25 Mud Road, Setauket NY 11733
Phone: (631) 730-4700  |  Fax: (631) 730-4707

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Attendance/Health Office - 730-4710, Fax: 730-4752            
Transportation Office: 730-5070, Fax: 730-5095
Weather Related Closing Information: 730-4050

William S. Bernhard, Principal            
Corinne Keane,
Assistant Principal
Matthew Fyfe
, Dean of Students

School Hours: 7:35 a.m.-2:20 p.m.
           


 

   

 

INCOMING GRADE 7 ORIENTATION/WALKTHROUGH
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30TH FROM 9 - 11 AM

 
 STUDENTS' SCHEDULES WILL BE RELEASED VIA THE PORTAL ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17TH

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Paul J. Gelinas Junior High School is committed to providing the highest quality educational experience which nurtures students' academic, social, emotional and physical development.  We believe that staff members, students, parents and community share responsibility in fostering life-long learning within a positive, supportive, safe and respectful environment.  Our collective efforts will afford all students the opportunity to reach their fullest potential while inspiring them to become valued and contributing members of society.

 

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Current News

Mathematical Win

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P.J. Gelinas Junior High School students William Sun, Ben Templeton, Grant Yu, Rebecca Zhang and Nancy Zhong represented their school and community well as they competed in the 2016 Museum of Mathematics’ Tournament of Champions this spring.

The team qualified for the event after their first-place finish in the Suffolk County Regional Tournament, held on Pi Day, March 14. The contest consisted of individual, team and relay rounds with extremely challenging math questions in each portion.

As a result of their hard work and dedication, the Gelinas team placed second out of the 12 championship teams that qualified from other regions. The team was joined at the contest by teacher Stan Hanscom.

National Spotlight

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After capturing victories on the regional and state levels, P.J. Gelinas Junior High School’s and Ward Melville High School’s Science Olympiad Teams represented the school district and Long Island at the national tournament this spring.

As a result of their dedication and talents, Gelinas placed 10th in the nation and took home medals in the following events: Fossils, third-place; Reach for the Stars, third-place; Bio Process Lab, fourth-place; Crave the Wave, fifth-place; Disease Detective, second-place; Food Science, second-place; and Scrambler, fifth-place. Ward Melville placed 24th in the nation and won medals in the following events: Experimental Design, first-place, and Write It/Do It, fifth-place.

The National Science Olympiad Tournament was held at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and each division (middle and high school) included 60 teams from nearly every state in the nation. Two teams from New York qualified for the national tournament by placing first or second in the state contest. Each team consisted of 15 members who competed in 23 events. Medals were awarded to the top six places for each event.
 
Earlier this year, Gelinas placed first in the Eastern Long Island Regional Tournament and first in New York State. Ward Melville was ranked first at the Eastern Long Island Regional competition and second in New York State.





Meet William Bernhard, Principal of Paul J. Gelinas Junior High School

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