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  • Making a Difference Ceremony

    Pines ES celebrated the first Making a Difference ceremony of this school year. Several time a year, staff members nominate students who they believe went above and beyond with an extraordinary act of kindness or who have helped in a significantly, extraordinary way. Congratulations to this group of Making a Difference award recipients!. Click on the title to view more photos from this ceremony.

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  • Pines Future Corp Club Visits the Arbors

    In addition to their bi-monthly visit to the Arbors Assisted Living Facility in Hauppauge, on Tuesday December 18th, the Pines Future Corp Club made a special holiday visit to the residents. The students sang holiday songs, played games and delivered handmade place mats to the residents. This visit brought smiles to the residents faces and filled their hearts with joy! Click on the title to view more photos.

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  • Holiday Sing a Long

    Pines staff and students gathered together the morning of December 21st, comfortably dressed in pajamas, to sing holiday songs at our annual Pines Holiday Sing-A-Long. Mrs. Wray-Dolgin practices holiday songs with students throughout the month of December. Each grade is assigned a particular song to perform together. In between grade level performances, all staff and students sing other songs all together. What a great way for staff & students to celebrate the holidays together before the Winter Break! Click on the title to view more photos.

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  • K Holiday Sing a long

    Kindergarten students sang holiday songs to their families and friends at their annual holiday sing-a-long. Dressed in white shirts, colored scarfs, and black hats the students performed beautifully! Click on the title to view more photos from this sing-a-long.

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  • HS Varsity Club Spreads Holiday Cheer

    The HS Varsity Club spread holiday cheer to Pines K-2 students by visiting each classroom while singing holiday songs. Santa and Buddy the Elf even had time to stop for a photo with each class! A big thank you to Mr. Lionetti, Mrs. Soltan, and Mr. Aiello for organizing this visit. Click on the title to view more photos from this event.

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  • Pines School is located on Holly Drive in Smithtown. The mailing address is:

    Pines Elementary School
    22 Holly Drive
    P.O. Box 6006
    Hauppauge, NY 11788

    Pines School Offices may be contacted by telephone at the following numbers:

    Main Office 631.543.8700
    Main Office Fax:  631.543.3632
    Attendance/Nurse's Office 631.761.8812
    Nurse's Fax 631.761-8245
    Guidance Office 631.761.8819
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