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Proposed Districtwide Safety Plan

The public is invited to review and comment on the Islip Union Free School District's Districtwide Safety Plan for the 2022-2023 school year. The plan may be viewed through the link below, or by clicking on the phrase "Districtwide Safety Plan" in the sentence above. All comments on the plan should be forwarded to no later than Friday, September 9, 2022. Following this public comment period, a public hearing on the plan will be held at the September 13, 2022 Board of Education meeting.


2022-2023 ESSA Consolidated Application

The 2022-2023 ESSA Consolidated Application is available for review. Please contact the Office of Curriculum & Instruction at 631-650-8240 if you would like to review it.

Information on New SCA Prevention Act

The Dominic Murray Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act became law as of July 1, 2022. For information on what Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is and measures that can be taken to prevent it, please read this letter from John Sparacio, our Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics.


La Ley de Prevencion de Paro Cardiaco Subito de Dominic Murray se convirtio en ley a partir del 1 de julio de 2022. Para obtener informacion sobre que es el paro cardiaco subito (SCA) y las medidas que se pueden tomar para prevenirlo, lea esta carta de John Sparacio, nuestro Director de Salud, Educacion Fisica y Atletismo.

Commack Road Poets Published in “Expressions”

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During the 2021-2022 school year, teacher Jennifer Beck entered work written by students in her fourth grade class at Islip’s Commack Road Elementary School into the America Library of Poetry contest. Two of her students, Emma Burke and Shea Wirtenson, were chosen. Burke’s “Sunshine” and Wirtenson’s “The Storm” were recently published in the student poetry collection “Expressions,” which is intended to bring critical acclaim to the work of exceptional young poets from across the United States.

Date Added: 8/1/2022

Islip EXCEL Graduates Recognized at Eclosion Celebration

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For the 11 Islip Middle School eighth graders in the district’s EXCEL gifted and talented program, June 15 marked the end of one era in their educational journey as they received certificates of completion at the program’s first Eclosion Celebration. Students Connor Ancipink, William Cheung, Kieran Freelin, Fiona Hamilton, Richie Lin, Nelysa Petersen, Wesley Plotke, Eve Schnatz, Aisha Shrivardhankar, Vincent Tyre and Jadyn Zink were officially recognized as program graduates in front of their proud parents during the event.

The informal celebration highlighted the endeavors, adventures and accolades the students have experienced since they began the program in fourth grade. EXCEL Coordinator Julia Johnson spoke about the varying disciplines studied in the EXCEL room, such as flying drones, writing poetry, debating philosophy, creating documentaries, and exploring global citizenship and neuroscience. 

“What’s awesome is that I got to watch the growth of your children throughout this,” Johnson told the parents. “I’ve watched them grow as writers, watched them engage in all these hands-on opportunities to figure out who they are as individuals, how they work with others, and slowly they are becoming themselves. We know that this is only the beginning, so tonight is our chance to honor them on that journey. It has truly been my honor to guide them through this experience of self-discovery, of self-creation, of emergence, and to witness them connect to the highest versions of themselves right now.”

Date Added: 8/1/2022