Principal - Mr. Ierano: (631) 382-4355
Main Office: (631) 382-4355
Fax Number: (631) 382-4356
Health Office: (631) 382-4360
Psychologist: (631) 382-4371
Social Worker: (631) 382-4363
Speech: (631) 382-4377 & 4376
School Hours: 9:30 am - 3:35 pm.
The path to our dreams begins with the partnership between our school
and families working collaboratively to ensure a safe and caring
environment. Varied educational experiences at Mt. Pleasant Elementary
school offer students the tools necessary to embrace diversity, become
independent lifelong learners, and compassionate global citizens.
Mrs. Chester’s and Ms. Gabriel’s second graders at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School wrote stories about their favorite holiday traditions and how they prepare for the holidays with their families. They used “sparkly” language and practiced writing events in sequence.
As part of the second grade math curriculum, students at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School created place value snowmen on Dec. 8. The activity reinforced students’ math knowledge by showing values in different forms such as number, word, expanded, models, and 1 more/less, 10 more/less, and 100 more/less.
During a recent Project Lead the Way lesson, kindergarten students at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School learned about structure and function in science. Each student designed and built his/her own strong and sturdy house for the characters in the “Three Little Pigs” story. They all watched to see if their homes held up when the Big, Bad Wolf tried to blow them down.
In preparation for Thanksgiving, the first graders in Mrs. O’Connor and Mrs. Brunet’s class at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School used their math skills to craft turkeys on Nov. 20. Using a spinner, the students landed on a number between 0-9 and had to color that number of dots on a turkey feather. They then had to use a different color to fill in the remaining dots to equal the number 10. After all the feathers were colored, the students showed off their colorful turkey creations.
During the week leading up to Thanksgiving, the students in the district were hard at work to disguise their turkeys and save them from becoming dinner. At Mt. Pleasant Elementary School and Smithtown Elementary School, the students created paper turkeys. They took their turkeys home and worked with their families to disguise the turkey so the farmer wouldn’t catch them for Thanksgiving dinner. The students came up with creative ways to hide their turkeys this season. The students also sang Thanksgiving songs in class, learned about the holiday and talked about what they are thankful for this year.
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