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P.J. Gelinas Junior High School

Address: 25 Mud Road, Setauket NY 11733
Main Office: (631) 730-4700
Fax: (631) 730-4707
Principal: Corinne Keane
Asst. Principal: William Corrao 
Dean of Students: Christopher Muscarella
School Hours: 7:40a.m. - 2:25p.m.

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For Course Elective and/or Scheduling Concerns, please email gelsched@3villagecsd.org
For Course Placement Appeals, please email gelinasappeals@3villagecsd.org

Current News

Junior High Schools Place in Science Olympiad Invitational

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Teams from both Gelinas and Murphy junior high schools competed and placed at the Science Olympiad at Cornell invitational. Overall, the team from Gelinas came in fourth place and Murphy took fifth place.

Students competed in several events in all disciplines of science. Science Olympiad at Cornell is an organization at the university where undergraduate students dedicate time to improve and expand the experience of middle and high school students in Science Olympiad, while also organizing an annual invitational.

Date Added: 2/20/2024

P.S. I Love You Day in Three Village

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Students and staff turned the Three Village Central School District purple on Feb. 9 to celebrate P.S. I Love You Day. The annual event encourages communities to foster an environment where everyone feels welcome, loved and supported. It also seeks to end the stigma surrounding mental health. This year’s theme was “Love is Meant to be Given.”

Buildings across the district were decorated and students wore purple as a visual display of support for P.S. I Love You Day. This year, P.J. Gelinas Junior High School and Murphy Junior High School coordinated their efforts to celebrate. Art teachers Ms. Cappiello and Ms. Maritato at Gelinas worked with their students to create a backdrop inspired by the P.S. I Love You Day theme. Students were excited to take photos in front of it.

Several elementary schools held spirit weeks to kick off the festivities and students participated in kindness activities throughout the week. At W.S. Mount Elementary School, the student government wrote kind messages on a valentine to be displayed in the building. Staff greeted students on P.S. I Love You Day with more positive messages on the sidewalks outside. Students were encouraged to spread the messaging of P.S. I Love You Day throughout the entire year.

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View a video recap of the celebrations at Gelinas and Murphy Junior High Schools here.

Date Added: 2/13/2024

Spreading Love in Three Village

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Students in Three Village are spreading the love ahead of Valentine’s Day. Several classes and school clubs created valentines to send to local nonprofits and organizations.

At Minnesauke Elementary School, students in Mrs. Babb’s third grade class worked with their buddies in Mrs. Sheridan’s kindergartners to create tissue paper flowers. The flowers were created as the building participated in The Great Kindness Challenge. They will be delivered alongside meals during the week of Valentine’s Day.

At P.J. Gelinas Junior High School, seventh and eighth graders in the Community Connections Club spread love and joy by creating Valentine’s Day cards to be donated to the Ronald McDonald Family Room at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital.

Date Added: 2/8/2024

STEM Boost Invitational

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Three Village Science Olympiad competed in the STEM Boost Invitational on Jan. 20. Both the Gelinas and Murphy teams came together to compete in the day-long competition where students participated in 23 science and technology-based events.

STEM Boost is a nonprofit organization that educates students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math through hands-on workshops.

Date Added: 2/2/2024

Gelinas Spelling Bee

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After an intense competition of 22 rounds, Carlotta Conesa emerged victorious as the winner of this year’s P.J. Gelinas Junior High School Spelling Bee. Carlotta will take an online test to see if she qualifies for the Regional Scripps Spelling Bee taking place in March!

Date Added: 1/31/2024

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