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Chippewa Elementary School

31 Morris Ave.
Holtsville, NY 11742
Principal: Patricia A. Aubrey
Phone: 631-696-8640
Fax: 631 696-8645


Upcoming Events

February 26th- PARP begins

February 27th-  Elementary Music Festival Rehearsal #2 at H.S. North- 5:00-8:00 pm

March 2nd- Zingo 7:00 - 9:00 pm

March 6th- 2nd Trimester ends

March 8th- "Aboard the Learn Along Train"

March 14th- 5th Grade to visit Sagamore M.S. to see "Lion King Jr."

March 16th- "Ties and Tiara's" (PTA Dance) 7:00-9:00 pm

March 19th- Band & Orchestra to visit Sagamore M.S

March 20th & 21st- 5th Grade to visit the Vanderbilt Museum

March 26th- Teddy Bear Clinic

March 27th- PTA Meeting at 7:00 pm

March 28th

NYS Environmental Conservation Assembly

Science Fair 6:00 - 7:30 pm

Family Connect Night

March 30th- April 6th : Spring Recess (No School)


Important Information



Chippewa Pledge

We are proud to be Chippewa students.
We respect others.
We always try our best.
We are leaders in school and in our community.
We believe we will achieve!



In the News

Sachem Students Meet at Spelling Showdown

Sachem Students Meet at Spelling Showdown photo

Sachem’s super spellers showed off their skills at the annual fifth-grade districtwide spelling bee on Feb.7 at Chippewa Elementary School.

For more than 20 years the Sachem Central School District has showcased the top two spellers from each building at the districtwide spelling bee. As champions on the building level, the 20 students met for the chance to be named the top speller. Each year the bee is held at the school of the previous year’s winner. This year’s contest was judged by Merrimac Elementary Principal Veronica DeCicco, Lynwood Elementary Principal Danielle DeLorenzo and Waverly Elementary Principal John Ruggero, with Chippewa Principal Patricia Aubrey serving as the official pronouncer.

Following a rigorous flurry of words, Gavin Flynn from Grundy Avenue Elementary School was named the winner after successfully spelling the winning word, “impetuousness.”  


Board Recognizes Extraordinary Student Volunteerism at January Meeting

Board Recognizes Extraordinary Student Volunteerism at January Meeting photo
Board Recognizes Extraordinary Student Volunteerism at January Meeting photo 2
Board Recognizes Extraordinary Student Volunteerism at January Meeting photo 3
During its January meeting, the Sachem Board of Education celebrated multiple students for their extraordinary volunteer efforts. 

Cayuga Elementary School second-grader Adrianna Esposito was recognized for organizing a toy drive, which collected 550 toys for families in need within the Sachem community. 

Also recognized was a group of students from Sachem High School North for their participation in a recent toy and food drive. The incredible effort by the students collected 1,364 boxes of food for Sachem’s annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and countless toys during the Festival of Trees and Lights, one of the community’s largest toy drives. 

Concluding the student recognitions, a large group of student leaders from Chippewa Elementary School were recognized for their continued volunteerism and community support organizing clothing and food drives. 
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