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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 


Upcoming Events

January 7th

  •  2nd Grade Field Trip to L.I. Science Museum – (2-2  & 2-4)

January 9th

  • 2nd Grade Field Trip to L.I. Science Museum – (2-1  & 2-3)

January 10th

  • PTA Meeting at 7 pm

January 16th

  • DEAR Night

January 18th

  • S.C.W.A. in school assembly

January 21st - NO SCHOOL- MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY

January 23rd

  • 4th Grade Field Trip to Epenetus Smith Tavern  (4-1 & 4-4)

January 24th

  • 4th Grade Field Trip to Epenetus Smith Tavern  (4-2 & 4-3)

January 29th

  • 1st grade Lyle Coggin Assembly

January 30th

  • Family Connect Night


 

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

Chippewa Students Climb to the Top With Study of Landforms

Chippewa Students Climb to the Top With Study of Landforms photo
Geography came to life for third-grade students at Chippewa Elementary School during a recent hands-on activity examining different landforms found around the world. 

Students in Amy DeJesus’ class engaged in a lesson in which they studied several landforms and their construction. As a culminating activity to the lesson, students used salt dough to carefully sculpt their chosen landform. Students crafted hills, mountains, plains, plateaus, valleys and volcanoes. 

To conclude the activity, students showcased their artistic abilities as they painted their landform creations. 

A Study of Citizenship Showcases Care for Community

A Study of Citizenship Showcases Care for Community photo
A Study of Citizenship Showcases Care for Community photo 2
The fundamentals of good citizenship in community, classroom and family were at the forefront of a recent lesson in Donna Gianfortone’s first-grade class at Chippewa Elementary School. 

During the lesson, students learned the various attributes that make a good citizen, and the class then organized a recycling project as a way to display its good citizenship. As the ongoing project continues, the class will donate the funds it raises to a different organization every two months. 

This month, the donation will be made to Horstmann Heroes. George Horstmann, a student in the class, has diabetes and helped to educate his peers on the condition. 
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