With the help of math coach Mr. Tim Hellmuth, Mrs. Oland’s second grade class at Accompsett Elementary School, had the opportunity to practice their math skills using Senteo- a resource implemented using Smartboard technology.
Accompsett Elementary School’s second grade classes hosted their annual Fairy Tale Ball this Wednesday. Parents were invited to attend the Ball where they enjoyed singing, dancing, storytelling, and the celebration of children’s literature. Students and teachers entertained in costume, making it a truly magical experience. After the performance, parents accompanied their children back to their …
Smithtown High Schools Present a Pixar Themed Math Fun Night For students in grades 4 – 8 At Smithtown High School East Date: March 25th Time: 6:30-8:30pm Free food, prizes, and the chance to win a TI-Nspire Calculator Please bring a non-perishable food donation Students must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Math …
Life-sized dinosaurs took over Accompsett Elementary’s gymnasium Wednesday morning. Mr. Bob Lisaius, better known as “DinoMan,” took Accompsett’s second grade classes on a journey through the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras. During their travels, they learned about dinosaurs and the process of becoming a fossil.
Kindergarteners at Accompsett Elementary School celebrated the birthday of one of the greatest children’s writers in history- Dr. Seuss. Students celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with fun interactive activities which allowed them to look like some of their favorite characters! They also had the opportunity to read some of their favorite books written by the author.
Accompsett Elementary School’s Kindergarten classes celebrate 100 Days of School with Joe Guida, the singing bus driver. A former bus driver himself, Mr. Guida travels across Nassau and Suffolk County, teaching elementary students the importance of bus safety through song and dance.
Fourth graders at Accompsett Elementary School recently learned about American Indian culture. Teepees, artifacts, music and other interesting items were available for students to look at, walk through and discover.