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Arrowhead Elementary School

Address: 62 Arrowhead Lane, East Setauket
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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Important Online Registration Information

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.

Current News

ALS Ride for Life Stops in Three Village

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The Ride for Life made its way across Three Village on May 16, making stops at Arrowhead Elementary School, R.C. Murphy Junior High School and Ward Melville High School. The Ride for Life is a major advocacy event to raise awareness about ALS and funds for patient support services.

Patients with ALS led the journey through Three Village while students lined up outside their schools, cheering positive messages. Local fire departments allowed for a grand entrance at each of the buildings.

At Arrowhead Elementary School, students presented the ALS Ride for Life with a $1,185 check. Mrs. Giambalvo and Mrs. Callan's fifth grade class, and Mrs. Schwarz’s fourth grade class, raised the money by selling ice pops, ALS bracelets and collecting donations during lunch periods. At R.C. Murphy Junior High School, the ninth grade chamber choir put on a performance for the organization.

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Date Added: 5/23/2023

Healthy Eating Mural

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Sixth graders at Arrowhead Elementary School recently completed an art project to beautify the cafeteria. The entire sixth grade took part in creating a mural that followed the theme, “healthy eating.” Art teachers Rachel Inversa and Lisa Cappiello guided students through the months-long project.

Date Added: 5/15/2023

Autism Awareness and Acceptance at Arrowhead

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Arrowhead Elementary School closed out Autism Acceptance Month with its second annual walk to raise awareness. Students created motivational flyers, posters and signs to display as they paraded outside the building. Additionally, students from each grade level were chosen as Autism Ambassadors and shared their thoughts and reflections during a ceremony. A $1475 check was presented to the school raised from fundraising events throughout the month.

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Date Added: 5/8/2023

Collaborative Art

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Ward Melville High School students brought designs created by first graders to life during a recent collaborative art project. First graders in Debbie Michalski’s class at Arrowhead Elementary School sketched character drawings using pencils. The drawings were then handed over to Courtney Weisman's graphic class at Ward Melville where students turned them into colorful works of fine art.

Once the graphic design pieces were complete. Ms. Weisman’s class visited Arrowhead Elementary School to unveil the creations. Students were excited to see their pencil sketches brought to life and connect with the older students.

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Date Added: 5/4/2023

‘Junk Art’ Earth Day Activity

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Arrowhead Elementary School second graders in Lorin Herrmann’s class learned the importance of the “three Rs” ahead of Earth Day – reduce, reuse and recycle. The class read an article called “Junk Art” and worked together in a hands-on activity to beautify the school grounds as well as make a positive impact on the environment.

Ms. Herrmann gathered old sweaters and cut them into squares. Students then patched them together to make a quilt. They applied what they learned in their recent measurement unit to find the circumference of a tree and made a colorful tree sweater. The collaborative effort showed students how “junk” can become art, all while helping the planet and bringing attention to the importance of trees.

Date Added: 4/25/2023