Main Office: (631) 382-5105
Health Office: (631) 382-5115
Counseling Center: (631) 382-5130
Principal - Mr. McCabe: (631) 382-5105
Assistant Principal - Mr. Solomon: (631) 382-5120
Counselor - Jennifer Harnett 6th grade: A-H
7th-8th grade: A-G
Counselor - Jennifer McGlone 6th grade: I-MO
7th-8th grade: H-MC
Counselor - Melissa Johnson MP-Z
7th-8th grade: MD-Z
Psychologist - Christian Forie: (631) 382-5137
Social Worker - Frank Grieco: (631) 382-5134
Speech - Bonna Gittleman: (631) 382-5132
The SCSD Secondary Student Remote Support Lab is a virtual after school extra help program open to all middle and high school students in grades 6-12. Both hybrid and remote students are welcome to participate! The program is designed to assist students with understanding course topics, current in-school assignments, homework or whatever else is needed! The middle school program will run every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Click Here for more information and to sign up.
The district has created a video series titled “Day in the Life” to highlight some of the staff members around our district who are going above and beyond. This video features Nesaquake Middle School speech teacher Bonna Gittleman.
More than 250 parents, students and staff members participated in Smithtown Central School District’s virtual Parent University on March 8. Parent University is hosted by the district’s Wellness Committee. The evening, themed “Responding to this Moment,” featured more than a dozen workshops for participants in two different sessions.
Workshops were facilitated by both community members, professionals and staff. Mental health counselor Ron Villano addressed how to manage concerns for students during this time such as anxiety, stress, feeling trapped and mental health, and school performance. Dietitian/nutritionist Colleen McDermott talked about different nutrition components to lead a healthy lifestyle, while registered sleep technologist Brendan Duffy spoke about how to protect and improve sleep.
Smithtown’s administrator for guidance and related student services Kevin Colon provided strategies for effective communication between parents and teenagers. Nesaquake Middle School reading teacher Julianne DeSilva spoke about how to encourage reading at home with ideas for how parents can engage with reading with their children and model good reading habits.
Dr. Beth Forhman’s workshop offered evidence-based suggestions to foster family and children’s resiliency during this challenging time. Dr. Marissa Abram also spoke about the impact of mental health during the pandemic and how to create self-care plan. Psychologist and therapist Craig O’Brien addressed biological stress reactions and strategies for managing anxieties.