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  • Cracking the Code New!
    Accompsett Elementary students are incorporating technology, computer science and coding into their school day using free resources provided by Code.org. By implementing Code Studio into the curriculum, Accompsett students are being prepared as technology continues to expand throughout all aspects of life. “We are preparing students for jobs that may not even exist yet,” Principal Jeanne Kull-Minarik said. “In such a short amount of time, we are seeing students... Read Full Story >

  • Chefs in the Making New!
    Fifth-grade students at St. James Elementary paired with kindergartners for a lesson in cooking a Thanksgiving meal. The kindergarten chefs were “interviewed” by the fifth-graders on the proper steps for cooking a turkey. The two grades then worked together to write out each step and created a booklet to be shared at home. Read Full Story >

  • Treats for Troops New!
    Nesaquake students showed their generosity this November by donating to troops overseas. Eighth-grader Kaitlyn Malone ran a Treats for Troops drive at the school and collected 150 pounds of candy, 55 pounds more than she collected last year. On Veterans Day, Kaitlyn brought the candy to the U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Center in Smithtown. They will send the donations overseas to the men and women currently serving our country. Read Full Story >

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