2014-2015 Calendar with Pictures

A Message from Superintendent of Schools
James Grossane, Ed.D.
Dear Community Member:
Welcome to what will surely be an exciting and
inspiring 2014-2015 school year.
The District Calendar is an important source of
information for students, staff, parents and
community members. There is a wealth of
activities and events that showcase the
wonderful accomplishments of our students
throughout the school year. We encourage you
to attend, participate and enjoy the benefits of
being part of the Smithtown school community.
On behalf of the Board of Education and staff,
we wish you and your family a successful and
safe school year.
Sincerely,
James J. Grossane, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Calendar & Directory
2014—2015
School and District News
School news is published in the District Digest and
is also distributed as widely as possible through
local papers and our building PTA units. The
Digest is mailed to all district residents.
In addition, for more information, visit the District
website at www.smithtown.k12.ny.us
Board of Education
President - Christopher Alcure
3rd year - term expires 2015
Vice President - Joanne McEnroy
4th year - term expires 2017
Gladys Waldron
37th year - term expires 2017
Theresa Knox
8th year - term expires 2016
Louis Liguori
8th year - term expires 2016
Grace Plourde
4th year - term expires 2017
Matthew Morton
3rd year - term expires 2015
District Clerk
Maureen O’Connor
382-2012
Smithtown Central School District
Administration
General Information
382-2000
Superintendent of Schools
James J. Grossane, Ed.D.
382-2005
Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
Jennifer Bradshaw
382-2030
Assistant Superintendent for Finance & Operations
Andrew Tobin
382-2115
Assistant Superintendent for Personnel Services
Karen Ricigliano
382-2160
Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services
William J. Bushman, Ph.D.
382-2070
Executive Director of Curriculum
Paul Strader
382-2035
Coordinator of Physical Education, Health & Athletics
Patrick Smith
382-2100
Plant Facilities Administrator
Robert C. Woolsey
382-4130
Transportation Supervisor
Mary Augugliaro
382-4100
2014
2014—
14—2015 School Calendar
School Time Schedules
2014
201414-2015 School Year
A list of the days schools will be closed is
noted below.
SEPTEMBER
1 Labor Day
2-3 Supt. Conf. Day (Staff Only)
4 First Day of School
2525-26 Rosh Hashanah
School time schedules for the 2014 - 2015 school year are printed below. Transportation has been arranged to meet
these scheduled times. Regularly scheduled 3:10 p.m. Wilson Tech. bus will begin to operate on the first day of
school.
A.M.
P.M.
School Day
Buses
Arrive
Buses
Depart
Wilson Tech.
Shuttle Bus
Depart
OCTOBER
10 Supt. Conf. Day (1/2 day students)
13 Columbus Day
NOVEMBER
4 Supt. Conf. Day (Staff Only)
11 Veterans’ Day
2727- 28 Thanksgiving Recess
Schools
Buses
Arrive
School Day
Late Buses
Depart
High School East
7:107:10-7:15
7:20
1:55
1:50
2:05
3:10
4:00/5:00
High School West
7:107:10-7:15
7:20
7:20
1:55
1:50
2:05
3:10
4:00/5:00
Accompsett MS
Great Hollow MS
Nesaquake MS
7:3
7:30-7:4
7:40
7:3
30-7:4
7:
7:40
7:3
7:30-7:4
7:40
7:50
7:50
7:50
2: 31
2: 31
2: 31
2:3
2:30
2:3
30
2:
2:3
2:30
2: 40
2: 40
2: 40
Accompsett
8:508:50-9:00
9:05
3:10
3:10
3:18
Mt. Pleasant
8:508:50-9:00
9:05
3:10
3:10
3:18
St. James
8:508:50-9:00
9:05
3:10
3:10
3:18
Tackan
8:508:50-9:00
9:05
3:10
3:10
3:18
DECEMBER
9 Elem. Conf. (1/2 day elem.)
10 Elem. Conf. (no elem. students)
2424-31 Winter Recess
JANUARY
1 –2 Winter Recess
19 Martin Luther King Day
FEBRUARY
6 Supt. Conf. Day (1/2 day students)
1616-20 President’s Day and MidMid-Winter Recess
MARCH
13 Elem. Conf. (1/2 day elem.)
20 Supt. Conf. Day (Staff Only)
4:10/5:10
4:10/5:10
4:10/5:10
EARLY ELEM.
LATE ELEM.
APRIL
3-10 Spring Recess
MAY
Branch Brook
9:209:20-9:30
9:35
3:40
3:40
3:48
Dogwood
9:209:20-9:30
9:35
3:40
3:40
3:48
Mills Pond
9:209:20-9:30
9:35
3:40
3:40
3:48
Smithtown
9:209:20-9:30
9:35
3:40
3:40
3:48
25 Memorial Day
JUNE
2
2323-24
24
25
Regents Testing (no HS students)
Elem. Conf. (1/2 day elem.)
Last Day of School for Students
Supt. Conf. Day (Staff Only)
Note: Schedule is based on good weather conditions.
DAYS OF RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCE
School Calendar
Abbreviation Key:
Building Names
AE
AMS
BB
DE
GH
HSE
HSW
MPE
MTP
NMS
NYA
SE
SJE
TE
Accompsett Elementary
Accompsett Middle School
Branch Brook Elementary
Dogwood Elementary
Great Hollow Middle School
Smithtown High School East
Smithtown High School West
Mills Pond Elementary
Mt. Pleasant Elementary
Nesaquake Middle School
Joseph M. Barton Building
New York Avenue
Smithtown Elementary
St. James Elementary
Tackan Elementary
Other
ACE
ACT
Comm.
DEAR
Exec.
Gen.
Gr.
K
NHS
PTA
PTSA
SAT
SEP
SEPTA
Adult Continuing Education
American College Test
Committee
Drop Everything and Read
Executive Board
General Meeting
Grade
Kindergarten
National Honor Society
Parent/Teacher Association
Parent/Teacher/Student
Association
Scholastic Aptitude Test
School-wide Enrichment
Program
Special Education Parent/
Teacher Association
Following are some of the major religious observance
days that occur during the school year on a day when
school is in session. Pupils may be excused upon prior
written request of the parent/guardian. These days are
not legal holidays. The attendance register will be
maintained as on other days.
Days of Religious
2014 - 2015 Dates Observance
June 29-July 29
September 14
September 25-26
October 4
October 5
October 9-15
October 16
October 16
Ramadan month long observance
Elevation of the Cross
Rosh Hashanah (begins sunset 9/24)
Yom Kippur (begins sunset 10/3)
Eid al-Adha
Sukkot (begins sunset 10/8)
Shemini Atzeret-close of Sukkot (begins sunset 10/15)
Simchat Torah—close of Sukkot
(begins sunset 10/15)
November 1
December 8
December 17-24
January 7
February 18
February 23
April 10-11
May 24-25
May 29
All Saints Day
Immaculate Conception
Hanukkah (begins sunset 12/16)
Orthodox Christmas Day
Ash Wednesday
Orthodox Lent Begins
Concluding days of Passover
(ends sunset 4/11)
Shavuot (begins sunset 5/23)
Ascension Day
EMERGENCY SCHOOL
CLOSING PROCEDURES
In preparation for the upcoming winter season,
parents and students should familiarize
themselves with emergency school procedures.
An automated phone call will be made to
announce a school closing. In addition, the
following radio and television stations have
agreed to broadcast news about emergency
school closings:
WALK - 97.5 FM/1370 AM
B-103 - 103.1 FM
WBLI/WBAB - 106.1/102.3 FM
News 12 - Channel 12
If there is any doubt about school being open or
closed, listen to these radio stations, watch
Channel 12, or visit our website at
www.smithtown.k12.ny.us. Residents are
requested not to telephone the school office
when weather is bad. Too many calls tie up
vital phone lines, making it much more difficult
to keep everything running smoothly.
Smithtown also has “delayed opening” and
“early dismissal” procedures.
