TEL Pic99 Midwood Avenue, Nesconset, NY 11767

 

Main Office: (631) 382-2670
Health Office: (631) 382-2680
Principal - Dr. Leeds (631) 382-2670
Fax: (631) 382-2676


  


 

 

SCOPE Science Enrichment

 

Baby Sitter Stop Request Form

 

Dismissal request form

 

2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration Information - Click Here

 

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

 

  

 


 

Tackan Student ‘Stands’ Up to Childhood Cancer

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At the Sept. 10 board of education meeting, the district recognized 7-year-old Dominick Chiuchiolo, a student at Tackan Elementary School, for his fundraising efforts. Setting up his own lemonade stand at the St. James Farmer’s Market, Chiuchiolo raised $11,700 to support childhood cancer research in just one week. After finding out his mother is a childhood cancer survivor, Chiuchiolo set his initial goal to raise $8,000 in one month but far surpassed his expectations thanks to the support of his friends, family and local community. He is pictured with board of education trustees Mandi Kowalik and Jerry Martusciello and Tackan Elementary Principal Dr. Allyn Leeds. 

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…