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

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
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 MISSION 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 in our school.

  

 KINDERGARTEN PLAY DATE - THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 AT 10 A.M.

Welcome Back Letter 2015-2016

Open house 2015 Letter

Campus Portal Information Letter - Grades 1 - 5

Campus Portal Information Letter - Kindergarten

Summer Initiative Directions

Library Letter

Supply Lists 2015-2016

"Frequently Asked Questions" on State Assessments

NAEP Letter to Fourth Grade Parents

Security Letter

Parent Letter on Social Media

A Parent’s Guide to the Common Core

Presentation on the District's IG & PI Programs

 

  

Ice Bucket Challenge

ALS Association Letter of Thanks

Current News

Moving Up to JHS

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Memories and success stories flooded the minds of parents, students and educators in the Three Village Central School District as the elementary schools marked a milestone in the lives of this year’s sixth-grade class.

During the moving-up ceremonies, students reflected upon their years in each building, while faculty and staff members presented awards honoring individual scholars’ academic, athletic and community-minded achievements.

Melodic interludes at each ceremony showcased the students’ myriad of musical talents and left audiences with fond memories.

Just before the conclusion of each ceremony, the schools’ graduating classes were announced. As the students left their schools on this special day filled with an array of emotions, they were well prepared for life’s adventures ahead.




Commending Achievements

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The Board of Education honored and celebrated a myriad of accomplishments of both the district’s students and staff members at its June meeting.

W.S. Mount Elementary School second-grader Ryan Scriven was honored for his award-winning piece in this year’s New York State Association for Pupil Transportation School Bus Safety Poster Contest. Ryan received third place in Suffolk County for the K-2 division. His poster followed the contest’s theme of making the school bus a bully free zone.

Secondary student-scientists from R.C. Murphy and P.J. Gelinas junior high schools were honored for their successful competition seasons.

Murphy’s Science Bowl team was commended for their win at the Brookhaven National Laboratory/Long Island Regional Middle School Science Bowl contest. The team competed in the National Science Bowl Contest this spring.

Gelinas’ Science Olympiad team was also recognized for their 10th place finish at the National Science Olympiad Competition and for earning eight medals in the contest, including three first-place awards.

Gelinas eighth-grader Sahil Sangwan represented his school and district during this year’s National Spelling Bee in late May, making it to the third round.

The Board also thanked student representative George Zenzerovich for his year of service and presented the soon-to-be graduate with a scholarship for his continued education.

Walking for Warriors

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Arrowhead Elementary School sixth-graders laced up their shoes and participated in a walk that raised more than $5,400 for the Wounded Warrior Project.

The students prepared for the event by creating informational flyers and collecting pledges and donations. They also lined the bus circle with inspirational signs about the charity and sold Wounded Warrior Project bracelets and pins during a schoolwide donation day. The names of all donors were placed on a large banner that was on display during the walk.

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