Dogwood Pic 150 Dogwood Drive, Smithtown, NY 11787

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Inspiring Artwork

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Art teacher Mrs. Potter worked with Dogwood students to combine creativity and literature to create a beautiful piece of art that will encourage students for years to come to be true to themselves.

Smithtown Schools Join Forces in Fight Against Hunger

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On Oct. 27, students from Great Hollow Middle School and Dogwood Elementary School joined forces to help fight hunger. Members of the schools’ Peanut Butter Gang community service clubs visited Hospitality, Too soup kitchen in Brentwood. They made peanut butter sandwiches for distribution at various locations on Long Island and in New York City, and also helped serve a hot lunch to soup kitchen guests. In addition, the students distributed Halloween costumes that were collected at drives held in both buildings.

LISFA Honors

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The Long Island String Festival Association selects the top string players from all across Suffolk County to participate in a weekend Orchestra festival. Congratulations to Dogwood students Brian Cullari (viola), Nicholas Puccio (cello) and Carinne Maher (violin) for being nominated. Ms. Maher was accepted into this prestigious ensemble on the violin. She will work with other top string players from Melville to Montauk. Students will get together for a weekend in January filled with intensive rehearsals culminating in a concert Sunday afternoon featuring works by Robert W. Smith, Caponegro, Susan Day and Carl Strommen.

Dogwood Students Get Schooled on Safety

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In an effort to educate kindergartners on seatbelt and helmet safety and ease their fears of doctors and hospitals, Dogwood Elementary School held a teddy bear clinic hosted by Stony Brook University Children’s Hospital. The students, who brought in their own stuffed animals from home, had the opportunity to perform first aid techniques and play the role of doctor/caregiver.