62 Arrowhead Lane, East Setauket
Phone: (631) 730-4100  |  Fax: (631) 730-4104

Attendance/Health Office: 730-4110
Transportation Office: 730-5070, Fax: 730-5095
Weather Related Closing Information: 730-4050 Marisa Redden, Principal
Tanya Hurowitz, Assistant Principal
School Hours are 9:25 am - 3:40 pm
School Drop-Off/Pick-Up Procedure
Building Security Information



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 in our school.


Spring Into Art Poster

SRI Letter

March Kindness and Compassion Calendar

Aimsweb Letter

February Kindness and Compassion Calendar

Great Kindness Challenge Week Letter

January Kindness and Compassion Calendar

Winter Letter to Parents

December Kindness and Compassion Calendar

November Kindness and Compassion Calendar

Parent Letter on Social Media
A Parent’s Guide to the Common Core

Red Ribbon Week Parent Letter

Aimsweb Information regarding "well checks" for reading success

Autumn News

Important Allergy Letter

Principal's Welcome Back Letter

Bus Information Letter

Kindergarten Supply List

Open House Letter

Campus Portal Information Letter - Grades 1-5

Campus Portal Information Letter - Kindergarten



  2016-2017 Welcome Letters

Alu Welcome Letter
Bloom Welcome Letter

Busto (Rief) Welcome Letter
Castoro Welcome Letter
Connolly Welcome Letter

DeLorenzo Welcome Letter
Gallagher Welcome Letter
Giambalvo Welcome Letter
Guiffreda Welcome Letter
Hugues Welcome Letter
Kiriluk Welcome Letter
Inversa (Condron) and Cappiello's (Art Teachers) Welcome Letter
Maletta Welcome Letter
McGrath Welcome Letter
Metelenis Welcome Letter
Michalski Welcome Letter
Miller Welcome Letter
Mueller Welcome Letter
Nani Welcome Letter
Oestreicher Welcome Letter
Peters Welcome Letter
Prestia Welcome Letter
Shook Welcome Letter
Starr Welcome Letter
Stolfi Welcome Letter
Tarabocchia Welcome Letter
Tardo Welcome Letter
Theofield Welcome Letter
Third Grade Welcome Letter
Vosilla Welcome Letter
Wallace Welcome Letter
Walsh Welcome Letter


2016-2017 Supply Lists

Busto (Rief) Supply List
Castoro Supply List
Connolly Supply List

DeLorenzo Supply List
Giambalvo Supply List
Metelenis Supply List
Oestreicher Supply List
Peters Supply List
Prestia Supply List
Shook Supply List
Tarabocchia Supply List

Sixth Grade Supply List
Fifth Grade Supply List
Fourth Grade Supply List
Third Grade Supply List
Second Grade Supply List
First Grade Supply List
Kindergarten Supply List


Health Office Letter to Parents

Changes to the 2016 Grade 3-8 Assessments: What Parents Need to Know

Computer Crimes Unit Presentation Letter

Go Math Information

Go Math! 2015 Parent Welcome Letter

Welcome Letter from the New Assistant Principal

Library Letter

"Frequently Asked Questions" on State Assessments

Security Letter

Presentation on the District's IG & PI Programs








Current News

Friendship Superheroes

Friendship Superheroes

Nassakeag and Arrowhead Elementary School students learned how to be friendship superheroes and stand up for others during a recent character education assembly program called “Sweethearts and Heroes.”

During the events, presenter Tom Murphy spoke with the students about the definition of bullying and taught them his superhero “ABCs” to combat it. The students also learned the original meaning of a “bully,” as Mr. Murphy described that a “16th century bully” was actually considered a “sweetheart,” or someone who pushed a person to do their best through encouragement and determination. The program also included interactive components that further demonstrated the techniques the students could use to create a positive impact in the world.  

In addition to the assembly programs, the school’s sixth-graders attended a training session with Rick Yarosh, the “wounded warrior.”  Mr. Yarosh spoke about how his life was suddenly changed, the importance of never giving up hope and how everyone should be treated with respect.  
To help ensure the program’s message had a lasting impact on the school community, the buildings’ teachers also attended informative workshops with the presenters.

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