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Academic goals and social-emotional learning in a small group setting are emphasized in Smithtown Central School District’s six-week Extended School Year Program. This summer, 95 students in grades 1-8 are enrolled in the program housed at Smithtown Elementary for six weeks.
The theme for this year’s program is “Healthy Body, Healthy Mind” and students have been engaged in academic activities that reinforce the theme. Students participated in a friendship picnic and... Click Here to View
The district offers an English as a Language program for its students who are new language learners or just looking to strengthen their fluency during the summer. Students engage in hands-on academic activities and conversation to hone their skills during the summer months. Click Here to View
Throughout July, young musicians from the district looking to enhance their skills have the opportunity to participate in the district’s music program, sponsored by the Smithtown Friends of Music and housed at Accompsett Middle School. Whether they are looking to learn a new instrument or just fine-tune their skills, the program allows for small group or individual lessons for elementary-age student-musicians. Shown here is program director Anthony Dazzo and Friends of Music president... Click Here to View
Twenty students enrolled in the summer life skills program at High School West are spending the school break working on their job skills, academics and even learning how to garden. Outside in the courtyard of the school, students planted and cared for a garden and then enjoyed their bounty of vegetables. They spend the first half of the school day concentrating on academic work and also attend a weekly music therapy session. In the afternoon, older students head to job sites while the younger... Click Here to View
Smithtown Central School District has appointed Christopher Elsesser as the new assistant principal at High School West, effective Aug. 1.
Mr. Elsesser served as assistant principal in Oyster Bay High School for the 2017-2018 school year. Previously, he worked in the Smithtown Central School District since 2008 as a business teacher in both High School East and High School West and a leave replacement secondary assistant principal at Smithtown High School West in the 2016-2017 school... Click Here to View
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2018-2019 Calendar - August and September