skip to main content

SEL Logo51 Lawrence Avenue,
Smithtown, NY 11787

 

Main Office: (631) 382-4505
Health Office: (631) 382-4510
Principal - Ms. Lavery: (631) 382-4505

 

 

 

   

Opening Letter to SEL Families

Welcome New Families

2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration Information - Click Here

Parent University Flyer

Ugly Truth Flyer


5th Grade Recess PSA

The SEL Faculty Council is focusing on helping all children feel connected socially. This "PSA" was created by 5th grade students who seek to help younger children understand how to reach out to one another, so that everyone has someone to play with during recess.

Click here to view the PSA

Joining Together in the Fight

Joining Together in the Fight photo
Smithtown Elementary School has come together to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. Every Friday during October, the staff dressed in pink, and bought shirts to wear that contributed to research funding. The school has a display in the hallway honoring those who have been personally affected by this disease. The goal is to raise $500 in donations. 

Smithtown Elementary's Ragamuffin Parade

SEL Big Apple Crunch

Thank You Notes

thank you notes
Students in Wendy Herman’s class at Smithtown Elementary recently wrote letters to local librarians. In the letters, the students introduced themselves as readers and shared favorite genres and authors. After students viewed the library website in class, they added which collections and programs they’d like to see and explore on their next visit.

Cosmic Yoga

Students in Allison Cortes’s class at Smithtown Elementary are practicing cosmic yoga. The students watch a video and listen to a story while doing different yoga poses. Last week’s story was “The Wizard of Oz.”

Making Social and Mathematical Connections

Making Social and Mathematical Connections photo

Fifth-graders in Janis Frankel’s class at Smithtown Elementary School started off the new school year playing engaging games during math class that focused on place value. The objective of the game was to identify place values to create larger numbers. The game was a fun way to review math skills, make new friends and work cooperatively with their classmates.



Think Marks

Third graders in Marcie Krause’s class at Smithtown Elementary are using think marks as they read to keep their brain focused on the text.