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TEL Pic99 Midwood Avenue, Nesconset, NY 11767


Main Office: (631) 382-2670
Health Office: (631) 382-2680
Principal - Mr. Matthew Furey (631) 382-2670
Fax: (631) 382-2676




Dismissal Request Form


Welcome Back Letter 20-21


Baby Sitter Stop Form


Smithtown Elementary Schools: A Safe, Smart Start to the School Year Guide




A Message from the New Principal

Fifth Grade Graduation Video


Kindergarten Orientation Videos

Kindergarten Orientation

Welcome to Kindergarten!


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





Monster Writers at Tackan

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Fifth graders in Mrs. Spata’s class at Tackan Elementary School practiced their powerful writing skills by describing a monster that they created. The students wrote stories about a monster and the monster’s features using many descriptive details. Principal Matt Furey then joined the class to draw those monster creations just by reading the descriptive words.

Red Ribbon Week

Halloween Celebrations

A Day in the Life

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The district has created a video series titled “Day in the Life” to highlight some of the staff members around our district who are going above and beyond. This video features Pat Randazzo, nurse at Tackan Elementary.

Tackan’s Magical Pumpkin Patch

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The kindergarten students at Tackan Elementary School were in for quite a surprise when they went outside their classrooms this October. Teachers told the classes a story of how they met a witch on their way to school who gave them magic pumpkin seeds. At the start of the week, the kindergartners took the magic pumpkin seeds and sprinkled them outside their classroom. To their surprise, when they came into school the next day, a pumpkin patch sprouted overnight. Each student took home their own pumpkin. Along with the pumpkin picking, the students studied the lifecycle and different parts of the pumpkin.