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Chippewa Elementary School

31 Morris Ave.
Holtsville, NY 11742
Principal: Patricia A. Aubrey
Phone: 631-696-8640
Fax: 631 696-8645

  

 

Today a reader tomorrow a leader 

 

Digital Citizenship (online safety) By Ms. Harte & Mrs. Scully

 

Upcoming Events

 

May 21st

  • PTA Book Fair during the day and evening and Budget Vote
  • BLT Reading Under the Stars 6:00 – 7:00 pm

May 22nd

  • Field Day

May 23 - 28thNO SCHOOL - MEMORIAL DAY RECESS

May 29th

  •  NY State Science Performance Test – grade 4
  • 5th Grade Sachem Library visit
  • Family Connect Night

May 30th

  • NY State Science Performance Test – grade 4
  • PTA Ducks Game at 6:35 pm (Gates open at 5:35 pm)

May 31st

  • Mini Marathon (rain date Monday, June 10)
  • Sports Night

June 3rd

  • 4th grade NY State Science written test

June 3 - 7th

  • New incoming Kindergarten screenings all week

June 4th

  • Sachem Public Library visiting for grades K-4
  • 5th Grade Band NYSSMA Majors at East

June 5th

  • 5th Grade Band, Orchestra NYSSMA Majors at East

June 6th

  • 3-3, 3-4, 3-6, 3-7 Field Trip to Sweetbriar Field Trip
  • 5th grade NYSSMA 4th & 5th grade Chorus Majors at East
  • PTA meeting at 7 pm

June 7th

  • 3-1, 3-2, 3-5 Field Trip to Sweetbriar Field Trip
  • 4th Grade New Musician’s Concert at 10:00 am (parents audience only)
  • Elementary third trimester ends

June 11th

  • Mrs. Mundy “Sea Life Show” at 2 pm (parents invited)
  • PTA Boys Night Out at the Sports Arena 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

June 12th

  • 5th grade Skyline Cruise Field Trip
  • DEAR Night

June 13th

  • 3rd grade Chorus performing and grades K-2 viewing

June 14th

  • 3rd grade Chorus Performing grades 4 -5 viewing, and 2 pm Parents Invited
  • PTA Talent Show at East at 6:30 pm

June 17th

  • PTA presenting “The Brain Show” – grades K-2 viewing at 9:45 am grades 3-5 viewing at 1:50 pm

June 18th

  • Kindergarten end of year show at 10 am and BBQ at 11 am

June 19th

  • 5th grade Awards at 1:45 pm (parents welcome)

June 20th

  • 5th grade East rehearsal
  • 5th grade Graduation at 5 pm at East

June 21st

  • 5th grade BBQ

June 24th

  • Senior Graduation Walk at 2 p.m.

June 25th - HALF-DAY DISMISSAL AT 12:15 PM 

June 26th - HALF-DAY DISMISSAL AT 12:15 PM and LAST DAY OF SCHOOL 

  • 5th grade Bagel Breakfast & Slide Show in cafeteria

June 27th

  • REPORT CARDS POSTED ON THE PORTAL AFTER 1 PM

 

 

Important Information

 

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Chippewa Pledge

We are proud to be Chippewa students.
We respect others.
We always try our best.
We are leaders in school and in our community.
We believe we will achieve!

 

 

In the News

Students Become Official Authors and Illustrators

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A collaborative project at Chippewa Elementary School recently combined literacy, math and art as first grade students in Donna Gianfortone’s class published their very own book, “A World of Math.”

Inspired by a love for math, students in Gianfortone’s class set out to publish a book that depicted where math is present in our everyday lives. Each student wrote a page for the book and created an illustration to accompany their writing, showcasing their artistic abilities. 

At the conclusion of the project, students attended a “red carpet event” where family and friends were invited to hear the first reading of their new literary masterpiece before celebrating their impressive accomplishment. 

Chippewa Students Team Up to Create Tall Towers

Chippewa Students Team Up to Create Tall Towers photo

A collaborative effort from third-grade students at Chippewa Elementary School in Amy DeJesus’ class made for a successful STEM activity, as students worked together to assemble the tallest tower they could.

Working in teams, the third-graders discussed their designs before they began to assemble their towers using only the index cards provided. Throughout the activity students implemented problem-solving skills to overcome obstacles that affected their original designs. 

 

Chippewa Takes Learning Long Distance

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A cross-country connection between an Alaskan elementary school and second grade students in Mary Bernhard’s class at Chippewa Elementary School led to an eye-opening look inside a school community much different from their own. 

As part of the yearlong project, students in Bernhard’s class have been communicating with students in Alaska in an interesting way. They have been taking photos with Flat Stanley’s around their school community and sharing places they go around Long Island. Then, the Alaskan students did the same. Through this interactive project, Chippewa students learned about numerous aspects of Alaska, including climate, population, landscape and animals. 

Later this year, Bernhard plans to set up a video chat between each class for the students to meet face to face. 
 
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