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School will NOT be in session on Thursday, May 23rd and Tuesday, May 28th Elementary half days are June 25 and June 26, 2019. Last day for staff is June 26, 2019.

hiawatha_muralHiawatha Elementary School

97 Patchogue-Holbrook Road
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Principal: Ms. Kathleen O'Farrell
Principal's Aide: Lori Onesto
Phone: (631) 471-1830
Fax: (631) 467-3861

School Hours: 9:15 am -3:15 pm

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Parent-Student Handbook

Manual Para Padres y Estudiantes


Important Flyers


Kindergarten Parent Orientation Presentation


Girls Scouts - Donations for Bronze Award Project


Spirit Week Flyer


PTA Chairperson form 2019-2020


Autism Awareness Handout


2019 Placement Letter to Parents


Yearbook Order Form


Principal's Letter March 2019


Mindfulness Club Member Acceptance Letter Session 2


Gino's Pizzeria 5th Grade Fundraiser Flyer


BLT Theme Days 2018-19


Important News for 5th Grade Parents

Parent Meeting - Puberty: The Wonder Years 4-9-19

Hiawatha Yearbook Congratulatory Booster - Class of 2019 Due March 12

Guess Who Flyer

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Hiawatha staff, parents, and community members is to ensure the development of a
wholesome and contributing member of society who has the zest
and skills for a lifelong learning. This will be achieved by a motivated team of adults
and children working in a nurturing safe environment using a relevant
and comprehensive curriculum.

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In the News

Teamwork Shines Through Circle of Dance

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Recently at Hiawatha Elementary School, each first grade class performed a creative, choreographed dance for an audience of kindergarten students and their fellow first graders as part of the Circle of Dance program.

During the program, students learned essential dance skills, such as balance, coordination and flexibility, while memorizing each of their individualized dance routines. Working together through eight practices, students also learned the importance of teamwork and collaboration while working to perfect their routines.  
 

Hiawatha Book Initiative Unites School Community

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Students, faculty and staff at Hiawatha Elementary School recently participated in a buildingwide reading initiative that fostered a collective love for learning through the Andrew Clements book, “Frindle.” 

One Book, One School is an annual initiative at Hiawatha that provides each student and staff member with a copy of the same book to read. This year’s book, “Frindle,” is about a boy who renames a pen a “frindle” and it eventually becomes a new word in the dictionary. 

In celebration of the initiative, Hiawatha hosted a family event on Feb.28 organized by librarian Kim Walker and art teacher Nicole Healy where students and their family members created invisible ink, bookmarks and made new words in addition to other engaging activities.