When it appears that the weather will improve
early enough, the school district will institute its
“delayed opening” procedure. An automated
phone call will be made, the radio stations will
be notified, and bus and opening time schedules
will be delayed from one to two hours,
depending upon the individual situation.
Dismissal will remain the same when possible.
If inclement weather makes it necessary to
dismiss youngsters early, the radio and
television stations will be notified, and an
automated phone call will be made.
This information will also appear on our
district website.
2014-2015 State Testing Schedule
Reporting to Parents
Elementary Level
To provide parents with a comprehensive
appraisal of their child’s progress in all areas,
Smithtown uses both written reports and
parent-teacher conferences which will be held
December 9, 10, 2014 and March 13, 2015.
Additional conferences may be scheduled as
needed at the request of either teacher or parent.
Written reports will be provided three times per
year.
Secondary Level
Parents should look for their children's report
cards within approximately two weeks of the end
of each marking period indicated below. Secondary report card grades will also be available on
the Parent Portal within one week of the end of
each marking period.
If you have a question concerning your
child’s progress, contact the teacher or guidance
counselor.
Marking Periods
Date
Grade
Test
October 18, 2014
10/11
PSAT- High School East & West
November 8, 2014
11/12
SAT - High School West
March 14, 2015
11/12
SAT - High School West
April 14-16, 2015
3
English Language Arts
April 14-16, 2015
4
English Language Arts
April 14-16, 2015
5
English Language Arts
April 14-16, 2015
6
English Language Arts
April 14-16, 2015
7
English Language Arts
April 14-16, 2015
8
English Language Arts
K-12
NYSESLAT (Speaking)
April 22-24, 2015
3
Mathematics Assessment
April 22-24, 2015
4
Mathematics Assessment
April 22-24, 2015
5
Mathematics Assessment
April 22-24, 2015
6
Mathematics Assessment
April 22-24, 2015
7
Mathematics Assessment
April 22-24, 2015
8
Mathematics Assessment
11/12
SAT - High School West
May 4-15, 2015
K-12
New York State English As a Second Language
Achievement Test -NYSESLAT (Listening, Reading,
Writing)
May 20-29, 2015
4&8
Grades 4 & 8 Science Performance Assessment
June 1, 2015
4&8
Grades 4 & 8 Science Written Assessment
April 14 - May 15, 2015
May 2, 2015
Quarter
1
2
3
4
Middle School and High School
September 4 - November 7, 2014
November 10, 2014 - January 30, 2015
February 2 - April 2, 2015
April 13 - June 25, 2015
Note: Last marking period dates are dependent upon
exam schedules and may be changed.
Regents Exams - January 26 –29, 2015
June 2, 16 –24, 2015
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
The Smithtown School District is dedicated to educating students to develop
desired moral, ethical, and cultural values, to stimulate and expand a continual
learning process and to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the rights
and responsibilities of American citizens, which will enable them to function
effectively as independent individuals in a democratic society.
The educational program strives to provide each child with the fundamental
academic skills and basic knowledge required for his/her maximum educational
development, the opportunity for each child to develop his/her interests and
abilities to the fullest extent according to his/her individual potential, and special
services to promote the physical, mental and emotional development of each child.
It is the District’s goal to foster in students good work habits, integrity, selfdiscipline, good sportsmanship, self-confidence, and a sense of purpose.
PESTICIDE NOTIFICATION
New York State Education Law, Section 409-H, requires schools to provide
written notification regarding actual or potential use of pesticides throughout the
school year. The District is also required to maintain a list of students, parents or
staff members who wish to receive a 48-hour prior written notification of specific
pesticide applications in the District. This is to advise there have been no
additional applications since the last notification.
The Smithtown School District, since 1992, has utilized an integrated pest
management program (IPM) in order to restrict or eliminate entirely the use of
pesticides in or around District facilities. The School District’s IPM program
includes the use of a contracted firm, expert in conducting integrated pest
management programs. This firm conducts monthly inspections of all District
facilities and takes appropriate remedial measures to eliminate or reduce the
presence of insects or other pests.
While the District does not anticipate any situation where there will be a need
to provide notification of a pesticide application 48 hours in advance, if you would
like to receive such notification if one were required, please send a postcard or
brief letter to Mr. Robert C. Woolsey, Smithtown Central School District, 26 New
York Avenue Unit 1, Smithtown, New York 11787, requesting pesticide
application notification. Please include the school building for which you would
like to be notified and your name and address. In the unlikely event an application
of a regulated pesticide application is required, the District would not apply such
chemicals unless the school was to remain unoccupied for a continuous 72 hours
following the application. In doing so, a 48-hour notification would not be
required.
TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION
AMENDMENT OF 1972
The Smithtown Central School District does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, or national origin in the employment and educational opportunities it
offers, including vocational educational opportunities.
Also, as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the
Smithtown Central School District, Smithtown, New York does not discriminate
on the basis of sex in the educational programs or activities which it provides
(including vocational programs), appointment of employees, employment pay and
benefits, counseling services for students, access by students to educational
programs, course offerings, textbooks and student activities.
Dr. William Bushman, Title IX Coordinator, will provide information,
including information on complaint procedures, to any student or employee who
feels that her or his rights under Title IX may have been violated by the District
or its officials. His office is in the Joseph M. Barton Building, 26 New York
Avenue, Smithtown, New York. In addition, any student or employee may make
an inquiry or a complaint directly to the Federal Office for Civil Rights.
TITLE 45
Unless objection to any of the specific items of information following is
submitted in writing by parent or legal guardians or by those students themselves
who are over the age of 18 years, the Smithtown Central School District herewith
gives notice of intention to provide, release, or publish in newsletters, school or
student newspapers, magazines, yearbooks, Internet, or other publications, daily
or weekly newspapers, athletic programs, news releases and/or all of the
following information pertaining to students as may be appropriate under the
circumstances: Name, age, height, weight, grade, major field of study,
participation in recognized sports programs, academic honors, achievements,
awards, scholarships, and similar information under Title 45. Parents who do not
desire release of any of the above directory information must make a specific
request in writing to the Superintendent of Schools. Failure to make such a
request shall be deemed consent to release, provide or publish the directory
information.
PARENTS FOR MEGAN’S LAW
In order to provide parents/guardians and residents with information concerning convicted sex offenders, the school district is utilizing a no-cost sex
offender alert notification program. Upon voluntary registration, Parents for
Megan’s Law (PFML) will e-mail district residents information about newly
registered convicted sex offenders and direct residents to the Parents for Megan’s
Law website, where they can access a full copy of the notification. If you have
not already registered to receive these notifications, please contact the Parents for
Megan’s Law Helpline at (631) 689-2672 or go to the Parents for Megan’s Law
website at www.parentsformeganslaw.org and click the “E-mail Alert link.”
DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS – CLASS OF 2015
REGENTS DIPLOMA
REQUIRED COURSES
English
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Health
The Arts
CORE CREDITS -Subtotal
Languages other than English
Physical Education
Electives
TOTAL CREDITS: (required minimum)
ADVANCED REGENTS DIPLOMA
Credits
4
4
3(A)
3(A)
.5
1
15.5
1
2
3.5(D)
22
REGENTS EXAMS
REGENTS ENGLISH
REGENTS MATH
2nd & 3rd REGENTS MATHEMATICS
REGENTS GLOBAL HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY
REGENTS US HISTORY & GOVERNMENT
REGENTS SCIENCE
2ND REGENTS SCIENCE
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
(C)
REQUIRED COURSES
Credits
English
4
Social Studies
4
Mathematics
3(A)
Science
3(A)
Health
.5
The Arts
1
CORE CREDITS-Subtotal
15.5
Languages other than English
3(B)
Physical Education
2
Electives
1.5(D)
TOTAL CREDITS: (required minimum) 22
REGENTS ENGLISH
REGENTS MATH
2nd REGENTS MATH
3rd REGENTS MATH
REGENTS GLOBAL HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY
REGENTS US HISTORY & GOVERNMENT
REGENTS SCIENCE
2ND REGENTS SCIENCE
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES(B)
FOOTNOTES FOR DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS CHART
A.
