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Chippewa Elementary School

31 Morris Ave.
Holtsville, NY 11742

Principal: Michael Saidens
Phone: 631-696-8640
Fax: 631 696-8645

School Hours: 8:50 am -3:20 pm
Principal's Aide: Tara Scully 

Kindergarten Supply List 2023-2024 

Law Enforcement & Emergency Responder Appreciation

Mini Marathon schedule 2023

Field Day schedule 2023

Author Book Sale

Hershey Tickets Sale 

Chippewa Spirit Gear

Square Art

PTA Executive Board Nomination Form

Placement Letter

Bus Letter  (12/12/22)

Chippewa Elementary PTA Store

Chippewa PTA Membership 

Spirit Days Schedule (2022-23)

Family Connect Night (2022-23)

Math Letter for Chippewa Community (2022-23) 

Walker Line Pick Up Procedures (2022-23)


Turkey Trot Winners 2022

Click here to view the slideshow of the Turkey Trot Winners



Upcoming Events


Keep a look out for PTA Fundraisers    


May 15th - Book Fair


May 16th - Budget Vote


May 16th - Art Show


May 16th - Recorder Concert


May 18th - Police appreciation walk


May 19th - Mini Marathon


May 19th - Chippewa Old School Picnic


May 24th - Field Day


May 25th - Field Day (Rain Date)



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

Learning All About Ramadan

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Two of our Chippewa students did an amazing job presenting about Ramadan to their fifth grade class! They created the entire presentation on their own.

Date Added: 5/4/2023

Sachem Celebrates Autism Awareness and Acceptance

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Throughout April, the Sachem Central School District celebrated World Autism Month. Students and staff participated in several activities to teach one another about autism spectrum disorder and created displays to promote awareness.

Fifth grade peer buddies at Waverly Elementary School pushed into classes to teach their peers about autism. They gave interactive presentations to help students learn how to be a friend to those who learn and communicate differently. Additionally, classes collaborated during physical education to participate in sensory-friendly exercises. Through these activities, Waverly promoted inclusivity throughout the building.

At Wenonah Elementary School, students created colorful project hallway displays to promote autism acceptance. The building also held an Autism Acceptance Month T-Shirt Design contest. Fifth grader Brendan Collins won with his design that read, “I’m Unstoppable.” Wenonah staff members came together to wear the shirt on April 28.

On April 30, more than 30 staff members from Chippewa Elementary School and their families participated in the EJ Autism Foundation four-mile walk in East Islip. The organization supports programs and schools across Long Island that work with children who have autism.

Click here to view the photo slideshow. 

Date Added: 5/2/2023

Students Become Teachers at Parent Band Night

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Sachem students stepped into the role of teachers during the district’s first Parent Band Night at Chippewa Elementary School. Teachers and parents were taught to play instruments by their children and High School East members of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. They participated in two rehearsals before putting on a concert for their children.

Parents were excited to see their students apply what they’ve learned during music class and lessons when teaching them how to play several instruments. Not only was it a bonding experience for children and their parents, the event brought the Sachem school music community together for a new, engaging experience.

Date Added: 4/19/2023
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