21 High Gate Drive, East Setauket NY 11733
Phone: (631) 730-4200 |  Fax: (631) 730-4204

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Attendance/Health Office - 730-4210
Transportation Office: 730-5070, Fax: 730-5095
Weather Related Closing Information - 730-4050

Brian Biscari, Ed.D., Principal
Linda Messina, Assistant Principal
Elementary Art Coordinator

School Hours:
8:43 a.m.-2:58 p.m

School Drop-Off/Pick-Up Procedure

Safety Protocols - Important Information!


Three Village Bond Resolution Information

 MINNESAUKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL VISION STATEMENT

Students of Minnesauke Elementary School will strive to achieve their highest academic potential while respecting themselves and all others as reflected in our Minnesauke STARS Pledge.

Minnesauke STARS are Sharing, Trustworthy, Accepting, Respectful, Serving

 

 


STUDENT ARRIVAL REMINDER:  Please remember to use caution and be mindful of the safety procedures when dropping off your children at school.  Cars are prohibited to pass stopped cars dropping off children in the student drop-off zone.  Please be sure students use the crosswalk and not walk in between cars. Please use caution when pulling away from the curb. Thank you.

Building Security/Instructional Program Integrity

Parent Input Survey for Student Placement 2016-2017

Lockdown Drill Information

2015-2016 Calendar Adjustment:  Please mark your calendars for the following calendar adjustments:  The Spring Concert is on Thursday, May 19th and the 6th Grade Moving Up Ceremony is on Monday, June 20th. 

Grades 3-8 Assessment Change Information


Go Math - Parent Welcome Letter

Parking Lot Safety Bus Safety
Important Allergy Information



Parent Authorization to Release at Bus Stop K-2 Students Only

Letter for Parents Regarding STEM Classes

May Character Calendar
Plant Fair Schedule
PTA Blood Drive - May 10th
Chorus Schedule May 2016
Icampus Letter for In-coming Kindergarten Parents 2016 - New


Upcoming Events:

Food Drive


PTA Information:

PTA Welcome Letter 2015
PTA Membership Form

Transportation
Bus transportation will be limited to designated bus routes and bus stops only. 
CHILD CARE: For long-term child care purposes only, permission to take a different bus to and/or from school may be granted by the school principal by advance written request from the student's parent or guardian.  The child care provider must be listed on the emergency contact card.

Current News

Family Fun

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Nearly 250 Minnesauke Elementary School students in grade 3-5 and their families enjoyed an evening of entertainment during this April’s Minnesauke Family Fun Night fundraiser.  

During the event, students participated in a variety of carnival type games for the chance to win prizes in the gymnasium and enjoyed face painting, dancing and snacks in the cafeteria.

Upon arriving at the event, attendees made donations to a worthy cause – more than $1,000 and many nonperishable food items were gifted to benefit local families in need.

Art Displayed at Capitol

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Original artwork created by Minnesauke Elementary School fourth-grader Ava Bavlnka was selected for showcase during this year’s Dr. King Children’s Essay and Fine Arts Display in Albany.

Ava’s drawing was of Dr. King embracing the Earth with the saying “Everything that is done in the world, is done by hope.” The piece also included the words “love, hope, peace, loyal, unity, kindness, respectful and stand strong” surrounding the shape of a heart.

Annually, this contest receives more than 4,000 submissions from 240 schools statewide. Entries include student essays, drawings, painting, sculpture and photography based on Dr. King’s six principals of nonviolence. Selected pieces are played on display on the concourse of the Empire State Plaza in Albany for one week prior to Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

According to the state’s website, the event is hosted to encourage students to learn more about Dr. King, his nonviolent philosophy and its application to current issues as well as empower students to pursue change through nonviolent methods.

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