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Commack Road Third-Graders Make ‘Big Plans’

Commack Road Third-Graders make ‘Big Plans’
Big Plans

After reading the Bob Shea book “Big Plans,” third-graders at Commack Road came up with their goals for third grade, for their school career and for adulthood. The students and teacher Shannon Dignam then discussed short-term and long-term goals in class.

“They were excited to talk about their goals for their future,” said Dignam. “I look forward to seeing these ‘big plans’ in action with this great bunch of third-graders.”


All Smiles On Islip’s Exciting First Day of School

All Smiles On Islip’s Exciting First Day of School
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All Smiles On Islip’s Exciting First Day of School 3

The first day of classes in Islip arrived on Sept. 5, with students in the district’s high school, middle school and Commack Road, Maud S. Sherwood and Wing elementary schools arriving to begin a new year of learning.

“I am so proud to be the principal of Islip Middle School, where the kids bring the innocence and joy that can easily be overlooked in our fast-paced world,” said Timothy Martin. “I am looking forward to an exciting year.”

“It was a great first day for the students at Sherwood,” said Principal Chad Walerstein. “It was nice to see all the new and returning smiling faces as they entered, and it was even better to hear students say how great their day went as they left for the day.”




Showcasing Heritage at Commack Road’s Diversity Day

Showcasing Heritage at Commack Road’s Diversity Day

Fifth-graders at Commack Road researched countries that represented their heritages, then showcased their social studies reports and projects – as well as tasty food – to visitors on the school’s inaugural Diversity Day.

“The students shared and celebrated the many cultures that make our school so unique and special,” said teacher Lori Knudsen. “It was very exciting to recognize the Commack Road community and what areas of the world we represent.”





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