Students may meet the learning standards in technology, either through a course in technology education or through an integrated course combining technology with mathematics
and/or science. A commencement-level course in technology education may be used as the third unit of credit in science or mathematics, but not both.
B. To earn the advanced designation, the student must complete one of the following:
1. A Language other than English (LOTE) (total of 3 credits) and pass FLACS checkpoint B exam.
2. Career and Technical Education (CTE) (5 credits), including one credit in a Language other than English.
3. The Arts (5 credits), including one credit in a Language other than English.
C. Students must pass LOTE course in grade 7 & 8 as well as pass the FLACS checkpoint A Exam in grade 8 or a Level 1 high school language course in order to earn one unit of credit
toward the high school diploma.
D. Elective credit can be earned for any course which is not being used to fulfill a core credit requirement (Arts, CTE, English, LOTE, Math, Science, Social Studies)
E. 1. Students who first enter grade 9 in 2008 and thereafter must score 65 or above on 5 regents exams to receive a Regents diploma and 8 regents exams and FLACS checkpoint B
exam to receive an Advanced Regents diploma.
2. Students with disabilities who first enter grade 9 in September 2005 and thereafter, a score of 55-64 may be considered a passing score on any Regents Exam required for
graduation with a local diploma.
3. Additionally, students with disabilities can use the compensatory safety net option to graduate with a local diploma. Students who score a 45-54 on one or more required Regents
exam may compensate with scores higher than 65 on other Regents exams. Attendance and a passing course grade are required. English and Math Regents scores must be at a
score of at least a 55.
More information is available at www.nysed.gov
Good Luck, Class of 2015
FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT
Parents and eligible students* have the following rights under the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
⇒ The right to inspect and review the student’s education record.
⇒ The right to exercise a limited control of other people’s access to student
records.
⇒ The right to seek to correct the student’s education record if believed to be
in error.
⇒ The right to report violations of FERPA to the appropriate federal agency.
⇒ The right to be informed about FERPA rights.
*All rights and protections given parents under the FERPA and this procedure
transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or enrolls in a postsecondary school. The student then becomes an “eligible student.” The
following information is designated as student “Directory Information:”
Student’s name, address, date of birth, grade level, extra-curricular participation,
awards or honors, photograph, height and weight ( if a member of an athletic
team), previous school attended, parent’s name. “Directory Information” may
be disclosed without prior written consent. Parents or eligible students will
have two weeks from the beginning of the school year or date a student
enrolls to advise the school district, in writing, of any and all items they refuse
to permit the district to designate as directory information for the balance of the
school year.
SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973
The Smithtown Central School District, Smithtown, New York, hereby
gives notice that it does not discriminate on the basis of handicap in violation
of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The District further gives
notice that it does not discriminate on the basis of handicap in admission or
access to its programs and activities, including vocational education
programs. No person shall be denied employment solely because of any
physical, mental or medical impairment which is unrelated to the person’s
ability to engage in the activities involved in the job for which application
has been made.
Inquiries concerning this policy may be referred to Dr. William
Bushman, Section 504 Coordinator, 26 New York Avenue, Smithtown, New
York.
The secondary vocational education opportunities available to District
residents under the age 21 are listed in the handbooks and curriculum guides
prepared by the high school.
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION
The Smithtown Central School District hereby advises students, parents, employees,
job applicants, and the general public that it offers employment and educational opportunities, including vocational education, without regard to age, sex race, color,
religion, creed, national origin, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Inquiries
regarding this nondiscrimination policy may be directed to:
A. Title IX Coordinator & Compliance Officer
Dr. William Bushman
Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services
Smithtown Central School District
26 New York Avenue Unit 1
Smithtown, New York 11787
Telephone (631) 382-2070
B. Section 504 Coordinator & Compliance Officer
Dr. William Bushman
Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services
Smithtown Central School District
26 New York Avenue Unit 1
Smithtown, New York 11787
Telephone (631) 382-2070
DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT PROCEDURES
Level One:
1. Any individual, including but not limited to students and employees of the
School District, who wishes to file a complaint regarding discrimination shall
make such complaint in writing on forms available in any school office, Central
Office, Transportation Office, Central Warehouse, Facilities Office or Food Service Office.
2. The written complaint form should then be sent to the School District Title IX
Compliance Officer and/or the School District Section 504 Compliance Officer,
as appropriate.
3. The Compliance Officer will then:
a. Investigate, within 10 days of receipt of the complaint, the circumstances of
the complaint.
b. Render a decision, within 20 days of receipt of the complaint, and notify all
parties of the decision.
c. Provide all parties 10 days to respond to the decision before it becomes final.
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DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT
PROCEDURES CONTINUED
Centralized Registration
The Smithtown Central School District utilizes a centralized registration process. All registration
takes place at the Joseph M. Barton Building, 26 New York Avenue, Smithtown, NY, (631) 3822024. Registration is open from 8:30 to 3:00 PM daily (Registration in July and August is from
8:30 to 2:00 PM). Listed below are the items necessary to complete registration. Parents must bring
this information with them at the time of registration. PLEASE NOTE: Registration forms are now
on our website. You can download them at: www.smithtown.k12.ny.us
1. A child’s original birth certificate (raised seal), a Baptismal record or passport.
2. A record from physician with all inoculations listed with a doctor’s signature or stamp.
Immunization Guidelines: Refer to District Website for specific grade level requirements.
4-5 doses of Diphtheria Toxoid, Tetanus Toxoid and Pertussis (DPT)
1 dose Tdap for children born on or after January 1, 1994 and entering 6th grade
3-5 doses of polio (usually OPV or IPV)
1 dose live measles after age of 12 months
2 doses measles for all children born after January 1, 1985
1 dose live rubella after age of 12 months
1 dose live mumps after age of 12 months
3 doses Hepatitis B for children born on or after 1/1/93
2 doses of Varicella (chickenpox) for children born on or after January 1, 1998 and
6th Graders born after 1/1/1994 entering school on or after 9/1/2005.
3. Be prepared to answer questions concerning child’s health history.
4. Two proofs of residency (with your name and address). The most recent utility bills (i.e. home telephone,
Cablevision, LIPA, National Grid, water), tax bill, mortgage statement, homeowners’ insurance, deed, signed
lease including landlord’s phone number. Please note: when no lease is in effect, you’ll need a notarized
statement of residency from the landlord with two original proofs of their residency. The District does not
accept driver’s license, cell phone bill, auto insurance card, credit card bill, checking or bank account
statements as proof of residence.
5. Proof of guardianship or custody, if applicable.
6. Transcript, recent report card, IEP (if appropriate), and a testing record for secondary students.
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
The District will also hold a special registration period for the 2015-2016 kindergarten. Those students who will
reach their 5th birthday on or before December 1, 2015 are eligible to register. Registration will take place from
January 8-30 from 8:30 to 3:00 PM daily. The tentative 2015-2016 K registration schedule is as follows:
January
January
January
January
8 & 9 – Accompsett Elementary
12 & 13 – Branch Brook Elementary
14 & 15 – Dogwood Elementary
16 & 20 – Mills Pond Elementary
January
January
January
January
21 & 22 – Mt. Pleasant Elementary
23 & 26 – St. James Elementary
27& 28 – Smithtown Elementary
29 & 30 – Tackan Elementary
On Tuesday, January 20 and Thursday, January 29, evening registrations will be held to accommodate working
parents. The evening registrations will start at 5:30 PM and conclude at 8:00 PM. Please be sure to check the
district Website for any changes and/or updates regarding this special registration period.
Level Two:
1.
2.
3.
If any party disagrees with the Level One decision, then
the Compliance Officer shall so advise the Superintendent
of Schools within 5 days of receipt of the party’s written
statement of disagreement.
The Superintendent of Schools will review the matter and
shall render a decision within 10 days of receipt of notice
from the Compliance Officer of the party’s disagreement.
