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The District-Wide School Safety Plan provides for the safety, health and security of both students and staff and is part of a comprehensive planning effort that addresses risk reduction and prevention, response and recovery with respect to a variety of emergencies that may occur at the District. The District-Wide School Safety Plan is required by law to be made available for public comment prior to its adoption. The District encourages the public to review the District-Wide School Safety Plan.
You can review the proposed District-Wide School Safety Plan Here. If you have any questions or feedback on the District-Wide School Safety Plan ,please submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 14, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. In addition, the Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing at the Joseph M. Barton Building, 26 New York Avenue, Smithtown, New York on August 30, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. regarding the District-Wide School Safety Plan. During the public hearing, school personnel, parents, students and any other interested parties will be given the opportunity to participate and be heard.
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The Friends of Music of Smithtown conducted yet another fantastic Summer music program!
More than 80 students from grades 4-8 attended, three days a week for four weeks.
Mr. Terrett, Mr. Sammarco and Mr. Dazzo worked with these young students on the fundamentals of playing an instrument. Fundamentals such as posture, breathing, how to hold the instrument, producing sound, reading musical notation, etc., were the focus.
The more experienced students continued with more advanced concepts. ... Click Here to View
Family and friends of beloved former Smithtown social studies teacher Greg Sill recently raised nearly $60,000 at the first annual Greg W. Sill Foundation golf outing.
Held at the Wind Watch Golf and Country Club, the day was made possible by the dedication and support of the volunteer golf outing committee, many of which are teachers in the district. With 108 players and just under 200 diners, folks enjoyed a sunny day together sharing stories and good times of the type of person Greg was.... Click Here to View
Congratulations to seniors Anthony Spiezio (HSE), George Donohue (HSE) and Michael Teplansky (HSW) on completing this Summer's NYS American Legions Boys State Program.
The students learned about government process as well as military protocol such as room inspections, no phones (!!) and marching in formation.
For the government side, elections were held for various positions. High School East senior Anthony Spiezio was elected to be state assemblyman and High School West senior Michael... Click Here to View
For the first time in Smithtown history, a little league team won the state title!
This past weekend our St. James-Smithtown Little League Softball team from the 11 and under age group competed and won the Little League NY State Championship in Rochester.
The team beat New City Little League to win the title.
Of the 12 girls on the team, 10 attend school in the Smithtown Central School district.
This is the first time any team in Smithtown, baseball or softball, won the little league NY... Click Here to View
Smithtown High School West research students are busy designing and conducting experiments during a four-week long research program at Brentwood High School.
Under the guidance of Dr. Figueiredo, the students have tested the effects of nitrate ion and ammonium ion on algae growth and duckweed growth.
On Friday, Suffolk County officials including Deputy County Executive Scully, his Chief of Staff, and Commissioner of Labor, Rosalie Drago will be joining the students to hear presentations... Click Here to View
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