“Plant a Bulb” an AEL Tradition

This year’s annual “Plant a Bulb” event took place on Thursday, October 3rd. With the help of our wonderful parent volunteers, new students, faculty, and staff gathered in the courtyard to each plant their own bulb. With this gesture, participants ensured not only the success of the growing plant but the success of each of …


Technology Integration at Accompsett Elementary

With the ever changing world in which we reside, technology integration has become of the utmost importance for assisting students in the introduction, reinforcement, and mastery of curriculum goals. Accompsett Kindergarten students were recently introduced to the Computer Lab, where they were all “keyed” in for success as they practiced proper hand positioning and usage …


A Grand Ole Time

Accompsett Elementary School opened its doors to approximately 400 grandparents and special guests of the school’s kindergartners and first-graders for Grandparents Day, an event that allows youngsters to show what they are learning in class and have some fun bonding with their elders. Grandparents Day has taken on many forms through the years, according to …


Meet the Teacher Night (K-2)

On Tuesday, September 16th, Accompsett parents were welcomed with open arms for AEL’s annual Meet the Teacher Night. Parents had the opportunity to meet the educators who work with their children each and every day. Teachers informed parents of the education their children will be receiving and gave them the materials and resources to optimally …

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BBE visits AEL for Chess Tournament

Branch Brook Elementary School students recently visited Accompsett Elementary School for their annual Chess Tournament. With the help of Mr. Shivokevich, the Chess Club supervisor at Accompsett, and Mr. Belyea, the Chess Club supervisor at Branch Brook, this event was made possible.


5th grade students attend Math Tournament

  On Tuesday, May 27th, five exceptional fifth grade students from Accompsett Elementary School had the opportunity to participate in the Suffolk County Math Tournament held at Stony Brook University. Under the direction and supervision of fifth grade teacher, Mr. Rogers, the Accompsett team put their math skills to the test!