The decision of the Superintendent of Schools will be based
on the written submissions of all parties. All parties, and the
Compliance Officer, shall receive a copy of the decision
of the Superintendent of Schools.
Appeal Procedures:
1.
Any party may appeal the decision of the Superintendent
of Schools by filing a petition/appeal with the New York
State Commissioner of Education, New York State
Education Department, Albany, New York 12234.
2.
Any party may also file an administrative complaint with
any of the following agencies:
a. United States Department of Education
Office For Civil Rights
32 Old Slip
New York, New York 10005
b. U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
33 Whitehall Street
New York, New York 10004
c. New York State Division of Human Rights
175 Fulton Avenue
Hempstead, New York 11550
Special Education / Special Services
26 New York Avenue, Smithtown, NY 11787, 382-2070 / Fax: 382-2083
The Reauthorized Individuals with Disabilities Act of 2004 (IDEA) mandates that all students receive a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment.
The Committee on Special Education (CSE), for children ages 5-21, and the Committee on Preschool Education (CPSE), for children ages 3-5, is responsible for evaluating information presented concerning a child and determining eligibility for special education programs and/or services. The determination of the CSE/CPSE will be
consistent with the continuum of services outlined in the Commissioner’s Regulations and be based on such items as chronological age; learning rate; academic functioning; social/emotional development; physical development; and management needs. Students are placed into special education programs only when the severity of
their disability is such that education in a regular class cannot be achieved. Related Services may be provided in conjunction with a mainstream education program or
with other special education programs and services.
In grades Kindergarten to 12: If you suspect your child is having academic difficulty, the best place to begin is with your child’s classroom teacher. The building’s Instructional Support Team (IST) will address any concerns and implement modifications, remedial services and strategies. If you feel your child may need the provision
of special education services and/or programs, you must notify in writing either the Special Education Office or your child’s building principal. Upon receipt of your
written consent, the CSE will evaluate your child. Mandated components of the CSE evaluations are medical, psychological, social history, and educational assessment.
However, additional evaluations may also be requested based on the area(s) of concern.
At the Preschool Level: If you have a preschool child and you are concerned about his/her speech, language, learning, physical or behavioral development, you may
want to talk to your family doctor first to determine if your child is within the normal developmental scales. If you feel your child may need the provision of special education services and/or programs, you must notify in writing the Preschool Special Education Office and register your child at the Central Registration Office. At registration, you will be asked to choose an evaluator and sign a consent so the evaluation process may begin. If your child is receiving Early Intervention (EI) services, please
advise us at the time of your registration. Mandated components of the CPSE evaluations are medical, psychological, social history, and an observation. However, additional evaluations may also be requested based on the area(s) of concern.
The Committee members shall include, but not be limited to, the parent/guardian, at least one regular education teacher of the student, one special education teacher of
the student, a school psychologist, a representative of the school district who is qualified to provide or supervise special education, a school physician (if specifically
requested in writing by parent/guardian or member of the school at least 72 hours prior to the meeting), an additional parent member of a student with a disability residing in the school district or a neighboring school district (parent/guardian must notify in writing if they wish to waive their right to an additional parent member), other
persons having knowledge or special expertise regarding the student, and if appropriate, the student.
If your child is eligible to receive special education services and/or programs, the CSE/CPSE makes the recommendations to the Board of Education (BOE). Upon the
BOE’s approval, the Committee develops and implements an appropriate Individual Education Plan (IEP), for resident students, and an Individual Education Services
Plan (IESP), for non-resident students. At least once a year your child’s IEP/IESP will be reviewed. However, you may request in writing a meeting at anytime.
If your child is illegible to receive special education services and/or programs and you disagree with the decision of the Committee, you may request mediation and/or an
impartial hearing.
Parents/Guardians who place their children in non-public schools must contact the school district where the nonpublic school is located to request an evaluation. If
your child receives special education services and you want your child to continue receiving those services while enrolled in the nonpublic school, you must request
those services in writing no later than June 1 before the school year in which services are to be provided.
The Smithtown Central School District Board of Education annually adopts policies for the District. A copy of the District policy book
is available for review in each building. The specific policies highlighted below are those of primary interest to the school/community.
STUDENT BICYCLE USE
SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Students riding their bicycles on school property must comply with New York
State Vehicle and Traffic Law 1238 which requires that children between the
ages of 1 year and 14 years wear a safety helmet that meets ANSI 190.4
Safety Standards or a comparable standard.
The Board of Education is committed to safeguarding the right of
all employees, students, or members of the public within the School
District to an environment that is free from all forms of sexual
harassment.
All individuals associated with this District, but not necessarily
limited to the Board of Education, the administration, the staff,
students, and members of the public while on school property or on a
school related activity are expected to conduct themselves at all times
so as to provide an atmosphere free from sexual harassment.
Therefore, the Board condemns and prohibits all behavior of a
sexual nature which is either designed to extort sexual favors or which
has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile or
offensive environment. Any person who engages in sexual
harassment while acting as a member of the school community will be
in violation of this policy.
Sexual harassment includes, but is not limited to unwelcome
flirtation, sexual advances, propositions, continual or repeated verbal
abuse of a sexual nature, use of sexually degrading words or actions
and the display of sexual suggestive pictures.
Sexual harassment in the school, on District property, or on a
school related activity by any employee, student, or member of the
public is a serious violation for which the appropriate disciplinary
action will be taken and may lead to personal, legal and financial
liability.
Any employee, student, or member of the public who believes that
he/she has been subjected to sexual harassment should make a
complaint immediately to any of the following: his/her supervisor,
principal, Assistant Superintendent for Personnel, or his/her designee.
Complaints will be investigated promptly and corrective action
will be taken where appropriate. No member of the school
community will suffer retaliation or intimidation as a result of using
the internal complaint procedure.
STUDENT ATTENDANCE
Parents/guardians are responsible, under the School Attendance Laws of New
York State, for their children’s regular attendance and punctuality. Excused
absences include: personal illness, illness or death in the family, impassable
roads or unsafe travel conditions, religious observance, quarantine, required
court appearances, medical appointments, approved court appearances,
approved cooperative work programs, military obligations, or participation in
school sponsored and approved activities. If a student is or will be absent,
his/her parent/guardian is expected to phone the school on the first day of
such absence, and to indicate the anticipated duration of the absence.
Furthermore, a written excuse must accompany the child when returning to
school after an absence. The reason for the absence and dates covered must
be included in the note. The note must be signed by the parent or guardian.
In compliance with the New York State law, the District adopted a
comprehensive attendance policy that was implemented in the 2003-2004
school year. Current attendance requirements are clearly delineated in the
secondary school handbooks.
EXCLUSION OF STUDENTS POSSESSING FIREARMS
The Board of Education has determined that if and when a student brings or
has in his/her possession a weapon, as the term is defined in Title 18 U.S.C.
section 921, to a school in the Smithtown Central School District, that student
shall be excluded from school for a period not less than one year. The
Superintendent of Schools may modify such exclusion requirement on a caseby-case basis in accordance with applicable federal and state laws, rules and
regulations and after affording the student such due process as may be
required.
Legal Reference: Public Law 103-227, Title X, Part B
Legal References: Title VII 703, Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended 45 Federal
Regulation 74676 issued by EEOC, Section 296 (1)(a) of the NYS Executive Law.
DRUG FREE SCHOOLS
NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT OF 2001
The Board of Education of the Smithtown Central School
District is committed to the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and
other substance use/abuse. This policy describes the philosophy
of the Smithtown Central School District and the program
elements the District will use to promote healthy life styles for its
students and staff and to inhibit the use/abuse of alcohol, tobacco,
performance enhancing drugs, and other substances.
No person may use, possess, sell, or distribute alcohol or other
controlled substances, nor may use or possess drug paraphernalia,
on school grounds or at school-sponsored events, except drugs as
prescribed by a physician. The inappropriate use of prescription
and over-the-counter drugs shall also be prohibited.
Additionally, the following persons shall be prohibited from
entering school grounds or school-sponsored events: any person
exhibiting behavior, or physical characteristics indicative of
having used or consumed alcohol or other psychotropic
substances.
