• Spring Spirit Week
    March 30 - April 02
    Aloha! Hawaiian Day-
    Wear tropical shirt, lei or grass skirt 
    No props 
    Favorite Book Character-
    Dress as the character in your favorite book - bring the book to share if you can 
    No props
    Wacky Wednesday-
    Wacky hair, crazy socks, mismatched outfits, etc. 
    No props
    Sports Day-
    Wear your favorite sports gear 
    No props
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  •            Eagle Watch
    Student-produced news programs about Hauppauge 
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Headlines & Happenings

  • Chinese New Year

    Mrs. McParland and Mrs. Lavelle helped Mrs. Figari's 1st grade class study and prepare for the Chinese Lunar New Year. The students wore traditional costumes or red for good luck. They made dragon hats and lanterns which they proudly donned for their parade. Olivia C. and her Mom, from class 4-4, shared their culture with her classmates by sampling tastes of Asian cuisine, making lanterns and presenting each child with a good luck envelope with a surprise inside. CLICK headline for photos.

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  • 100 Days of School

    Mrs. Juliano, dressed as a centenarian, celebrated the 100th day of school with her 1st graders by completing math centers that included making necklaces with 100 fruit loops and making crowns with 100 stickers. Mrs. Fey's Kindergarten made a special snack by making the number 100 with 2 donuts and a pretzel stick. CLICK headline for photos.

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  • Battle of the Buildings

    Thank you to all our staff members who competed in the Battle of the Buildings and to all the families who came out to support them. It was a proud moment indeed to see Bretton Woods' pride at its finest. Through everyone’s efforts, we were able to raise a significant amount of money for Care and Share. CLICK the headline to see photos.

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  • Owl Pellet Dissection

    Students of Miss Capone’s class visited the science lab to dissect owl pellets. This activity is aligned with the Grade 5 science curriculum. The students enjoyed getting “hands on” opportunity to explore how owls use adaptations to function in their natural habitats. Mrs. Buckley assisted the students in conducting this activity in the science lab. CLICK headline for photos.

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Bretton Woods Elementary School
1 Club Lane (for GPS purposes)

P.O. Box 6006
Hauppauge NY 11788

Main Office: 631.582.6633
Attendance/Nurse's Office: 631.582.6639 or 631.761.8823
Fax: 631.582.1136