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185 North Dunton Avenue
East Patchogue, NY 11772
Phone: (631) 730-1675
Fax: (631) 286-2918

Grades K - 3

Hours: 9:20 am - 3:20 pm

Principal: Mrs. Mandy Mazziotti

 

 

 


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Summer Reading Club at South Country Public Library

 

 

 

NYS Physical Examination Requirement
NYSED requires a physical exam for new entrants and students in Grades Pre-K or K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11; annually for interscholastic sports; and working papers as needed; or as required by the Committee on Special Education (CSE) or Committee on Pre-School Special education (CPSE). The linked NYS School Health Examination form is required to be completed in entirety by a private health care provider or school medical director. If we do not receive your child's exam by October 30th, we will have your child seen by our school doctor. Please call our school nurse if you do not wish your child to have an in-school exam.

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In The News

Teddy Bear Safety Lessons

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Verne W. Critz kindergarten students learned about how to be personally responsible for their own safety during a virtual Teddy Bear Clinic. The Teddy Bear Clinic is an injury prevention education program sponsored by the Stony Brook University Trauma Center and engages students as they pretend to be doctors and nurses.

During the clinic, Kristi Lyn Ladowski, MHP, briefed the students on car and bike safety, stranger danger and the importance of keeping the brain safe by wearing a helmet during applicable sports. She demonstrated how a helmet keeps the brain safe by dropping an egg dressed with a helmet and one without to show the importance of this safety precaution.

“You are in charge of keeping you safe,” Ms. Landowski reminded the students throughout the program.

After the presentation, the students were given bandages, medical tape, latex gloves and caps and were instructed to take care of their own injured stuffed animal.
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