The Westbrook Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the West Islip School District. The school's…More academic curriculum is designed to prepare students to continue to the middle school level.
At Westbrook Elementary School, children are taught community service at an early age. As part of Westbrook's Character Counts, for example, children participate in the "Have You Filled Your Bucket Today?" program, in which students are taught about kindness and caring. The principal of the school is Jack Maniscalco.
Paul E. Kirdahy Elementary School at Captree 339 Snedecor Ave, West Islip, NY11795 The Paul E. Kirdahy Elementary School at Captree, located at 339 Snedecor Avenue, is one of six kindergarten through…More fifth grade elementary schools in the West Islip School District. The school maintains low class sizes, with only 18 per class in the 2008-2009 school year. The principal is John Mullins.
West Islip Public Schools Michael and Christine Freyer Administr 100 Sherman Ave, West Islip, NY11795 The West Islip School District is comprised of six elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school. The central…More administration offices, including the office of the superintendent of schools and district clerk, are located at 100 Sherman Avenue.
The Paul J. Bellew Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the West Islip School District. The school…More is located on 25 Higbie Lane. Students attend the school from kindergarten through the fifth grade. Dan Hunter is the school principal.
Transportation guidelines for the district's schools provide transportation for all kindergarten and first grade students and students in grades 2-5 who live .5 of a mile or more from the school.
Questions regarding registration should be directed to the district office at 893-3200.
The Bayview Elementary School is located at 165 Snedecor Avenue, on the same street as the Paul E. Kirdahy at Captree…More Elementary School. The school maintains low class sizes, 18 students per class in 2008-2009, and is one of six elementary schools in the West Islip School District that serves kindergarten through fifth grade. The principal is Rhonda Pratt.
The Manetuck Elementary School, located at 800 Van Buren Avenue in West Islip, is one of six elementary schools in…More the West Islip School District.
The mission of the West Islip School District is to foster excellence in education through the establishment of a vocational and social environment, in which all children can learn and succeed. The principal of the Manetuck Elementary School is Mary Anderson.
Oquenock Elementary School 425 Spruce Ave, West Islip, NY11795 The Oquenock Elementary School, located at 425 Spruce Avenue in West Islip, is one of six elementary schools in the West…More Islip School District. At Oquenock Elementary School, students are taught not only their academic subjects but also to be kind and respectful of each other. The principal of the school is Dawn Morrison. Questions regarding registration should be directed to the District Office at 893-3200.
Udall Road Middle School 900 Udall Rd, West Islip, NY11795 The Udall Road Middle School, located at 900 Udall Road in West Isip, is one of two middle schools in the West Islip…More School District. After graduating from elementary school, students spend sixth through eighth grade in middle school. During this time students are prepared for the challenges that await them at West Islip High School. The Udall Road Middle School offers students a vast array of sports teams, student activities and extracurricular clubs to enhance their educational experience. The principal is Daniel Marquardt and the assistant principal is Salvatore Alaimo.
The Beach Street Middle School is one of two middle schools in the West Islip School District; the other being the…More Udall Road Middle School. The school services students from sixth to eighth grade, before they go off to continue their academic careers at West Islip High School.
The Beach Street Middle School offers students a complete educational opportunity. In addition to core classes, students will have the opportunity to enrich their education with an array of clubs, organizations, activities and sports teams.
The principal is Andrew O'Farrell and the assistant principal is Lisa Martinolich.