50 Dean Lane, Stony Brook NY 11790
Phone: (631) 730-4300  |  Fax: (631) 730-4309

Attendance/Health Office: 730-4310
Transportation Office: 730-5070, Fax: 730-5095
Weather Related Closing Information: 730-4050

Kathryn White, Principal
Merrilleen Heidrich, Assistant Principal

School Hours: 9:25 a.m.-3:40 p.m.

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Learning and Growing at Mount

 "If we're growing, we're always going to be out of our comfort zone."  - John Maxwell.

What is unique about the above picture?  Right in the middle of Ms. Pushee's second graders is one of Mount's sixth grade teachers, Mr. Lingner.  Mr. Linger stresses to his own class of sixth graders how it is important to always do your best and try new things that are going to challenge and inspire you.  Mr. Linger became a role model to his students when he picked up the book, "School's First Day of School ", by Adam Rex  and read to a group of second graders.  Mr. Lingner has been a sixth grade teacher his entire career, so reading a picture book to seven year olds was something he wanted to do to grow personally and professionally.

Mr. Lingner's relationship with Ms. Pushee's class will continue throughout the 2016 - 2017 school since his students will be buddies to the students in Ms. Pushee's class.  Children in each of the classes are paired up and become "buddies."  The first activity the buddies did together was create a Venn Diagram of similarities and differences.  As the year progresses, the buddies will meet to engage in activities that enhance the curriculum.



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Taking Care of Teddy


W.S. Mount Elementary School kindergarten students had the chance to act as emergency room doctors during a recent workshop with representatives from Stony Brook University.

Before suiting up as doctors for the “Teddy Bear Clinic,” the students were given important safety tips to keep in mind when riding in a car or on a bicycle. Then, wearing protective gloves, hairnets and facemasks, they took care of their most precious stuffed animals by adhering bandages and fitting braces and splints.

The program not only provided the young children with a variety of safety tips, but also helped ease their apprehensions of going to the doctor.

Prideful Patriot Homecoming


Patriot pride was at an all time high when Ward Melville High School celebrated homecoming 2016.

The weekend kicked off with a student pep rally on Friday afternoon and school spirit carried over to the community carnival held before the big football game on Saturday. Entertaining booths and displays created by representatives at each of the district’s schools and several high school organizations, blanketed the backfield at Ward Melville. Carnival attractions included spirited games, face-painting stations, bounce houses and an obstacle course.

Before the varsity football team took to the field, students from each of the district’s elementary schools proudly entered the stadium to display their submissions to this year’s banner contest. This year’s contest was themed “50 Years Strong” in recognition of the district celebrating its 50th anniversary. During half time, Minnesauke Elementary School was announced as the winner of the competition.

When the hometown Patriots took on the Patchogue-Medford Raiders, their weeks of preparation were evident. After a strong start, the Patriots earned a homecoming win and ended the game with a score of 35-22.

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