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211 Main Street
Islip NY 11751

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Timothy P. Martin
Jason Cohen
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Principal's Message

June 2021

Greetings to our Islip Middle School Families,

This past year has been a challenge, and through it all we persevered. I am incredibly proud of the children for making the most of a challenging situation and coming out on top. We are grateful for each new opening that comes our way enabling us to return to the world in which we knew. It’s been said many times, “you don’t know what you have, until you don’t have it”. Never has that phrase ever meant so much.

I hope this summer gives you time to appreciate the simple things in life we may not have had a year ago.

Until next time, I wish you all a happy and healthy summer.

Warm regards,

Dr. Timothy P. Martin


Islip Administrators Present Ways to Enhance School Climate and Culture

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Three district administrators – Islip Middle School Principal Timothy Martin, Islip Middle School Assistant Principal Jason Cohen and Director of Technology, Innovation and Information Systems Chad Walerstein – recently presented at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s annual conference. This three-day ASCD event, titled “Empowered and Connected,” was held virtually this year from June 23-25, due to the pandemic.

The Islip administrators’ presentation, “Culture First, Culture Last, Culture Always: Five Easy Steps to Enhancing School Culture for Students, Staff, and Families,” helps districts address issues of equity and excellence by enhancing school climate and culture. Islip’s comprehensive five-part approach (acknowledge, ask, analyze, act and assess) prioritizes equity for historically marginalized groups and establishes powerful connections between school culture, student and staff mental health, and academic performance.

“It is more important now than ever before to ensure learning communities have a positive climate and culture,” Martin said. “The clouds of the pandemic are looming and it is vital for school communities to seek positivity. Nearly 30 educators from across the nation joined our presentation and sought advice on how Islip goes about seeking feedback from stakeholders combining in-person outreach and technology.”    

Fun and Games Help Middle Schoolers Prepare for Ninth Grade

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In preparation for entering high school as freshmen this September, eighth graders at the middle school recently met with their high school counterparts. Led by the high school’s Peer Ambassadors, the two groups of students participated in fun games.

“You could not ask for a better day as middle schoolers and high schoolers got to know each other,” said Islip Middle School Principal Timothy Martin. “It was a great way to end one year and begin another.”



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