The District will use the following principles as guides for the
development of its substance use/abuse prevention efforts and for
any disciplinary measures related to alcohol and other substances:
According to the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, public schools are now
legally required to release names, addresses, and telephone numbers of secondary
students to military recruiters or institutions of higher education upon request.
Parents or guardians may request in writing, that their child’s name, address, and
telephone listing not be released without prior written parental consent. These
requests should be addressed to the Principal’s Office, Smithtown High School West
100 Central Road, Smithtown, NY 11787-1696 or Smithtown High School East, 10
School Street, St. James, NY 11780-1800.
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Alcohol, tobacco, and other substance use/abuse is
preventable and treatable.
Alcohol and other substance use/abuse inhibits the District
from carrying out its central mission of educating students.
The behavior of the Board of Education, the administration,
and all school staff should model the behavior asked of
students.
While the District can and must assume a leadership role in
alcohol, tobacco, and other substance use/abuse prevention,
this goal will be accomplished only through coordinated,
collaborative efforts with parents, students, staff and the
community as a whole.
In addition, if your child attends a school that receives Title I federal funds,
under No Child Left Behind federal legislation, you may request information
regarding the qualifications of your child’s teacher(s). This information includes the
New York State license the teacher holds, as well as the degree, major, and field of
discipline of the teacher’s certification or degree. If you would like this information
regarding your child’s teacher(s), please submit your written request to: the
Assistant Superintendent for Personnel Services, Smithtown Central School District,
26 New York Avenue, Smithtown, New York 11787.
To assure compliance with federal No Child Left Behind guidelines, the Board
of Education has adopted a Parental Involvement Policy. It recognizes the rights of
parents/guardians to be fully informed of all information relevant to their children
who participate in programs and projects funded by Title I. A copy of the District
policy book, which includes this policy, is available for review in each building.
CODE OF CONDUCT
All members of the school community are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct. Complete copies of the Code of Conduct are available for
review in each school building. You may pick up a copy at the SCSD District Office or refer the Policy Manual, Section 5300, on our website by
clicking here - www.smithtown.k12.ny.us
DIRECTORY OF SCHOOLS/ORGANIZATIONS
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Smithtown High School East
10 School Street, St. James, NY 1178011780-1800
Tel: 382382-2705
Principal:
Asst. Principals:
Edwin Thompson
Michael Aleci
Jason Pettis
Robert Rose
Smithtown High School West
100 Central Rd., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-1696
Tel: 382382-2905
Principal:
Asst. Principals:
Principals:
John Coady
Michael Freiberg
Jason Huntsman
Derek Solomon
Accompsett Middle School
660 Meadow Rd., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-1697
Tel: 382382-2300
Principal:
Asst. Principal:
Paul McNeil
Daniel McCabe
Great Hollow Middle School
150 Southern Blvd., Nesconset, NY 1176711767-1700
Tel: 382382-2805
Principal:
Asst. Principal:
John Scomillio
Cindy Nocero
Nesaquake Middle School
479 Edgewood Avenue, St. James, NY 11780
Tel: 382382-5105
Principal:
Asst. Principal:
Kevin Simmons, Ed.D.
Matthew J. Furey
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Accompsett Elementary School
1 Lincoln St., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-1695
Tel: 382382-4155
Principal:
Assistant Principal:
Jeanne KullKull-Minarik
Jill M. Kristoff
PTA PRESIDENTS
Branch Brook Elementary School
15 Ridgely Rd., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-5399
Tel: 382382-4205
Principal:
Ireen Westrack
Dogwood Elementary School
50 Dogwood Dr., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-2299
Tel: 382382-4255
Principal:
Renee Carpenter
Mills Pond Elementary
246 Moriches Road, St. James, NY 1178011780-2158
Tel: 382382-4305
Principal:
Arlene Wild
Mt. Pleasant Elementary School
33 Plaisted Ave., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-4786
Tel: 382382-4355
Principal:
Joseph Ierano
HSE: Kerry Reilly DeJesus ([email protected]) 584584-2094
516 848HSW: Julie Indovino ([email protected])
848-9471
AMS: Suzanne Ziskin ([email protected])
516 659659-0303
GHMS: Mary Pat Holler ([email protected])
724724-3895
NMS: Catherine Amicizia ([email protected])
827827-3563
AE: Allyson Gelfand ([email protected])
780780-6185
BB: Steve Anderson ([email protected])
327327-1031
DE: Kim Lanflisi ([email protected])
979979-2585
MPE: Karen WontrobskiWontrobski-Ricciardi ([email protected]) 413413-4965
MTP: Sharon Schmidt ([email protected])
793793-9295
SJE: Lisa Raschdorf ([email protected])
275275-3944
SE: Jennifer Camilleri ([email protected])
979979-5011
TE: Bernadette Ackerman ([email protected])
516 503503-4837
ORGANIZATIONS
SMITHTOWN COUNCIL OF PTA’S (www.smithtowncouncil.com)
President.:
366President.: Jennifer Murray ([email protected])
366-6230
1st V.P.: Kerry DeJesus ([email protected])
584584-2094
2nd V.P.: Kim Lanflisi ([email protected])
979979-2585
Rec. Secy.: Nicole Capo ([email protected])
875875-9563
Corres. Secy.: Monica Tetuan ([email protected])
724724-7324
Treasurer: Gay Campisi ([email protected])
265265-4631
Past President: Kerry DeJesus ([email protected])
584584-2094
St. James Elementary School
580 Lake Ave., St. James, NY 1178011780-1999
Tel: 382382-4455
SEPTA
SEPTA Pres.: MaryRose Rafferty (PresSepta[email protected])
Principal:
Assistant Principal:
Chairperson: Theresa Knox ([email protected])
366366-0830
SMITHTOWN FRIENDS OF MUSIC
697697-1159
MaryGrace Lynch
Vincent L. Fantauzzi
Smithtown Elementary School
51 Lawrence Ave., Smithtown, NY 1178711787-3625
Tel: 382382-4505
Principal:
Janine Lavery
979979-4382
SMITHTOWN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
President: Silvana Penavic ([email protected])
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SMITHTOWN BOOSTER CLUB
President: Mike Smidt (www.smithtownboosterclub.org)
SMITHTOWN CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION
Tackan Elementary School
99 Midwood Ave., Nesconset, NY 1176711767-2099
Tel: 382382-2675
Principal:
Christine Fitzgerald ([email protected])
Allyn Leeds, Ed.D.
VISIT OUR WEBSITE:
www.smithtown.k12.ny.us
516 835835-1219
Calendar Changes:
September 24—HSE PTSA Meeting cancelled
October 2—Smithtown Council Advocacy Event at HSE
moved to October 22
October 22—Parent University and PTA Advocacy Event
7 PM at HSW
October 23—ESL Parent Orientation Night (changed from
10/22)
November 13—NMS Picture Re-Take Day
December 1—AMS Winter Concert Cancelled
December 3—AMS Winter Concert
December 8—AMS Winter Concert Cancelled
December 8-12—GHMS Winter Book Fair
December 10—HSE/HSW Fall Sports Dinner (changed
from 12/9)
December 10—AMS Winter Concert
December 13—Craft Fair at HSE (changed from HSW)
December 15—AMS Winter Concert
December 17—AMS Winter Concert
December 22—HSE Winter Concert IV
January 5—High School Financial Aid Night (changed
from 1/8)
January 12—AMS Winter Concert
January 21—AMS Winter Concert Cancelled
February 3—BBE Winter Concert (changed from 2/10)
February 10—BBE PTA Meeting (changed from 2/3)
February 12—SE Grade 5 Winter Concert
February 27—GHMS Musical—7:30 p.m.
February 28—GHMS Musical—1:00 p.m.
March 13—Smithtown College Scholarship Magic Show
at GHMS
March 20—AMS Musical—7:30 p.m.
