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Accompsett Middle School actively promotes achievement, manners, and spirit by providing a safe and supportive learning environment which nurtures each student’s academic, social, emotional, and physical development while challenging them to reach their full potential. Achievement – we will reach our academic goals Manners – we will model polite behavior Spirit – we will demonstrate commitment to our school at Accompsett Middle School, the faculty, staff, administrators, and parents collaborate to provide a learning community which meets the needs of young adolescents.
The USDA has extended the free breakfast and free lunch offerings for all school districts participating in the National School Lunch Program through June 2022. Therefore, all students remain eligible for breakfast and lunch at no cost for the entire 2021-2022 school year. Please note that a' la carte items are not considered "meals" and do not qualify as free, but are still available for purchase. THESE ITEMS INCLUDE INDIVIDUAL CARTONS OF MILK, INDIVIDUAL JUICE, BEVERAGES, SNACKS, INDIVIDUAL FRUIT. For additional information, please contact Child Nutrition at 631-382-5000.
“Standing here today are the next generation of Smithtown leaders.”
Those were the words of Assistant Superintendent for Personnel, Neil Katz today at the Accompsett Middle School eighth grade moving up ceremony.
Taking place at Smithtown High School West, Accompsett Middle School principal Paul McNeil told the students that “starting September change your high school for the better, like you did at Accompsett.”
Congratulations to the 180 graduates!
Date Added: 6/23/2022
The Smithtown Central School District has named its 2022 Torch Award recipients!
The Torch Award is presented to Smithtown teachers who have significantly contributed to the growth and professional development of their teacher colleagues.
The teachers gathered Monday at St. James Elementary School for an awards presentation and Superintendent Dr. Mark Secaur lauded them for their achievements.
The 2022 Torch Award recipients are:
Clara Antunes (HSE), Eileen Creutz (Takan Elementary), Steve Jenkins (Smithtown Elementary), Jennifer Keller (HSW), Amanda Kinnear (HSW & HSE), Catherine Masrour (HSW), Donna McGoldrick (Great Hollow Middle), Lesley McGovern (Great Hollow Middle), Scott Miller (Accompsett Elementary), Tim Needles (HSW), Katherine Neumair (HSW & Accompsett), Donna Janouskovec Renahan (Saint James Elementary), Jeannine Roberts (Great Hollow Middle), Susan Ryan (Accompsett Middle School) and Jennifer Solomon (Smithtown Elementary)
Congrats to all and thank you!
Date Added: 6/13/2022
Project Lead The Way has recognized all of Smithtown Central School District’s elementary and middle schools as 2021-22 PLTW Distinguished Schools!
For the fourth consecutive year, all seven of our elementary schools have been designated as Distinguished Launch Schools based on our PLTW Launch program in the 2019-2020 school year. The Smithtown Central School District elementary schools represent seven of only 11 in New York to be recognized. Across the United States only 374 schools have received this distinction for 2020-2021.
For the third consecutive year, all three of our middle schools have been designated as Distinguished Gateway Schools based on our Gateway program in the 2019-2020 school year. Our middle schools represent three of only four in New York to be recognized. Across the entire United States only 158 schools have received this distinction for 2020-2021.
Smithtown School District superintendent Mark Secaur says, "I’m very proud to hear that all 10 of our Elementary & Middle Schools were named Distinguished Schools by Project Lead the Way! Allowing ALL students access to engage in this program paved the way for this great honor!”
Date Added: 5/23/2022
Officer Mark Sacco of the SCPD brought his K9 Bosco with him today along with Bosco's friends Rafeh and Doc to Accompsett Middle School.
Bosco showed off his hunting skills searching for items the students placed on the field.
The students asked questions regarding the dog's sense of smell and what happens when the dogs get fleas!
The Suffolk County Police Department has 22 K9 search dogs currently and trained about six in the past year.
Date Added: 5/17/2022
Sixth-graders from Accompsett Middle School hit the beach and the marsh this week at Sunken Meadow State park—all for science!
Thanks to 6th grade science teacher Amy Olander who secured “The Connect Kids Field Trip Grant" through NYS parks, several classes explored the environment on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The students calculated wind speed, practiced orienteering using a directional compass, examined the salinity of the salt marsh and sound and caught some fish in the marsh!
Date Added: 5/11/2022
“Take it with you so you’ll always have a way to look back…and remember me.”-Beast
Tonight’s the night!
The Accompsett Middle School drama club will be putting on a performance of Beauty and the Beast.
The curtain drops at 7:30 PM Friday and Saturday nights.
Head to our Facebook and Instagram pages for a sneak peak!
Date Added: 5/6/2022
The Smithtown Central School District celebrated its newly tenured staff and this academic year’s retirees on Tuesday night.
Prior to the Board of Education meeting during which formal approval took place, the honorees gathered in the multipurpose room at the District’s New York Ave. offices to celebrate.
The 25 newly approved tenure recipients: Catherine Abbott, Dara Brachfeld, Samantha Buttice, Kristin Campisi, Jessica Castoro, Mark Cimino, Lindsay Clifford, Kevin Colon, Julianne DeSilva, Christopher Elsesser, Erika Farruggio, Jennifer Fazzio, Eileen Flynn, Jacqueline Harden, Nicole Kerins, Joseph McFadden, Jennifer McGlone, Louis Mincieli, Melissa Minerva, Shannon Moore, Alyssa Patrissi, Maaria Syska, Taylor Walsh, William Weinstein and Renee Weltsch.
And the 35 retiring staff members: Donna Atkinson, Lynne Barry, James Berger, David Bestenheider, Debra Calabza, Vincent Campagna, Kathy Coffin, Olga Crnosija, Claudine DeCoteau, Eileen DiCristofaro, Doreen Downes, Tina Dray, Regina Dunne, Allison Edwards, Diana Feirstein, Cheryl Glick, Mary Pat Grafstein, Jane Groneman, Peggy Knudsen, Virginia Kohilakis, Mary Grace Lynch, Marlene Mitchell, Lisa Molano, Alexis Nagowski, Sharon Nilson, Cindy Nocero, Laura Persichilli, Patricia Petrucelli, Teresa Russo, Patrick Smith, Donald Wallace, Beth Woods, Jeff Woodward, Linda Wurtz and Barbara Zemcik.
The retirees were each individually honored at the Board of Education meeting.
Date Added: 4/12/2022
Students studying German at Accompsett Middle School connected with their European pen pals on Monday.
Peter Schieck’s seventh and eighth grade classes met virtually via Zoom with eighth grade students studying English in Friedrichshafen, in southern Germany.
The students exchanged questions to learn about each other’s culture, quizzing each other on favorite recreation activities, music groups, sports clubs and how the schools are structured.
The students have been exchanging written letters since November.
The schools originally connected via the website ePals.
Schieck lived in Freiburg, Germany, for a year and a half while he was a student.
The German students have been studying English since the first grade, whereas Accompsett’s students — as is typical in the United States — began studying German as seventh graders.
Date Added: 4/11/2022