GIVING BACK TO THOSE IN NEED

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Giving Back To Those In Need
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Giving Back To Those In Need
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Giving Back To Those In Need

High School East FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) paired up with FCS (Family and Consumer Sciences) Clothing Construction students so they could give back this Thanksgiving.
The Clothing Construction students made makeup bags and FCCLA students filled them with feminine products, nail files, lip balm, and pens.
These items were greatly needed by the woman residents in the Bethany House homes. These homes provide emergency shelter for woman and children and help them transition into permanent housing and to become self-sufficient.

In all the students made 18 bags for the residents and they were delivered to them in time for Thanksgiving.

Thank you to advisors Connie Smith and Jaclyn Grebosz.

Date Added: 11/29/2022

Historical Research at Mt. Pleasant Elementary

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Fourth grade research!
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Fourth grade research!
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Fourth grade research!
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Fourth grade research!
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Fourth grade research!
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Fourth grade research!

Mount Pleasant fourth graders began researching historical Hispanic figures in the library with Ms. Lutz. Students used the PebbleGo database to conduct their research in small groups. They will complete this project by creating posters in the classroom with Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Crespo!

Date Added: 11/29/2022


THE BULLETIN IS OUT!

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November Bulletin

Read all about it! Our latest monthly Bull-etin is here! Within this bulletin we will be highlighting numerous district initiatives, achievements and events.

From the swim team's historic championship win to Science Honor Societies and our amazing theatre productions, we've got you covered!

Click here to read

 

Free Behavioral Health Center Workshops

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Free Workshops

The Commack Behavioral Health Center is offering free virtual workshops in December.
There will be a workshop on Tuesday, December 6, and Thursday, December 22, 2002, at 12:30 PM to learn about stress and coping skills. The workshop will provide information on recognizing signs of stress, supporting healthy coping skills, learning skills to coach your child, and to promote resilience within the family. If you are interested in attending, see the attached PDF.

The Commack Behavioral Health Center is also offering a free virtual six week school avoidance workshop for parents in December from 12:00-12:45 beginning on December 6. The workshop will provide information on school avoidance, the impact of school avoidance, how to decrease school avoidance and where families can find additional resources. If you are interested in attending, see the attached PDF.

Date Added: 11/28/2022


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ART EXHIBIT COMING!

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Art Exhibit Coming On Dec. 4th
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Art Exhibit Coming On Dec. 4th

Beginning December 4th, community artwork from High School East students will be displayed at the St. James Community Cultural Arts Center.
Opening reception is December 4th with the reception for High School East students beginning at 11am.

The St James Community Cultural Arts Center is located at 176 2nd street in St. James.

Date Added: 11/26/2022