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The magic of Broadway came alive at Mills Pond Elementary School as the fifth grade classes presented their “Broadway Bonanza.” Featuring music from “Annie,” “The Greatest Showman” and “The Lion King” the students wowed their classmates and invited guests during their performances with their song and dance numbers. Click Here to View
Students in Amy Olander’s science class at Accompsett Middle School are learning all about the plant cycle and how to grow plants hydroponically. The classes are using an aquaponics system to show how the eco-cycle works. The tank, which is housed in the back of the classroom, uses hydroponics for plants while the whole nitrogen cycle keeps the fish and plants healthy. The waste/bacteria from the fish breaks down and turns into fertilizer to feed the plants. The class plans to use the... Click Here to View
Students in Joseph Sagarese’s journalism and media literacy class at High School East are learning all the basic roles of journalists during their class time. Each student has the opportunity to write, edit and layout articles for the school’s quarterly newspaper “The Matador.”
Students have the opportunity to pitch articles that interest them and are responsible for generating a minimum of four stories per quarter plus website content. After articles are submitted,... Click Here to View
Students from Wendy Herman’s fourth grade class at Smithtown Elementary School recently read the book “A Fish in a Tree.” The book’s main character feels out of place and doesn’t feel good enough in school because of her learning differences and dyslexia. The students visited the computer lab to create a 3D art project that illustrates what a fish in a tree might look like. After transferring their creations to Publisher, they wrote literature and self-connections... Click Here to View
Seventh grade science students at Great Hollow Middle School got hands-on during a dissection lab. Prior to the frog dissection, the students learned about the internal and external structures of the frog. Working in pairs, the students dissected the frogs, carefully noting and identifying the different parts and organs. Click Here to View
The fifth graders at St. James Elementary School held a wax museum for their classmates and families. After researching a historical figure of their choice, the students dressed the role and became part of the living museum. They portrayed famous historical people, sports stars and entertainment legends. When someone “buzzed” them, the figures came to life and were able to animate themselves and give a biographical history of their character.
The robotics teams from Smithtown’s three middle schools recently competed in a regional qualifier at William Floyd High School. The teams were to design, build, test a working robot to perform a variety of tasks while also researching a solution to a chosen problem regarding living in a city and the logistics of keeping a city running as well as the issues that may come with it.
Great Hollow Middle School’s teams (the Electronic Brick Breakers and the Electronic Bulls) worked together showing amazing teamwork and cooperation while their robots scored more than 100 points each. After the successful day, an Alliance round is made where a team is randomly paired with another team at the competition so they can work together and score as many points as possible with their robots. The Electronic Brick Breakers worked together with their paired team well enough to score first place in the Alliance Round, taking home a trophy that interlocks with the other team.
Nesquake Middle School’s Quake robotics team received the robot award for mechanical design. This award recognizes a team that designs and develops a mechanically sound robot that is durable, efficient and highly capable of performing challenge missions. The Quakebotz team received the robot design award for strategy and innovation. This award recognizes a team that uses solid engineering practices and a well-developed strategy to design and build an innovative, high performing robot.
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