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Woodhull School



Woodhull School has classes for students in Pre-Kindergarten through grade 6 from 8:00am to 2:35pm every day. Woodhull is comprised of four teams: the Primary Team, the Early Elementary Team,  the Elementary Team and the Intermediate Team.

In addition to general classroom instruction, students attend art, music, physical education, and library skills classes.  Speech, remedial reading, academic intervention services, counseling, and special education support is also available to students.  There are a wide variety of after-school activities and clubs, as well as cultural activities and field trips for our students.  The school also provides for a one-to-one laptop program that allows students access to the latest technology.

Our experienced teaching staff receives professional development on a regular basis and strives to meet the needs of all students.  Our students perform very well on national and state assessments, and we take pride in their success.

 

Current News

Lending a Hand

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In the spirit of giving, Woodhull Elementary School students from grades 2-6 recently visited the Bethany Hospitality INN Soup Kitchen in Central Islip, where they worked in service to the community. 

During the visit, the school delivered the hygiene items generously donated by our families and prepared bag lunches decorated with their own personal messages. Additionally, Superintendent of Schools Loretta Ferraro and classroom teachers assisted, along with the wonderful INN staff, in packaging sandwiches for the establishments’ visitors. 

Fall Happenings At Woodhull

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Woodhull Elementary School students and staff members took part in a number of spirited and educational fall-themed activities this October, designed to not only celebrate the change in the season but also the Halloween holiday.

During a school trip to White Post Farms in Huntington, the school’s pre-K and kindergarten students had the chance to view a number of animals up close and even take a turn at feeding them before visiting the farm’s pumpkin patch.

To showcase their creativity, students transformed the pumpkins and gourds harvested this fall into colorful artistic displays. From sculpted boats to comical ghosts, all enjoyed seeing the creations on display in the building.

With the help of the school’s PTA, students enjoyed a fun-filled trick or treat event before the official Halloween holiday and a memorable lunch in a beautifully decorated cafeteria. 

Lastly, all were smiles for the building’s annual Halloween parade around the grounds of Woodhull Elementary. Donned in costumes, the event was a fitting kickoff to the students’ evening of trick-or-treating in their local communities.

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