March 21—AMS Musical—1:00 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
March 27—GHMS Dodge Through Hoops for Heart
Fundraiser (7:00-9:00 p.m.)
April 29—GHMS NJHS Induction—7:30 p.m. (changed
from 4/22)
April 30—World Cultures Celebration at HSW (changed
from 4/16)
May 6—GHMS PTA Meeting—6:30 p.m. (time changed
from 7:30 p.m.)
May 6—GHMS Spring Concert—7:30 p.m. (changed from
4/29)
May 9—HSE Senior Prom Mandatory Parent Meeting
(time changed to 8:30 a.m.)
May 11—AMS Spring Concert (changed from 5/18)
May 12—HSE Spring Concert I
May 14—HSE Spring Concert II
May 21—GHMS Grade 5 Parent Orientation—7:00 p.m.
(changed from 5/14)
May 21—HSE Jazz Festival
June 2—HSE Spring Concert IV
June 3—BBE Spring Concert (changed from 6/9)
June 11—HSE/HSW Spring Sports Dinner (changed from
6/9)
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HSE Freshman Orientation
HSW Freshman Orientation
AE School Supply Kits Pick Up 11 AMAM-3 PM
SJE Gr. 11-5 New Student Orientation 11:30 AM
SJE Gr. K Student Orientation 1:00 PM
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TE New Student Tour 11 AM
AMS Open House
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HSE/HSW Senior Info Night: College
Application Process @ HSE 7 PM
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg @ NYA 10 AM
GH Gr. 6 ID Photos
NMS ID Pictures
HSE/HSW Underclass Photos
HSW Back to School
DE PTA Committee Chair Mtg. 10 AN
MPE Room Rep Tea
SJE PTA Chairperson & Room Rep Tea 10 AM
NMS ID Pictures
HSE/HSW Underclass Photos
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
AE Class Parent Meeting
AE PTA & Chairperson Meeting 7 PM
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
MPE PTA Mteeting7 PM
MTP Gr. 33-5 Meet the Teacher Night
SJE Giftwrap Sale (9(9-24)
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TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
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MPE Gr. KK-1 Meet the Teacher Night 7 PM
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
SJE Gr. KK-2 Meet the Teacher Night
GH Spirit Card Fundraiser (through 9/24)
NMS Yearbook Photos
AMS Gr. 6 Meet the Teacher Night
GH Gr. 7 Meet the Teacher Night 7 PM
NMS Yearbook Photos
NMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
SE Class Parent Tea 2:45 PM
HSE Class of 2015 Photos
HSE Meet the Teacher Night
HSW Senior Retakes
HSW Safe Driving
HSW PTSA Meeting
IAB Mtg. @ Landing Country Club 33-5 PM
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
DE PTA Class Parent Mtg. 10 AM
MPE Spirit Day
MPE Rainbow of Reading Celebration
MTP School Pictures
SJE Gr. 5 Sports Night
AMS Yearbook Pictures
AMS Spirit Day
HSE Class of 2015 Photos
HSW Senior Retakes
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AE Gr. 33-5 Meet the Teacher Night
BB Gr. 33-5 Meet the Teacher Night
MPE Gr. 22-3 Meet the Teacher Night 7 PM
SJE Gr. 33-5 Meet the Teacher Night
SE Parent Teacher Night
TE Gr. KK-2 Meet the Teacher Night
HSE Safe Driving Class
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BB Wrapping Paper Fundraiser Ends
DE Gr. 33-5 Meet the Teacher Night
MPE Gr. 44-5 Meet the Teacher Night 7 PM
TE Gr. 33-5 Meet the Teacher Night
DE Gr. K Parent Tea 10 AM
Sat
AMS Student ID Pictures
BB Wrapping Paper Fundraiser Begins
DE PTA Meeting 7 PM
GH Gr. 6 Meet the Teacher Night 7 PM
College Scholarship Mtg.—
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PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
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GH Yearbook Photo
HSE/HSW Gr. 10 &11 College Testing
Info Night @ HSW 7 PM
BB School Photos
MTP Book Fair (10/3(10/3-9)
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BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE PTA Meeting 10 AM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
SJE PTA Meeting 7 PM
SE PTA Meeting 10:30 AM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS PTA Meeting 10 AM
NMS Team 7B & Gr. 8 Meet the Teacher
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ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
AE Flower Sale
MPE Gr. 5 Sports Night 7 PM
HSW World Language Honor Inductions
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BB Book Fair
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MPE AIS Parent Orientation
SJE PARP Night & Book Fair
SE Gr. KK-2 Picture Day
AE Blood Drive
BB Book Fair
DE School Photos
MPE Gr. 4 Sports Night 7 PM
SE Gr. 33-5 Picture Day
HSE World Language Induction
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSW PTSA Meeting
IAB Mtg. @ HSW 33-5 PM
DE School Photos
DE Gr. 5 Sports Night 7 PM
SJE Gr. 4 Sports Night
HSE Pep Rally
HSE/HSW PSAT
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Parent University and PTA Advocacy
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SJE Blood Drive
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ESL Parent Orientation 7 PM at HSW
MTP Gr. 4 Circus 7 PM
SJE Fall Festival
AMS Gr. 6 Dance
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Connections Show)
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
BB Blood Drive
MPE Gr. 3 Sports Night 7 PM
HSE Fall Drama Production
HSW Club Photos
AE Game Night
BB Picture Retakes
DE Gr. 4 Sports Night 7 PM
AMS Yearbook Picture Retakes
AMS Gr. 7 & 8 Dance
HSE Fall Drama Production
Sat
END OF FIRST QUARTER
8
SAT @ HSW
HSE Fall Drama Production
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
9
10
11
First Day MS Early Winter Sports
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
16
23
VETERANS’
DAY
13
14
15
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
MPE Gr. 2 Sports Night 7 PM
GH Yearbook Photo ReRe-take
NMS Picture ReRe-Take Day
HSE/HSW 9th Grade Night: Welcome
Freshman/Transition to HS @ HSE 7 PM
HSW PTSA Meeting
IAB Mtg. @ SCNB 5:305:30-7:30 PM
MTP Picture Makeups
SJE Gr. 3 Sports Night 7 PM
HSW Winter Drama
SCMEA Day of Tuba & Euphonium @ HSW
HSW Winter Drama
22
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21
AE PTA Meeting
DE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
SJE PTA Meeting 7 PM
SE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS AllAll-Star Ceremony Period 1
HSE Dancing with the Teachers 6:30 PM
First Day HS Winter Sports
AE Book Fair
GH Music & NJHS Photos
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
Business Olympics @ HSW 22-8 PM
3rd Grade Play @ HSW
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
MPE Spirit Day
SJE Gr. 2 Sports Night 7 PM
SE Picture Retake & Gr. 5 Class Photo
AMS Spirit Day
GH Gr. 7 Dance 77-9 PM
24
25 Board of Education
26
27
28
DE Picture Retake Day
GH MVTP Breakfast 8 AM
30
12
MTP American Ed. Week (through 11/21)
AMS Cool to be Kind Week (through 11/21)
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
Emergency Management Early Dismissal
Drill
HSW Blood Drive
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30
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Mon
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7
8
GH Winter Book Fair (through 12/12)
GH Winter Concert
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
Tue
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AE PTA Holiday Social
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
MTP PTA Meeting 9:30 AM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
AMS Winter Concert
NMS Winter Concert 7:30 PM
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
GH Gr. 8 Dance 77-9 PM
10
11
12
13
AE Picture Retake
BB Holiday Boutique
MTP Holiday Shoppe
MTP Holiday Activity Night
HSE Winter Concert I
HSW Concert II
BB Holiday Boutique
MTP Holiday Activity Night
International Business Career Day @HSW
TE Holiday Breakfast 10 AM—
AM—12 PM
HSE Craft Fair
SJE Holiday Boutique
SE Book Fair and Holiday Boutique
HSW Concert I
MTP Holiday Shoppe
SJE Holiday Boutique
SE Book Fair and Holiday Boutique
AMS Winter Concert
GH Winter Concert
NMS PTA Meeting 10 AM
NMS Winter Concert 7:30 PM
HSE/HSW Fall Sports Dinner
Elem. Par./Teach. Conf. 1/2 day elem.
