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Arrowhead Elementary School

Address: 62 Arrowhead Lane, East Setauket, NY 11733
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)

Exterior photo of Arrowhead Elementary building

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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School Updates


ARROWHEAD'S BOOK FAIR AND MILK & COOKIES NIGHT HAVE BEEN POSTPONED

 

Health Office Medication Drop Off Dates

Information to come.

 

Arrowhead Happenings

 

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.

 

Welcome Letters

2023-2024 Supply Lists

Current News

Fifth Graders Turn Environmental Engineers

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Fifth graders at Arrowhead Elementary School turned environmental engineers during a recent science lab with Ms. Lukralle. Students learned about how people can protect earth’s systems and were tasked with building their own water filters.

Students were given several materials to design a filter including a sponge, cotton balls, gravel, rocks, sand and a coffee filter. They examined the materials and noted the properties of each before drawing a diagram of what their filter would look like. Next, they constructed their filters inside of a plastic water bottle.

The fifth graders put their filters to the test by mixing soil and water together, then pouring them over their filtration systems. For many students, cleaner water dripped into a cup underneath, showing the effectiveness of their filters. The classes made observations and held discussions about what aspects of the designs were successful and what were not.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 2/16/2024

Musician Visits Pre-K Classes

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New York-based musician Johnny Cuomo recently visited Pre-K classes across the district. Cuomo travels around the globe and uses his musical talents to share stories and folktales. The district’s youngest students were excited to get on their feet and move to the music during this authentic learning experience!

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Date Added: 2/8/2024

Fundraising for Esophageal Atresia Nonprofit

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Arrowhead Elementary School fifth grader Kassidy Dickenson recently organized a fundraiser to raise awareness for esophageal atresia, a condition in which a baby’s esophagus is not developed properly. Dickenson collected more than $300 from the Arrowhead school community, which was donated to the EA/TEF Family Support Connection. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to providing educational resources and emotional, practical support to aid in the daily care of children affected by esophageal atresia.

Date Added: 2/7/2024

Three Village Students Participate in LISFA

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Students from across Three Village were selected to participate in the Long Island String Festival Association Orchestra this past weekend. Each student auditioned for a spot and were selected based on their NYSSMA scores. Several students were then selected to lead their sections at their performances. The student-musicians did a fantastic job representing Three Village!

Congratulations to the following:

Arrowhead
Emmeline Boardman, Patrick Gavin, Zerrin Khan, Sofia Lietor-Cheng, Olivia Lin, Srisharan Shankaranarayanan, Eliza Strom and Vivian Wei.

Minnesauke
Isabella Cai, Oliver Coffin, Ava Cunningham, Sabrina Liu, Aola Luo and Madelyn Schaentzler.

Mount
Harry Dong, Linda Kafrissen, Daidam Kim, Michelle Lam, Johnny Mass, Adison Schaentzler, Hannah Schnell, Hannah Stern and Renata Trujillo Aguirre.

Nassakeag
Aurora Xu, Eric Huang, Wendi Li, Kaylee Ren, Ethan DeVerna, Ryan Huang, Ella Churaman, Elbert Wei, Kaya Fujita and Lydia Xu.

Setauket
Ryan Hom, Talan Ramirez and Emma Sclafani.

Gelinas
Annelise Burgueno, Austin Chen, Victoria Chen, Daniel Chen, Aiden Choudhary, Jonathan Haase, Annie Huang, Evelyn Jin, Joon-Gi Kim, Connor Le, Brendan Miller, Thomas O'Brien, Anthony Paulson, Tsz Tung Qiu, Eleanor Twiss, Alyssa Wang, Luna Wang and Jinxu Zhu.

Murphy
Robert Chen, Golden Chen, Alan Fagan, Bonnie Fagan, Athie Kim, Jason (Jiseok) Oh, Mia Rofrano, Molly Singer, Olivia Strom, Lawrence Sun, Lewis Wu and Amber Yu.

Ward Melville
Nicholas Dokadze, Kyle Frazier, Bora Karaosmanoglu, Ava Karnbach and Natalie Scolaro.

Date Added: 2/2/2024

The Great Kindness Challenge

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The Great Kindness Challenge is taking place across the Three Village Central School District, encouraging students to create a culture of kindness and positivity. Schools held kickoff assemblies to educate students about the challenge and how they can participate throughout the week, beginning on Jan. 22. Several buildings are holding kindness spirit weeks and challenging students to fill up a checklist of kind tasks.

At Arrowhead Elementary School, students have the opportunity to take part in kind stations in the cafeteria. They can write a kind note or create a heart for a friend. Additionally, the building has a kindness mitten tree where students can take a mitten and carry out the act of kindness written on it.

Meanwhile, Minnesauke Elementary School is participating in Kind Coins for Kenyan Kids, a Great Kindness Challenge service project where grade levels will collect change throughout the week. The money will help provide education to students in Kenya. Students will also visualize how kindness grows at Minnesauke with a “linked by love” campaign. Students and staff will contribute to a paper chain filled with kindness notes to hang in the building.

While the Great Kindness Challenge takes place during the course of one week, students are encouraged to spread kindness throughout the entire year.

Click here to view the Arrowhead photo slideshow.

Click here to view the Minnesauke photo slideshow.

Date Added: 1/22/2024

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