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Fifth Grade Report Card Letter

Field Day Letter and Maps

 

Tech-Savvy Students Use Teamwork in Robotics

Tech-Savvy Students Use Teamwork in Robotics Photo
Fifth-graders in Jeff Faragasso’s and Brian Pelosi’s classes at Mt. Pleasant Elementary recently completed building their first robots. The students built the robots from scratch and tested them by racing in the class’ Indy 500, Robot Edition. They worked cooperatively in groups of four or five, each taking on a role for the assignment. Some of the responsibilities included gathering and organizing the pieces, identifying the next step on the iPad and assembling the robot.


Field Day Fun

On May 18, Mt. Pleasant Elementary students participated in their annual Field Day. The day kicked off with relay races in the morning, followed by a fun run/walk in the afternoon. Grades K-4 watched the fifth-grade classes battle in a tug-of-war.

 

Robot Racing

Fourth-Grader Submits Winning Essay on Everyday Heroes

Fourth-Grader Submits Winning Essay on Everyday Heroes PHoto
Vincent Hardina, a fourth-grader at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School, submitted one of 11 winning entries in this year’s Smithtown Youth Bureau’s letter writing contest.

Vincent’s letter was chosen among more than 400 submissions to the contest. He wrote a letter to thank local firefighters for the heroic work they do every day to protect the community. Hardina was recognized during the Town of Smithtown’s Global Youth Service Day on April 22, where he had the opportunity to read his letter to honored guests, firefighters, police officers and EMTs. Global Youth Service Day is a worldwide event of activism that empowers youth to take action in their world.

Branch Brook Students Get a Peek at New Schools

Branch Brook Students Get a Peek at New Schools Photo

Students from Branch Brook Elementary School were welcomed with open arms by their new principals, teachers and future classmates at Mt. Pleasant and Tackan elementary schools during their visits on April 21.

In an effort to ease the transition to their new schools next year, students from Branch Brook visited the school they will attend next year when Branch Brook closes its doors. Branch Brook Principal Ireen Westrack was on hand for both building tours.

At Mt. Pleasant Elementary School, Principal Joseph Ierano shared a slideshow presentation of all the fun-filled annual events that happen at the school, giving them a sneak peek of what they can look forward to when they start in September. Mt. Pleasant’s fifth-grade helpers offered tours of the building and Branch Brook students spent some classroom time in their respective grade levels.

At Tackan Elementary School, Principal Dr. Allyn Leeds welcomed the new students for a tour of the building and spent time visiting each classroom. After the tours, students gathered back in the gymnasium for a question and answer session and received a Tackan T-shirt. A parent meeting was held on April 24 in each building to provide an opportunity to meet the staff, tour the building and answer questions.






Harvesting a Garden of Good

Harvesting a Garden of Good Photo

The student council at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School celebrated the start of the spring season by tilling the soil in their community garden. Each grade level at Mt. Pleasant gets an area to grow vegetables, which will then be donated to the Smithtown Emergency Food Pantry. The student council members tend to the garden, harvest the crops and help deliver the vegetables to the food pantry.