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Commack Road ENL Students Take Advantage of “Paw”sitive Reading Strategy

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English Language Learners at Commack Road Elementary School are using “pointer paws” to support fluency and accuracy while making reading fun. These literacy tools are one of several great reading strategies used by the school’s ENL teachers.

Date Added: 10/1/2022

Doubling Up at Commack Road’s Twin Day

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Students and staff at Commack Road Elementary School saw double on Twin Day, pairing up to dress in identical outfits to make things twice as much fun. The Sept. 21 event was part of the school’s Spirit Week celebrations in preparation for homecoming.

“We are always looking for fun ways to show our school and community spirit in Islip,” said Principal James Cameron. “Twin Day was a big hit with our students and teachers as we had teacher and student twins and even a few teacher twins, triplets and quadruplets!”

Date Added: 9/27/2022

Commack Road Students Make Art to Kick Off Spirit Week

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Second and fifth graders at Islip’s Commack Road Elementary School kicked off Homecoming Spirit Week on Sept. 19 by dressing in pajamas and utilizing the Art for Kids Hub website to create their own incredible art masterpieces.    

Date Added: 9/22/2022

First Day of School Exceeds Expectations

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Sept. 1 marked not only a new month, but the beginning of an exciting new school year for Islip’s students. At all five buildings – Islip High School, Islip Middle School, Commack Road Elementary School, Maud S. Sherwood Elementary School and Wing Elementary School – buses released smiling students who streamed into the halls, ready for the next step in their educations.

“Our first day at Islip High School exceeded expectations,” Principal Dr. Lara Gonzalez said. “It was a smooth opening – a testament to our wonderful students and staff. I am so grateful to be a part of this community as Islip continues its rise.”

“Islip Middle School is ready to bust out of the clouds of the pandemic and thrust into the sunshine of the future,” Principal Timothy Martin said. “We are all excited about the year ahead and the opportunities that await.”

“The first day at CRES was an amazing experience for all our students, families, staff and teachers,” Commack Road Principal James Cameron said. “We had plenty of excitement on the first day and ended with our annual welcoming parade for our youngest second-grade learners.”

“There was an overwhelming amount of positive energy at Sherwood’s opening day,” Principal Briana James said. “We are eager to welcome a new group of learners and can’t wait to kick off a year filled with new and exciting adventures. A new year of new opportunities has just begun.”

“It was a wonderful start to the new school year,” Wing Principal Catherine Glaser said. “There was such a great energy throughout the building. The children and staff were excited to be back together at Wing, and it was amazing to meet our youngest students as they joined us for the first time. I look forward to the wonderful experiences we have ahead of us this year as we build upon our students’ love of learning.”

Date Added: 9/13/2022

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