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Welcome to Islip Middle School

211 Main Street
Islip NY 11751

School Hours: 8:20 a.m. – 2:24 p.m.

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Telephone Directory
Main Office: (631) 650-8500
Fax: (631) 650-8508
Principal’s Office: (631) 650-8505
Asst. Principal: (631) 650-8515
Guidance: (631) 650-8550
Health Office: (631) 650-8525
Attendance: (631) 650-8510

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Timothy P. Martin
Principal
Jason Cohen
Assistant Principal
 

 

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 Islip Middle School Staff

 

Principal's Message


June 2020

Greetings Islip Families,

Congratulations to all of our students for making the most out of this school year. This is certainly not the way we wanted to finish, but you made the most of what we had. It has been said many times, “When someone gives you lemons, make lemonade”, and you did. As we enter this summer season take a moment to reflect on this past year, and through all of the challenges, think about the things that went well and the successes you had. Learning from the past will help you pave the path to a positive future.

We all look forward to the year ahead and the possibilities that wait. In the meantime, turn off your screens, get outside, and always remember to keep a friendly distance.

Wishing you and your family a happy and healthy summer,

Dr. Timothy Martin

MS Teachers Line Up for Lawn Chair Parade

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The middle school’s teaching community welcomed its students and parents to a heartwarming lawn chair parade on May 26. Educators lined up in lawn chairs on the curb in front of the adjacent high school as the families drove past and waved hello.


EXCEL Students Teach Each Other Lessons Via Flipgrid

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Elementary and middle schoolers in Islip’s EXCEL program recently enjoyed a “Teacher Swap” virtual learning lesson via Flipgrid, in which the students were given the opportunity to become the teacher and teach a lesson of their choice. They first submitted lesson plans and then shared with their peers across grade levels, teaching each other everything from atomic structure to violin and gardening.