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Indian Hollow Continues Community Service

Indian Hollow students are making a difference in the community … while only in first grade!

On Wednesday afternoon, for their spring community service project, the students designed door banners for the residents at St. Catherine’s Nursing Home in Smithtown.

The first graders at Indian Hollow have been working on community service projects each season. Their initiative is called, "First Graders Care."

During the fall, they made large murals for the Northport VA Hospital to thank the veterans for their service around Veteran’s Day.

During the winter, they sponsored a Pajama Drive and donated new pajamas to the children in the pediatric department at Stony Brook Hospital.

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Posted Wednesday, May 1, 2024

IH Second Graders Perform

Indian Hollow second graders performed their Spring Showcase, "Ei OOPS,"  on Tuesday morning.

The production was led by music teacher Andrew Scheiner and received resounding reviews from family in attendance.

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Posted Tuesday, April 30, 2024

First Graders Learn About Careers

Jeanne Waldman’s first-grade students at Indian Hollow learned about career options from some special visitors on Monday.
 Laura Newman, the district’s associate superintendent for business and operations, and district chef Chris Fusco spoke with the students about their careers.
 Mrs. Waldman has been teaching students about “needs” and “wants” and how — when they grow up — the first graders will be independent and have jobs to support themselves.
 Parents also have visited Mrs. Waldman’s class to speak about their careers. One memorable visit included a robotics demonstration.

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Posted Monday, March 11, 2024

Commack Has Talent!

Indian Hollow staged its talent and fashion show on Friday night at Burr Intermediate, and the acts brought down the house.
 The acts included singing, dancing, sports, piano and violin playing, and comedy.
 Physical education teacher Cory New sprinkled in his signature wit while emceeing the event.
 "It builds confidence. It builds character," New told the capacity crowd about the performers. "That's what we're doing here."

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Posted Friday, March 8, 2024

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