134 Main Street, East Setauket NY 11733
Phone: (631) 730-4600  |  Fax: (631) 730-4604

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
Attendance/Health Office: 730-4610
Transportation Office: 730-5070, Fax: 730-5095
Weather Related Closing Information: 730-4050

Ms. Kristin Rimmer, Acting Principal
Mr. Robert Harrington, Interim Assistant Principal
School Hours:  9:25 a.m. to 3:40 p.m.

School Drop-Off/Pick-Up Procedure

Early Morning Drop Off Procedure
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SRI LETTER FOR 5TH & 6TH GRADE

Not So Spooky Gym Story/Pictures

How to interpret your AIMS Web Results Letter

Allergy Letter

GENERIC CLASS SUPPLY LIST PER GRADE

Information regarding 2016-17 School Year

      

 IMPORTANT SAFETY LETTER

  

Parents Click Here for "Go Math" Information


Teacher Welcome Letters and Supply Lists 

Kindergarten

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Mrs. Bard

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 Mrs. Cole
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Mrs. Freeman

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Mrs. Gunning

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 Kissing Hand Letter

1st Grade

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Ms. Augier

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Mrs. Biamonte

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Mrs. Pantelidis

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Mrs. Peck

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2nd Grade

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Mrs. Brown

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Mrs. Scali

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Mrs. Vohrer

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3rd Grade

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Mrs. Beck

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Mrs. Cocco

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Mr. DaVanzo

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Mrs. Severino

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Mrs. Zambujeiro and Mrs. Maltaghati

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4th Grade

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Ms. Brady

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Mr. Gustafson

1-Helpful Insights, 2-Bingo, 3-Student Letter

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Mrs. Hannemann

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 Supply List

Mrs. Negus

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5th Grade

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Mrs. Austin

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Mrs. D’Onofrio

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Mrs. Miele

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Mrs. Prinzo

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 Ms. Tortorici
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6th Grade

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Mrs. Castellano

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Mrs. Cimini

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Mr. Guez

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Ms. Lombardo

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   ALC CLASSES
 
 Mr. Savage
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 Mrs. Perrotta
 Welcome Letter
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 Mrs. Muzzonigro
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COMMON CORE STATE ASSESSMENTS - FAQ's

     

Important Information Regarding the Security Vestibule 

 

 Interpreting 3-8 ELA and Math Tests, Results, and Score Reports

Understanding the ELA Parent Report

Understanding the Mathematics Parent Report


 

  

Presentation on the District's IG & PI Programs

Parent Common Core Brochure

Parents Guide to the Common Core

 Diginity for All Students Act (DASA) Information
Letter to Parents - Recommended Protocol for District Email

Parenting Suggestions Regarding Technology

Click Here for Important Letter Regarding Social Media

 
 

Current News

Researching Greek Mythology

Researching Greek Mythology
As part of their social studies classes, Setauket Elementary School sixth-graders have been learning about ancient Greece and the impact the society had on the world today.

To help the students further understand the different gods and goddesses celebrated in the country, they made poster displays on an individual of their choice.  On each of the boards, which were hung in the school for all to enjoy, they included information on their chosen individual’s power symbols, character traits, relationships with other gods, family tree, what they represented and their Roman counterpart. Additionally, they read and summarized a myth about their chosen figure.

Heart Smart

Heart Smart

Setauket Elementary School students joined the American Heart Association’s Jump Rope for Heart initiative this winter, as they participated in a 10-station obstacle course in their physical education classes.

The students jumped rope, as well as danced and navigated through the different challenges as they worked to keep their hearts and bodies healthy. In addition to the health benefits for the event, the students also raised funds to support the American Heart Association’s work.
“It felt great to help raise funds knowing that they would help people with sick hearts,” said first-grader Lilly Rampone, who personally raised more than $200 by setting up a hot chocolate stand on her driveway.

Annually, Setauket School raises between $5,000-$8,000 for the American Heart Association.

This year, the school raised a total of $6,895.99 for the cause.









100 Reasons to Give

100 Reasons to Give
Setauket Elementary School students marked the 100th day of school through a community service initiative aimed at giving back to local families in need.

Kindergarten through third-grade students teamed up to collect 100 items per class for the district’s and local food pantries. Together they collected hundreds of nonperishable food items, toiletries and paper products for members of the community. The grades also shortened the collections by 10s and completed other math and writing projects based on the number 100.

Spelling Champ

Spelling Champ
As a result of her outstanding spelling skills, Setauket Elementary School fourth-grader Ava Himmelsbach has been named the winner in her school’s annual spelling bee.

Ava won the contest by correctly spelling “obligation” after competing in close to 30 challenging rounds against the building’s top spellers from grades four through six. She will now compete in the Long Island Spelling Bee at Hofstra University this February.


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