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Main Office:  (631) 382-4155

Health Office:  (631) 382-4160
Principal - Arlene Wild:  (631) 382-4155

Re-Opening of Schools Plan

 

 

 

Orientation video

AEL Graduation video

Message to incoming Kindergarten families

 

 

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

 

Accompsett Artists Get Creative

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The fourth grade students-artists in Mr. Springer’s class at Accompsett Elementary School are learning all about colors, how to blend colors, monochromatic colors and using white to blend and create a light source. The students learned how light influences the appearance of color as well as natural shading. The lesson also taught students how the application of colors can create the illusion of dimension.

Studying the Food Chain Virtually

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The fourth grade students at Accompsett Elementary School participated in a virtual learning experience thanks to a remote lesson with SCOPE educator John Shiels. The food web program, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association’s Cultural Arts program, taught students about the food chain using real life pond samples that contained plankton. While the lessons went virtual this year, the students still had the opportunity to observe a microscopic ecosystem of a water droplet and identify plankton and other organisms found in the water.