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Parent Study Group (Parenting skills program)
Starting this Thursday, March 23rd - FREE of charge. Register ASAP.
Provided at the Town of Smithtown Horizons Center/Youth Bureau
161 E. Main Street, Smithtown
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Encouraging Responsibility & Cooperation in the Family
Changing Behavior by Changing Parent Response
Replacing Power Struggles & Conflict with a More Democratic Family Environment
How Consequences Replace Punishment
Click here to view the Parent Study Group flyer
PLEASE feel free pass this information on to any parents who may be interested in participating.
Contact Karen Aldrich email@example.com - 631-360-7595 for further information and/or registration.
Fourth-graders at St. James Elementary School learned that they can turn any object into art, during a recycled art project on March 6. Local artist-in-residence Joyce Raimondo visited the school to work on a green art project with the students.
During a slideshow presentation, Raimondo spoke to the students about Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder and how they turned throwaway objects into masterpieces. Using 100 percent recycled items, the students were tasked with creating their own robots and using their imagination. Students brought in many different objects from home — ranging from empty boxes to bottle caps and button — and Raimondo also provided them with items to help inspire their creations. As students used the ordinary objects, they created robots that each had their own unique look.
Kindergarten students at St. James Elementary School had a special visit from Joe Guida, aka “The Singing School Bus Driver” on Feb. 27. As part of the Parent-Teacher Association’s Cultural Arts program, the assembly emphasized creativity and movement mixed with plenty of learning fun.
Students sang along to original songs while Guida played the guitar. Bus safety, counting and rhyming songs kept students engaged and they even exercised as they showed off their dancing abilities.
St. James Elementary School kindergartners celebrated 100 days of
learning on Feb. 14 with plenty of activities that centered on the
number 100 including math lesson, art projects and writing assignments.
The marble jar celebrates positive behavior and compliments. If the
class transitions well, walks in the hall nicely, works hard on a
project or receives a compliment, they get marbles on a goldfish bowl.
When the bowl is full the class celebrates with the pajama flashlight
SJE Art Show at Deepwells
SJE PTA Meeting
SJE Pre-Sale Plant Pickup
SJE Plant Sale through 5/11
Elementary Music Festival- Rehearsal 4:45 -7:30 PM @ HSW