Elem. Par./Teach. Conf. no elementary
Students
20
9 Board of Education
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
15
16
17
18
19
AMS Winter Concert
GH Winter Concert
NMS Winter Concert 7:30 PM
MPE PTA Mtg. 9:30 AM
SE PTA Meeting 10:30 AM
HSE Winter Concert II
HSW Concert III
AMS Winter Concert
GH Winter Concert
NMS Winter Concert 7:30 PM
HSE Blood Drive
AMS Students of Distinction Breakfast
HSE Winter Concert III
HSW Concert IV
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
MPE Spirit Day
AMS Spirit Day
22
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HSE Winter Concert IV
WINTER RECESS
29
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28
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AE PTA Meeting 10 AM
AE Winter Concert 7 PM
AE New Year’s Celebration
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE PTA Meeting 10 AM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
SE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
AE K Registration
AE K Registration
AE PTA Dinner Theatre
BB New Year’s Ball
12
13 Board of Education
BB K Registration
AMS Winter Concert
GH Winter Concert
NMS Winter Concert 7:30 PM
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
18
19
MARTIN LUTHER
KING JR. DAY
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
BB K Registration
SJE PTA Meeting 10 AM
10
14
15
16
DE K Registration
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH Winter Concert
NMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE K Registration
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSW PTSA Meeting
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
DE Gr. 3 Sports Night 7 PM
MPE K Registration
SJE Gr. 1 Sports Night 7 PM
17
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23
BB Book Fair
MPE K Registration
AMS “Cool to Read” Week (through 1/23)
BB Book Fair
MTP K Registration
BB Book Fair
MTP K Registration
IAB Mtg. @ HSE 33-5 PM
SJE K Registration
24
28
29
30
SE K Registration
TE K Registration
HSE Senior Banquet at Flowerfields
HSW Senior Banquet
DE PTA Family Fun Night 7 PM
MPE Spirit Day
TE K Registration
AMS Spirit Day
GH Gr. 6 Dance 77-9 PM
NMS Talent Show 7:30 PM
Evening K Registration—
Registration—5:305:30-8:00 PM
25
26
AE PARP
DE PARP Begins
MTP PARP Kickoff
SJE K Registration
27 Board of Education
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
MPE Instrumental Winter Concert
SE K Registration
Evening K Registration—
Registration—5:305:30-8:00 PM
Regents Exams
Regents Exams
Regents Exams
Regents Exams
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11
2
5
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10
Fri
HSE/HSW Gr. 11 & 12 College Financial
Aid Night for HS @ HSW 7 PM
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
SEPTA Mtg. 7 PM @ NYA Rm. 222A
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WINTER RECESS
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END OF SECOND QUARTER
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February 2015
Mon
Tue
Wed
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5
AE PTA Meeting 7 PM
BB Winter Concert
DE Winter Concert 7 PM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
SJE PTA Meeting 10 AM
SE PTA Meeting 10:30 AM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS AllAll-Star Breakfast Period 1
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
10 Board of Education
9
16
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE Book Fair Evening 66-8 PM
DE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MTP Winter Concert
SJE Winter Concert at NMS
GH Star Student Breakfast 8 AM
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Sat
7
Superintendent’s
Conference Day
1/2 Day Students
11
12
13
SE Grade 5 Winter Concert
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSW PTSA Meeting
HSW National Honor Society Inductions
DE Gr. 2 Sports Night 7 PM
DE PARP Ends
MTP PARP Ends
18
19
20
14
21
MIDMID-WINTER RECESS
24 Board of Education
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
AE Winter Olympics
S
2
Fri
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH Blood Drive 33-8 PM
NMS PTA Meeting 10 AM
F
1
HSW International Night
PRESIDENT’S
DAY
22
Thu
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
SEPTA Mtg. 7 PM @ NYA Rm. 222A
DE Book Fair Week
SJE Winter Concert at NMS
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
15
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27
28
HSW Blood Drive
AMS Students of Distinction Breakfast
GH Musical 7:30 PM
HSE National HS Induction
MPE Spirit Day
SJE Gr. K Sports Night 6 PM
AMS Spirit Day
GH Musical 7:30 PM
GH Musical 1 PM
February 2015
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7
SJE Healthy Habits
SEPTA Mtg. 7 PM @ NYA Rm. 222A
AE PTA Meeting 7 PM
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE PTA Meeting 10 AM
MPE PTA Meeting 9:30 AM
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
SJE PTA Meeting 7 PM
SE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSE Musical Production—
Production—Senior
Connections Show
HSW Senior Connections Musical
Performance
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
MPE Gr. 1 Sports Night 7 PM
HSE Musical Production
HSW Musical
DE Gr. 1 Sports Night 7 PM
GH Gr. 7 Dance 77-9 PM
HSE Musical Production
HSW Musical
HSE Musical Production
HSW Musical
SCMEA Div. II AllAll-County Rehearsals @
HSE
9
10 Board of Education
11
12
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
MPE Gr. K Sports Night 7 PM
AMS/GHMS/NMS College Financial Aid
Night for Middle School @ HSW 7PM
HSE International Night
HSW PTSA Meeting
13 Elem. Par./Teach. Conf. 1/2 day
elementary students
First Day HS Spring Sports
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
15
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16
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
District 4th Grade Instrumental Music
Presentation @ HSE—
HSE—7 PM
17
SJE Food Drive (through 3/27)
HSE & HSW Winter Sports Dinner
22
23
HSE Gala Concert (snow date)
MTP Book Fair (through 3/27)
24 Board of Education
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
29
30
31
HSW Gala Concert (snow date)
MTP PTA Meeting 9:30 AM
First Day MS Spring Sports
MTP Talent Show
TE Gr. 5 Chorus Concert
18
19
HSE/HSW Mini College Day
Young People’s Concert at HSE
SJE Skate Night
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSW Fashion Show - Flowerfields
IAB Mtg. @ HSW 33-5 PM
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
BB FatherFather-Daughter Dance
GH Smithtown College Scholarship Magic
Show
SCMEA Div. II AllAll-County Rehearsals @ HSE
Female Power Brunch @ HSW
20
Superintendent’s
Conference Day
Staff Only
14
SAT @ HSW
SCMEA Div. II AllAll-County Rehearsals @
HSE
Smithtown’s Got Talent @ HSW
21
AMS Musical 1 PM, 7:30 PM
HSE Gala Concert
AMS Musical 7:30 PM
25
26
27
28
BB Blood Drive
HSE Fashion Show at Flowerfields 7 PM
Young People’s Concert at HSW
BB Spring Photos
MPE Spirit Day
MTP Talent Show Dress Rehearsal 7:45 AM
AMS Spirit Day
AMS Drama Club Musical Production
GH Dodge Through Hoops for Heart
Fundraiser—
Fundraiser—7–9:00 PM
NMS Musical 7:30 PM
AMS Drama Club Musical Production
NMS Musical 1:00 PM
HSW Gala Concert
March 2015
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Wed
Thu
1
2
SJE PrePre-Order Plant Sale (4/1(4/1-4/17)
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS AllAll-Star Breakfast Period 1
