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Arrowhead Elementary School

Address: 62 Arrowhead Lane, East Setauket
Main Office: (631) 730‑4100
Fax: (631) 730‑4104
Principal: Marisa Redden
Asst. Principal: Tanya Hurowitz
School Hours: 9:25 A.M - 3:40 P.M.
Pre-K Hours: 8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. (AM Session: 8:45 - 11:15; PM Session: 12:45 - 3:15)

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School Vision Statement

Arrowhead Elementary School is dedicated to providing the best education possible for all students and to motivate students to become life-long learners. We are dedicated to enabling students to grow socially and emotionally in an accepting climate. Together, we will work to create an environment of respect and to foster an atmosphere that celebrates differences within our school. 

 

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Important Online Registration Information

ALL parents/guardians must complete the Online Registration Application to update contact information and review and acknowledge the Code of Conduct and Chromebook User Agreements.

 

Title I Information

Arrowhead School has been designated as a Title 1 school.  Title 1 schools are provided academic intervention assistance to eligible students from the federal government. For additional information, please refer to Three Village CSD Board Policy 1900: Parental Involvement.

Current News

Overcoming Adversity

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Third through sixth grade students at Arrowhead Elementary School recently learned about overcoming adversity through an assembly organized by school social worker Judy Forgione, L.C.S.W.

During the presentation, ALS Ride For Life members shared the story of Chris Prendergast and his brave journey with ALS. His message of how he turned his illness into a mission to find a cure inspired both students and staff.

This spring, Arrowhead Elementary School will hold a fundraiser to help research a cure for ALS. Additionally, the building will be supporting the annual Ride For Life, a major advocacy event.

Date Added: 11/16/2022

Honoring Our Veterans

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Ahead of Veterans Day, students and staff in the Three Village Central School District honored those who have served the country through several ways. Students participated in service projects, special classroom lessons and activities to pay tribute to veterans and the sacrifices they have made for the country.

At Ward Melville High School, students in Ms. Dalton and Mrs. Corbett’s classes organized a clothing drive to benefit the United War Veterans Council. The organization collects donations of gently used clothing and household goods, generates revenue by selling these items to re-use retailers and uses the profit toward its work for veterans. Students helped pack up the collection truck on Nov. 14.

Doug Elliot’s ninth grade public speaking class at P.J. Gelinas Junior High School learned about Christopher Raguso, a member of the U.S. Air National Guard, who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq in 2018. The class discussed Raguso’s eulogy, which was read by his father. Mr. Elliot, who was a friend of Raguso, took his class outside to the front flagpole, where he and Mr. Ehlers, another Gelinas teacher, played military songs on the bagpipes in tribute to Raguso and all veterans who have served the country.

At the younger level, students participated in projects that honor local veterans. Second graders at W.S. Mount Elementary School created placemats that were brought to the Long Island State Veterans Home in Stony Brook. Additionally, Arrowhead and Setauket Elementary Schools led a schoolwide project in which students created cards that were dropped off at the Northport VA Medical Center.

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Date Added: 11/14/2022

Science ‘Matters’

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Kindergarteners at Arrowhead Elementary School recently learned about matter during a hands-on science experiment. Science Lab Teaching Assistant Debbie Lukralle first read students the story, “Sneezy the Snowman,” which is about a snowman who melts when he gets too warm. The book served as an introduction to the experiment, as students learned how the snowman changed from a solid to liquid.

Ms. Lukarelle then invited students up to help create a slime. Starting with liquids, students poured different substances into a bowl. The kindergarteners hypothesized what would happen as they continued to add and stir in different ingredients. Ultimately, the students created a slime, or a solid, that they were eager to test out at their lab tables.


Date Added: 11/7/2022

Practicing School Bus Safety

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Students learned all about how to keep themselves safe while riding the school bus, thanks to Suffolk Transportation Services. During National School Bus Safety Week, which ran from Oct. 17-21, bus drivers visited classrooms for brief presentations.

At Arrowhead Elementary School, students watched brief animations about where to stand while waiting for the bus and how to cross the street after getting off the bus. They also learned about buckling up, the school bus rules and steps to take in case of an emergency. After the classroom presentation, students went outside and got on a school bus to practice safely entering and exiting and buckling their seatbelts.

National School Bus Safety Week aims to educate entire school communities about the rules of the road surrounding bus safety.

Date Added: 10/25/2022

Unity Week Celebrations

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The district celebrated Unity Day on Wednesday, Oct. 19 with activities that focused on anti-bullying messaging. Unity Day encourages school communities to show unity for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Across the district, students and staff wore orange to send a visible message. Not only did celebrations take place on Oct. 19, in many buildings they lasted throughout the week.

At Ward Melville High School, students in a number of extracurricular clubs came together to “chalk the walk.” Students drew colorful, positive messages on the building’s sidewalks for their peers as they entered the building on Unity Day.

Faculty and staff at Setauket Elementary School also used sidewalk chalk to welcome their students with positive messages. Students were excited to sign a Unity Day pledge, affirming their commitment to creating a positive school environment. Additionally, Setauket Elementary School staff led an interactive game of Family Feud for students. Students participated in the game show, sharing ways they are responsible, open-minded, cooperative, kind and safe.

Minnesauke Elementary School welcomed Prismatic Magic into the auditorium, an educational laser light performance that incorporated anti-bullying messaging. The high-energy show reinforced the importance of teamwork and positivity.

At W.S. Mount and Arrowhead Elementary Schools, students created footprints to “stomp out bullying” and visualize the positive steps they are taking to create a community without bullying. W.S. Mount students also created a chain with orange links of paper that they wrote kind, anti-bullying messages on.

Nassakeag Elementary School students participated in a spirit week surrounding Unity Day. The week culminated with a schoolwide pep rally, where students dressed in green and gold to unite and take a stand against bullying.

While Unity Day takes place during one day in October, the Three Village school community honors its messaging throughout the year. Students were eager to carry out the lessons they learned during Unity Day activities and take steps to put an end to bullying.



Date Added: 10/24/2022