at District Office
from 8 am to 3:30 pm
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Please call 631-761-8260
In September, our fifth grade students were given a challenge to read twenty books and write a short book review about each one. We are excited to announce that twenty-three of our students have successfully completed the challenge and recently took part in a "20 Book Challenge Celebration". The students ate lunch with their teachers, wore special crowns, received an award, received a homework pass and are looking forward to an afternoon with extra recess. They are truly "Reading Champions". Congratulations to all! Class 5-1 Ariella B., Justin D., Jenny D., Aiden D., Sarah D., Kate St.P.; Class 5-2 Ariana A., Sasha G., Mihika G., Maithilee H., Meghan H., Giana H., Arav P., Kristen T.; Class 5-3 William B., Jordan C., Christian D., Leesa G., Michael L.; Class 5-4 Liana G., Brady P., Emily S., Krithika V.
Students in Mrs. Trapanotto’s 3rd grade class participated in Red Nose Day courtesy of Mrs. Wells, a parent from the class. Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign run by the non-profit organization Comic Relief Inc., dedicated to ending child poverty, both in the US and in some of the poorest communities in the world. The money raised by Red Nose Day in the US has benefited programs for children and young people in all 50 states and in 25 countries internationally.
The Bretton Woods 5th Grade Math Olympiad team participated in the 2017 Suffolk County Math Olympiad Tournament held at Stony Brook University competing against 58 other teams!! We are pleased to announce that our 5th grade team, coached by Mrs. Veronica Weeks, placed 9th overall in their division for Suffolk County! Congratulations Rishabh D., Chase D., Sri S., Sadiq S. and Elliot T. Your parents, teachers, and Mr. Gagliardi are so proud of your hard work, determination and accomplishment.
Bretton Woods Student Government hosted an Endangered Species Day to celebrate past and current conservation success stories and a day of action to bring attention to species before they are on the brink of extinction. Students and staff wore green, a letter was sent home notifying families about the day and how you can do things at home to contribute to this cause. There was a fun activity for all students to complete. They did a great job promoting their cause!
Eastern Long Island Solar Project LLC. sponsored an Earth Day Poster Contest where a winning 5th grader would receive a $100 cash prize. The poster had to contain an original slogan, identify a problem facing the Earth and describe possible solutions to help. This year’s winner is Maithilee H., from Mrs. Phelan's fifth grade class. Her slogan was “Global Warming is a Global Warning .” Congratulations Mathilee!
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