High School West Students Give Back

High School West students giving back to Smithtown Elementary. Mrs. Mangino, nurse at Smithtown Elementary, is thrilled with the new Health Office mural. Pictured above, are the students that volunteered their time to provide the elementary students a comforting atmosphere for many years to come. Students: Erin Hogan, Lexi Kosloski, Jessica Schimek (missing from photo) …


Giving Back to the Community

In Mrs. Provenzano’s fifth grade class, the students constructed homemade blankets for the elderly. This is their third community service project this year. The class is donating them to the Sunrise Nursing Home on Route 111. Mrs. Provenzano’s students were accompanied by her daughter, Alyssa and her friend Kim. They have experience with making blankets …


Stepping Back in Time at Smithtown Elementary

Smithtown Elementary School Library hosted the Smithtown Historical Society for a hands-on program for fourth grade students. Turning back to the 18th century, students practiced writing their names and colonial phrases on parchment paper with a quill and ink pen. They dipped candles and made candle holders out of clay. They also participated in carding …

Autism Awareness

Autism Awareness

The eighth annual World Autism Awareness Day ​was April 2, 2015. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events.​ The faculty and staff of Smithtown Elementary purchased t-shirts to support Autism Awareness. Each Friday in the month of April they will wear their shirts or a blue …


Childhood In Former Years

As part of Smithtown’s 350th anniversary celebration, second graders at Smithtown El enjoyed a presentation from librarians from the Smithtown Public Library’s Long Island Room. Students got to see some of the original books, slate boards, girl’s sampler, awards, milk bottles, and cooking utensils that were used by children in Smithtown many years ago.


Colonial Days

Fourth grade students at Smithtown Elementary School participated in a Colonial Day. Students came to school adorned in colonial costumes related to a specific trade they had independently researched. They created Help Wanted Posters, and interviewed parents at a Colonial Job Fair. Many students included different props, trade specific vocabulary terms, real photographs and interesting …


Reflections Winners

Reflections is a program of National PTA whose purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works. Congratulations to the following students whose PTA Reflections projects were selected from Suffolk County to be judges at the New York State level. From Smithtown Elementary: …


“Alice In Wonderland”

“Smithtown Elementary School was proud to present this year’s 5th graders in their production of “Alice in Wonderland.” On March 12th and 13th 84 of our 5th grade students presented their show to family, friends and the whole school community. These young actors and actresses rehearsed tirelessly for the past 5 months learning their lines, …

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