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
8
9
END OF THIRD QUARTER
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4
SPRING RECESS
10
11
18
SPRING RECESS
12
13
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
SEPTA Mtg. 7 PM @ NYA Rm. 222A
19
20
14 Board of Education
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
AE PTA Meeting 7 PM
BB PTA Meeting 7 PM
DE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
SJE PTA Meeting 7 PM
15
16
17
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NYSSMA Solo & Ensemble Satellite
Festival @ HSW
NYSSMA Solo & Ensemble Satellite
Festival @ HSW
HSW PTSA Meeting
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
DE Gr. K Sports Night 7:PM
HSE Math Fun Night
NYS ELA Gr. 33-8
NYS ELA Gr. 33-8
NYS ELA Gr. 33-8
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22
23
24
25
SE PTA Meeting 10:30 AM
GH MVTP Breakfast 8 AM
TE Gr. K Orientation 6:30 PM
HSW Jazz Festival
AE Spring Pictures
Gr. 11 Evening College Fair @ HSW 7 PM
MPE Spirit Day
AMS Gr. 6 Dance
AMS Spirit Day
HSE Junior Prom
AMS Spring Cleanup
NYS Math Gr. 33-8
NYS Math Gr. 33-8
NYS Math Gr. 33-8
26
27
GH Spring Concert
NYSSMA Major Org. (Band/Orch) @ HSE
28 Board of Education
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
29
30
AMS NJHS Induction
GH NJHS Induction 7:30 PM
NMS NJHS Inductions 7:30 PM
SE Staff Appreciation Lunch
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSE Safe Driving at NMS
HSW World Cultures Showcase
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Sat
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AMS Gr. 7 Dance
HSW Tournament of Plays
SAT @ HSW
6
7
8
9
AE PTA Meeting 7 PM
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE PTA Meeting 10 AM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSE Ease into East
HSE/HSW AP Testing
AE Spring Flower Sale
MTP Plant Sale
AMS Gr. 5 Parent Orientation 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 630 PM
GH Spring Concert 7:30 PM
NMS Spring Concert 7:30 PM
HSE/HSW AP Testing
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
DE Plant Sale
MTP Plant Sale
HSE English HS Induction
HSE/HSW AP Testing
HSW Safe Driving
Gr. 6 Athletic Orientation 7 PM @ NMS
Bus. Etiquette Dinner @ Landing Country
Club 6 PM
SE PTA Plant Sale
AMS Staff Appreciation Day
HSE/HSW AP Testing
HSE Senior Prom Mandatory Parent
Meeting 8:30 AM
12 Board of Education
11
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
MPE Interdisciplinary Fair and Concert
MTP Staff Appreciation Day
SJE PTA Meeting 7 PM
TE Band/Orchestra Spring Concert
GH Star Student Breakfast 8 AM
HSE Spring Festival I
HSE/HSW AP Testing
19 Budget Vote & BOE
18
Elections
SJE Blood Drive
SE Gr. K Parent Orientation 6 PM
SE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSW Concert I
26 Board of Education
25
MEMORIAL
DAY
31
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9
5
DE Gr. K Field Day
GH Spring Concert
NMS Spring Concert 7:30 PM
HSW Thespian Inductions
24
Thu
W
1
8
4
MTP Gr. K Screenings (through 5/15)
AMS Spring Concert
GH Spring Concert
NMS Spring Concert 7:30 PM
HSE/HSW AP Testing
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
17
Wed
T
SJE Plant Sale and PrePre-Order Pick Up
AMS Spring Concert
GH Spring Concert
HSE/HSW AP Testing
SEPTA Mtg. 7 PM @ NYA Rm. 222A
NYSESLAT (Listening, Reading, Writing)
Gr. KK-12 (5/4(5/4-5/15)
10
Tue
M
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
13
14
15
16
DE Staff Appreciation Day
AMS Spring Concert
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH Spring Concert
NMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS Spring Concert 7:30 PM
HSE/HSW AP Testing
HSE Senior Prom Mandatory Parent
Meeting 7:30 PM
SE Field Day
AMS Gr. 5 Student Visitation (AE)
HSE Rotary Awards
HSE Tech HS Induction 6 PM
HSE Spring Concert II
HSE/HSW AP Testing
HSW PTSA Meeting
AMS Gr. 5 Student Visitation (SE)
HSE Science Awards
HSE/HSW AP Testing
Elementary Music Festival—
Festival—Rehearsal @
HSW 4:454:45-7:30 PM
Elementary Music Festival—
Festival—Rehearsal/
Concert @ HSW 9 AMAM-12 PM
20
21
22
23
DE Gr. 11-5 Field Day
MTP Staff Appreciation Day
AMS Students of Distinction Breakfast
AMS Spring Concert
NMS Spring Concert 7:30 PM
AP History Conference @ HSW
Business Awards Ceremony @ HSW 6 PM
SE Field Day (rain date)
GH Gr. 5 Parent Orientation 7 PM
HSE Gold Cord Awards
HSE Jazz Festival
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
HSW Junior Prom
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
30
27
28
29
DE Gr. K Field Day (rain date)
MPE Field Day
GH Spring Concert
NMS Gr. 5 Parent Orientation 7:30 PM
DE Gr. 11-5 Field Day (rain date)
SJE Field Day
HSE Spring Concert III
HSW Concert II
MPE field Day (rain date)
MPE Spirit Day
SJE Field Day (rain date)
AMS Spirit Day
HSE Math HS Induction
HSW Walk Into West
July 2015
May 2015
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5
MTP Field Day
TE Field Day
AMS Friendship Games
GH Friendship Games 4:30 PM
HSE/HSW Senior Awards at HSW @ 6:30 PM
IAB Mtg. @ HSE 33-5 PM
MTP Field Day (rain date #1)
AMS Students of Achievement Breakfast
AMS Gr. 8 Dance
GH Gr. 8 Dance 7:30 PM
HSE Senior Prom
9 Board of Education
10
11
12
AMS PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
GH PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
NMS AllAll-Star Breakfast Period 1
ArtsArts-inin-Ed Mtg. @ NYA 10 AM
TE PTA Chairpersons Dinner 7 PM
HSE Senior Picnic
HSE/HSW Gr.10 Night: Today, Tomorrow &
Beyond @ HSE 7 PM
HSW PTSA Meeting
HSE/HSW Spring Sports Dinner
MTP Field Day (rain date #2)
AMS Spirit Day
NMS Gr. 8 Social 77-10 PM
15
AE Gr. 5 Concert 7 PM
MPE PTA Meeting 7 PM
MTP Spring Concert
SJE Transition Tea
SJE Spring Concert at NMS
SE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
AMS Friendship Games (rain date)
16
17
22
23 Board of Education
AE, BB, DE, MTP Moving Up
MPE Gr. 5 Moving Up
SJE Moving Up 9:30 AM
SE Gr. 5 Moving Up 10 AM
TE Moving Up 2:00 PM
HSW Senior Prom
Regents Exams
18
19
Supt./PTA Mtg. 10 AM
HSE PTSA Meeting 7:30 PM
Senior Athletic Awards 7 PM @ HSW
MPE Gr. 5 Event
Regents Exams
Regents Exams
24 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
25
26
DE Gr. 5 Breakfast
AMS Gr. 8 Moving Up Day
GH Moving Up 8:30 AM
NMS Moving Up Ceremony Team 8A—
8A—
8:30 AM, Team 8B—
8B—11:00 AM
HSE Graduation
HSW Graduation
Superintendent’s
Conference Day
STAFF ONLY
Elementary 1/2 day
Elementary 1/2 day
Regents Exams
Regents Exams
Regents Exams
29
30
END OF FOURTH QUARTER
S
13
3
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
F
6
BB Spring Concert
DE Gr. 5 Gala
AMS Academic Awards Program
GH Academic Awards 7 PM
NMS Academic Awards Night 7:30 PM
Senior Music Awards Night @ HSE
8
T
12
2AE PTA End Of Year Dinner
Meeting - 8 PM @NYA
28
Thu
W
5
BB PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
DE Spring Concert 7 PM
MPE Instrumental Spring Concert
MTP PTA Meeting 7 PM
TE PTA Meeting 7:30 PM
AMS Spring Concert
HSE Spring Concert IV
HSW Concert IV
REGENTS TESTING DAY—
DAY—NO HS CLASSES
Regents Exams
21
Wed
T
1
8
1
SJE Spring Concert at NMS
PTA Council Mtg. 7:30 PM
14
Tue
M
GH Spring Concert
HSW Concert III
College Scholarship Mtg.—
Mtg.—NYA
SEPTA Mtg. 7 PM @ NYA Rm. 222A
Gr. 4 & 8 NYS Science Written
7
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13
20
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