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Smithtown Elementary Moving Up Ceremony 2018

A Colorful Display of Elements

A Colorful Display of Elements photo

Fifth-grade students at Smithtown Elementary School concluded their unit on physical science by creating the Periodic Table of Elements across the sidewalks of Smithtown Elementary. Students, teachers and visitors to the building were greeted with this bright display. Each element includes its unique symbol, atomic number and a small sketch to represent how the element is used in the real world.

 

Smithtown Elementary Gr 5 Awards Ceremony

Smithtown Elementary Grade 5 Video

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Genius Hour

Student in Janis Frankle’s class at Smithtown Elementary recently had a Genius Hour Week. Students taught their own lessons, created Google slide presentations, docs, and quizzes about subjects they were passionate about. Genius Hour is a movement that allows students to explore their own passions and encourages creativity in the classroom. It provides students a choice in what they learn during a set period of time during school. Genius Hour is a time given during the school day to allow students to follow their passions and learn about topics that interest them.

Smithtown Elementary - Grade 4 Recorder Concert

Smithtown Elementary Picnic

Flag Day at Smithtown Elementary

Yoga Offers Mind-Body Connection

Yoga Offers Mind-Body Connection photo
During the first week of May, students at Smithtown Elementary School participated in yoga classes during their physical education periods. Thanks to the school’s arts and education committee, Yoganomics in Medford provided students with a physical outlet to practice mindfulness. The instructors taught students in all grades to focus on their breathing, connect with their body and master challenging poses that some thought would be impossible. Using strength, balance, and focus, students were able to take their yoga practice to the next level.  

Honoring Retirees

Honoring Retirees photo
At the May 22 board of education meeting, district honored its dedicated faculty and staff who will be retiring at the end of the 2017-18 school year. Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Grossane announced the names of each retiree before presenting those in attendance with Certificates of Recognition on behalf of the board of education, honoring their years of service to the district’s students. A brief reception was also held at district offices prior to the board meeting to celebrate the retirees.

The district congratulates the following retirees: 
Elizabeth Braunreuther 
Debra Canning
Georgianna Colino
Paul Cornwell
Barbara Delach
Helene Suarez Doheny 
Kim Emery
Ingrid Hrvatin
Jane Jordan
Hester Kanakaris
Elaine Kruk
Rosanne Lazarus
Amy Mannarino
James Markey
Vincent Mazza
Diane McGuire
Claire Heatley Mueller
Jeffrey Netter
Joan Pisano
Louise Prescott
Debra Pymm 
Gregory Rivera Jr.
Ann Marie Scholz
Alice Serio 
Dolores Seyffert
Ellen Smith
Linda Stackow
William Stockman
Laurie Sweeney
Antonio Tardio
Margaret Wilkey
Debra Zaleski

Smithtown Elementary - Kindergarten Circus Performances

Elementary Student-Musicians Shine

Elementary Student-Musicians Shine photo

On May 11 and 12, 208 fifth-grade student-musicians from throughout the district came together to participate in the Elementary Music Festival at High School West. The music departments in each of the district’s elementary schools worked collaboratively to prepare for this enrichment program’s concert.

Young Illustrators Learn via Hands-On Lesson

Young Illustrators Learn via Hands-On Lesson photo
Young Illustrators Learn via Hands-On Lesson photo 2
In early May, first-graders at Smithtown Elementary School enjoyed a visit from author and illustrator Kathleen Bart. Bart shared her book, “A Tale of Two Teddies,” and taught the students the origins of the first two teddy bears. The first-graders enjoyed learning how to draw their own teddy bear.
 

High School Heroes

Smithtown Elementary welcomed High School Heroes to work with Kindergarteners and second graders

SEL Field Day 2018