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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: 9:20 am - 3:25 pm.


Principal's Welcome Letter - August 2018

2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration Information - Click Here

MTP Year At A Glance 2018-19

Walker Release Letter and Form


Mission Statement

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.


Project lead the way

Ms. Gabriel’s second graders are learning about color and texture in our PLTW lesson - Properties of Matter. Look at their creative work, great job!

Writers Warm Up for Winter

Ms. Brunet's first grade class at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School is warming up for winter by using descriptive writing. They spent the morning getting creative and sharing their favorite winter activity.

Mt. Pleasant Rings in 2019

Mt. Pleasant Rings in 2019 photo

To ring in 2019, students at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School held a New Year’s celebration on Jan 4. Sponsored by the school’s Parent-Teacher Association, the students rang in the new year during their lunch periods. Dressed in their best attire, the festivities included a countdown video of the Times Square ball drop along with plenty of snacks and photos.

Author Visit Offers Look at Nature

Author Visit Offers Look at Nature photo
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Author Brian Heinz visited third-graders at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School on Jan. 8. Mr. Heinz’s interests in science and nature carry into his writing. Most of his books are about wild animals, endangered species and their fascinating abilities to survive in harsh environments.

Leading the Way at Mt. Pleasant

Mrs. Williams first-graders at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School are learning about desert habitats to prepare for their Project Lead the Way project on animal adaptations.

Holiday Traditions

Mr. Jackowski's fourth grade class wrote about their holiday traditions. They shared special moments about what they felt was important to them and their families.

Creative Writing

Students in Mrs. Waitz’s fifth-grade class at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School got creative using their five senses to incorporate figurative language, such as metaphors, into a winter writing piece.

Young Writers Share Holiday Traditions

In Tracy Rasmussen’s second-grade class at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School in the Smithtown Central School District, students are writing about small moments that make the holidays so special to them. Whether it’s spending time with family, decorating the house or baking cookies with grandma, every detail is described by these young writers.  

Mt. Pleasant Communities

Ms. Gabriel’s second grade class enjoyed learning about the differences between rural, suburban and urban communities.

Family History Day at MTP

Third grade students worked hard researching and writing about something special from their families past. Today, they put their reports on display and were excited to share them with their relatives.

Writing for the Holidays

Mrs. Chester’s second grade class did an amazing job writing their sequencing Holiday Traditions stories.

Art Class

Students are always smiling in Mrs. Lindbom's art class.

Getting Creative with ‘Biscuit’ Author

Getting Creative with ‘Biscuit’ Author photo
Stephanie Brunet’s first graders at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School had a special guest when author Alyssa Capucilli, who wrote the “Biscuit” series of books, visited their class on Nov. 28. Capucilli discussed what inspired her writing and the importance of illustrations in her books. The student-authors learned creative way to write and illustrate their own stories.

Hanukkah fun in Mrs. Schneck’s 3rd class

Mt. Pleasant Students Take Second in Poster Contest

Mt. Pleasant Students Take Second in Poster Contest photo
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As part of their fifth-grade health project, students at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School recently created posters for the Suffolk County Legislator’s poster contest on the dangers of vaping and e-cigarettes. One group of students – Alyssa Lorefice, Taylor Marsh and Maribella Marciano – was honored with a second-place win for their poster “Don’t Get Hooked on Liquid Nicotine.” They were honored with proclamations at the Suffolk County Legislator’s office on Nov. 20. The students are pictured with their teacher Amy Metz, physical education teacher Thomas Cameron and Principal Joseph Ierano.