, about half of whom are Mills Pond alums, arrived at the elementary school to visit classes and teach lessons.
Mills Pond teachers provided the topics ahead of time. And the SITE club members arrived with worksheets and lessons they had prepared for their assigned classes.
In Wind’s case, she teamed with a pair of other SITE club members to visit Kristin Quail and Melissa Zbytniewski’s fourth-grade class.
The High School East trio taught lessons in multiplication, kinetic and potential energy, and the branches of government.
The club visits Mills Pond elementary biweekly.
“I like getting to spend time with the children and teach them things,” Wind said.

Smithtown CSD Students Offer Appreciation to Police at Thanksgiving

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Smithtown Central School District elementary school students sent a very special thank you to local heroes in advance of Thanksgiving.

The Smithtown Teachers’ Association organized a card-writing campaign to thank Suffolk County police officers from the local 4th Precinct.

The messages included students completing the sentence, “I am thankful for the police because …”

• The police make me feel safe.

• They help us get home if we are ever lost.

• They put their life on the line to help others.

• They help people that need help.