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Nassakeag Elementary School

Address: 490 Pond Path, East Setauket, NY 11733
Main Office: (631) 730‑4400
Fax: (631) 730‑4403
Principal: Heather Levine
Asst. Principal: Lauren Castellane 
School Hours: 8:43a.m. - 2:58p.m.

Exterior photo of Nassakeag school building

School Vision Statement

Our school is a community of learners where we focus on the social, emotional, and academic growth of each child. We strive to establish in each student a strong academic and personal foundation through high quality instructional experiences and school-wide adoption of "Rachel's Challenge" principles. The principles are:

  1. Start a chain reaction of kindness
  2. Accept and include others
  3. Be a positive influence
As a result, we have created a school climate that is conducive to learning. Our students are able to achieve academic success in a safe, nurturing environment.

 

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    Transportation

    Bus transportation will be limited to designated bus routes and bus stops only.

    For long-term child care purposes only, permission to take a different bus to and/or from school may be granted by the school principal by advance written request from the student's parent or guardian. The child care provider must be listed on the emergency contact card. Please complete the below form and return it to the Main Office.

    Current News

    Seniors Walk the Halls of Elementary Schools

    Ward Melville High School seniors returned to their respective elementary schools to walk the halls one final time before graduation. thumbnail259724

    Ward Melville High School seniors returned to their respective elementary schools to walk the halls one final time before graduation. Current elementary students lined the hallways and cheered on the Class of 2024 for their upcoming milestone. Seniors reconnected with old teachers and reflected on their time in the Three Village Central School District before moving on to their next chapter.

    Click here to view the photo slideshow.

    Date Added: 6/14/2024

    Celebrating First In Math Winners

    Nassakeag Elementary School held a schoolwide celebration to recognize its winners in the New York State First in Math competition. thumbnail259660
    Nassakeag Elementary School held a schoolwide celebration to recognize its winners in the New York State First in Math competition thumbnail259661
    Nassakeag Elementary School held a schoolwide celebration to recognize its winners in the New York State First in Math competition thumbnail259662
    Nassakeag Elementary School held a schoolwide celebration to recognize its winners in the New York State First in Math competition thumbnail259663
    Nassakeag Elementary School held a schoolwide celebration to recognize its winners in the New York State First in Math competition thumbnail259664

    Nassakeag Elementary School held a schoolwide celebration to recognize its winners in the New York State First in Math competition! Talinn Kim, Catherine Hu and Caroline Zhang came in first place for fourth grade in the state. They proudly wore their medals from the competition while parading the building as their peers cheered them on!

    Date Added: 6/13/2024

    Local Author Visits Nassakeag

    Local author, Sarah Beth Durst, visited with fourth graders at Nassakeag Elementary School. thumbnail259686
    Local author, Sarah Beth Durst, visited with fourth graders at Nassakeag Elementary School. thumbnail259687
    Local author, Sarah Beth Durst, visited with fourth graders at Nassakeag Elementary School. thumbnail259688
    Local author, Sarah Beth Durst, visited with fourth graders at Nassakeag Elementary School. thumbnail259689
    Local author, Sarah Beth Durst, visited with fourth graders at Nassakeag Elementary School. thumbnail259690

    Local author, Sarah Beth Durst, visited with fourth graders at Nassakeag Elementary School to read her new book, “Spy Ring.” The historical fiction children’s book tells the story of two kids who go on a treasure hunt around their hometown of Setauket, New York. On their adventure, they uncover puzzle pieces that tell the story of Anna Smith Strong and the Culper Spy Ring.

    Nassakeag fourth graders enjoyed the story and interacting with a professional author. They learned about how Durst writes books and what is involved throughout the process.

    Date Added: 6/13/2024

    Three Village Earns Top Spots in Math Tournament

    Three Village Central School District students who took First in Math Statewide Elementary tournament. thumbnail259229

    Two teams from the Three Village Central School District placed in the First In Math Statewide Elementary Mathematics Tournament on June 1. The team from Nassakeag Elementary School made up of Talinn Kim, Catherine Hu and Caroline Zhang, came in first place for fourth grade. Meanwhile, Setauket Elementary School’s team of Landon Kim, Paul Syritsyn and Liam Ward, took third place for the first grade competition.

    The First In Math contests focus on the 24 Game Series and tests several math skills.

    At the statewide tournament, students used game cards in a group setting to demonstrate their understanding. Only 150 students from New York qualified to attend the statewide competition. The district congratulates its winners on their accomplishment.

    Click here to view the Setauket Elementary School photo slideshow.

    Click here to view the Nassakeag Elementary photo School slideshow.

    Date Added: 6/5/2024

    Third Graders Crochet for a Cause

    Third grade class at Nassakeag Elementary School working on a service-learning project to benefit Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. thumbnail259180
    Third grade class at Nassakeag Elementary School working on a service-learning project to benefit Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. thumbnail259181

    Mrs. Betz’s third grade class at Nassakeag Elementary School have been working on a service-learning project to benefit Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Students crocheted hats and blankets to be donated to babies staying at the hospital. The idea was brought on by one of the third grade students who wanted to give back after a stay at the hospital herself.

    Mrs. Betz taught the class how to crochet. Students ended up making more than 100 hats and several blankets to be donated.

    Date Added: 6/4/2024

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