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BOE Meeting Update - July 7 Organizational Meeting and Regular Meeting

*** BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING UPDATE ***

The Board of Education Organizational Meeting and Regular Meeting will be held July 7th, 2020
Execution Session at 6:00pm, Public Session at 8:00pm


On July 6, 2020, the Governor of New York extended the waiver of the Open Meetings Law requirement for in-person meetings by means of Executive Order 202.48.  In the interest of protecting the health and safety of the public, the board meeting will be live streamed at https://www.facebook.com/SmithtownSchools/live

The public will not be permitted to attend the meeting in person.

Although there will be no public in-person participation at this meeting, the Board of Education encourages the public to submit any questions or comments using the link below by 6:00pm on July 7, 2020. The Board will do it's best to address these questions and comments during the meeting.

 Public Participation July 7, 2020

Summer Meals Program Information

Please see the attached flyers below for Summer Meals and Food Pantry Information.

Summer Meals Program (English and Spanish)

Summer Food Service Program (English and Spanish)

Food Pantry Information

Immunization Requirements for the 20-21 School Year

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Seniors Still Get Chance to Celebrate

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Although the senior classes at High School East and High School West closed out their end-of-year activities a bit differently this year, they still had plenty of reasons to celebrate this June.

The students from both schools had the opportunity to attend a car parade for their senior countdown. In typical years, the students counted down the last moments in their school while the minutes before the final bell of the school year were displayed on the football scoreboard. This year, the students drove by in their decorated vehicles as faculty and staff waved at the procession of cars. The countdown began at 1:03 p.m., one hour before the last bell sounds.

Gold cord recipients, those who maintained a GPA of 4.0 for four consecutive years, had a chance to receive their gold cord awards package, presented by a member of the administrative team. Later in the week, the seniors attended a car parade to pick up their caps and gowns, yearbooks and celebratory lawn signs.

In His Own Words

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As a way to share information about himself and convey his excitement for joining the Smithtown Team, our next Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Mark Secaur, has prepared a brief introductory video. Please take a few moments to get to know Dr. Secaur, learn about his background and listen as he explains his educational approach.

Click here to access the video.