New Suffolk Common School

The official website for the New Suffolk Common School.

Built in 1907, New Suffolk School educates children in New Suffolk from grades Pre-K through 6.  Within the school’s three classrooms, under the guidance of outstanding teachers, students study the general subjects of English Language Arts, Social Studies, Math and Science. Also offered through part-time teachers are enrichment classes in Physical Education, Music, Art and Drama. 

St. Jude Success!

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Our tiny, little school has done it again! We have just completed our annual St. Jude Fundraiser, this year trying out the new StoryQuest mission: pledging to read a certain amount of minutes. A total of $1,316 was raised that will directly fund the patients, and their families, being treated at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Thank you to all of our families for participating in such a great cause!

Southold Town Tree Committee Honorary Tree Planting

We are thoroughly excited to announce that one of our sixth grade students, Sadie Heston, has won the Southold Town Tree Committee's Earth Day Poster contest! Her poster was chosen out of all Southold Town elementary schools to be featured on this year's bookmark.  Along with that honor, Sadie was also given a beautiful tree, a Thundercloud Plum, to be planted in front of our school!

Congratulations, Sadie!

 

Sadie's poster featured on the bookmark

Sadie's poster featured on the bookmark

Breaking ground! 

Breaking ground! 

Sadie is learning about her new tree

Sadie is learning about her new tree

Everyone had the opportunity to get their hands dirty! 

Everyone had the opportunity to get their hands dirty! 

Thank you so much Tree Committee! 

Thank you so much Tree Committee! 

Congrats, Sadie! 

Congrats, Sadie! 

New Suffolk Students

New Suffolk School is proud to share the accomplishments of some its students this month.

  • Sadie Heston won the Southold Town Tree Committee's Arbor Day  poster contest.  Her poster was selected to be featured on this year’s bookmark. Sadie received a  $100 gift card and certificate at Southold Town Hall on April 7th.  Our school has been awarded a tree which will be planted on Friday, April 24th.
  • Robert Cooper was nominated and won an opportunity to be a “biologist for the day” at the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead. He will be working behind the scenes with scientists and biologists.
  • Congratulations to Aulis Carr-Smith. Her Earth Day poster was featured in the Suffolk Times last week.

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