Fifth grade students at Mills Pond Elementary stood with pride as their long-awaited moving-up ceremony took place Wednesday morning.
Principal Ireen Westrack and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Assessment Paul Strader were on stage to greet the students one by one as their names were announced.
Also in attendance was 2015 graduate and current Smithtown High School East senior Aman Mistry. Aman will be an honored speaker at Thursday's High School East graduation ceremony.
Congratulations to all!
Date Added: 6/22/2022
What a performance by Mills Pond Elementary School kindergarten students on Friday.
The students put on a fabulous circus for family and faculty! There were strong people, lions, jugglers, horses, trapeze artists, tightrope walkers, and even popcorn vendors!
Date Added: 6/10/2022
Oysters, mussels, snails, oh my!
Marine Biologists from the Cornell Cooperative Extension visited Mills Pond Elementary School on Thursday as part of their Seashore Safari program.
The instructors showcased oysters, mussels, clams, snails, horseshoe crabs, sea stars and more!
The lesson was to introduce students to local sea creatures which are native to Long Island and friendly to meet!
Date Added: 6/9/2022
Third graders at Mills Pond Elementary got a very cool chance to explore marine ecosystems today courtesy of the Cornell Cooperative Extension
The researchers spoke about water quality and introduced students to marine sciences and marine life on Long Island.
They also brought in a sea star for the students to touch.
The CCE program's mission is to protect our waters, providing a clean environment for our fish, fowl, and plants.
Date Added: 6/2/2022
The Mills Pond Elementary School fourth grade Cares Club has been nominated for The Spring Challenge award!
The students recently raised more than $3,000 to help the Medical Mission hospital in El Salvador.
There will be three winners of The Spring Challenge. First Place receives a $3,000 scholarship or grant. Second Place receives a $1,500 scholarship or grant. Third Place receives a $500 scholarship or grant.
VOTE HERE: THE SPRING CHALLENGE