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Arrowhead Elementary School

Address: 62 Arrowhead Lane, East Setauket, NY 11733
Main Office: (631) 730‑4100
Fax: (631) 730‑4104
Principal: Marisa Redden
Asst. Principal: Tanya Hurowitz
School Hours: 9:25 A.M - 3:40 P.M.
Pre-K Hours: 8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. (AM Session: 8:45 - 11:15; PM Session: 12:45 - 3:15)

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School Vision Statement

Arrowhead Elementary School is dedicated to providing the best education possible for all students and to motivate students to become life-long learners. We are dedicated to enabling students to grow socially and emotionally in an accepting climate. Together, we will work to create an environment of respect and to foster an atmosphere that celebrates differences within our school. 


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ALL parents/guardians must complete the Online Registration Application to update contact information and review and acknowledge the Code of Conduct and Chromebook User Agreements.


Title I Information

Arrowhead School has been designated as a Title 1 school.  Title 1 schools are provided academic intervention assistance to eligible students from the federal government. For additional information, please refer to Three Village CSD Board Policy 1900: Parental Involvement.


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Arrowhead Donates to ALS Ride for Life

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Arrowhead Elementary School students and faculty lined the bus circle with exuberance and colorful posters and banners in hand on May 22 to welcome riders participating in the 2024 ALS Ride For Life. The students donated $1,710 for the organization, which was proudly presented to organizers and riders during this momentous occasion.

In attendance were riders Jay Epstein, Desi Kessler, Paul Weisman and Paul Werner who have been battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a fatal motor neuron disease that causes degeneration of nerve cells in the spinal cord and brain. President and Chairperson of ALS Ride for Life Ray Manzoni, ALS School and Ride Coordinator Barbara Brown and board member Christine Pendergast also marched with the riders and students.

On behalf of the students, fourth grade teacher Gina Schwartz said, “We know there is a cure blowing in the wind. Never underestimate the power of your mission.”

The ALS Ride for Life was started by Chris Pendergast in 1997. He battled the disease for 28 years, and since his death in 2020, the foundation and ALS Ride for Life continues in his memory.

During the school year, Ms. Schwartz’s fourth graders, along with Mrs. Swart’s and Mrs. Callan’s prekindergarten enrichment classes, sponsored fundraisers. In May, the students sponsored Dream for a Cure for ALS where students and faculty wore their pajamas to school and generously donated to ALS and wore baseball caps and team attire for Strike Out ALS. There was also an online donation page and the sale of ice pops and ALS bracelets.

After the ceremony, the students had the opportunity to meet the riders and to express their hopes for a cure.

Date Added: 5/29/2024

Sixth Grade Mural at Arrowhead

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Sixth graders at Arrowhead Elementary School recently completed a mural that will be displayed in the building’s cafeteria. Each year, the sixth grade class creates a mural to leave their mark before heading to junior high school!

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Date Added: 5/16/2024

Arrowhead Walks for Autism Awareness

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The Arrowhead Elementary School community celebrated Autism Acceptance Month throughout April. The building held a kickoff assembly on April 8 to explain the many events the building would be holding to promote inclusion and raise awareness about autism. Teachers and students led several fundraisers, as well as a spirit week centered around autism acceptance and awareness.

The celebrations culminated with a schoolwide Autism Awareness Walk on April 19. At the walk, teachers presented a $1,095 check from the building’s fundraising efforts. The funds will benefit various organizations supporting autism awareness. Additionally, the building’s Autism Ambassadors were introduced. One student was selected from each grade level after being nominated by their classroom teacher to share what they’ve learned about autism during April. The afternoon ended with a schoolwide walk for students and staff to come together for the cause.

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Date Added: 4/23/2024