Central Islip Public Schools
The Central Islip Union Free School District, also known as the Central Islip Public Schools, is a school district on Long Island, New York. Its headquarters are in Central Islip in the town of Islip.
In 1997 the voters approved the districts revised budget proposal, which called for installing five computers in each classroom and updating the technology in the schools to contemporary standards.
As of 2007 the school district had 6,100 students.
Middle schools (grades 6-8):
- Ralph G. Reed Performing Arts and Forensic & Legal Sciences Middle School Academies (Central Islip)
- Charles A. Mulligan Visual Media Arts and Health & Medical Sciences Middle School Academies (Central Islip)
Elementary schools (grades 1-5):
- Cordello Avenue Elementary School (Central Islip)
- Andrew T. Morrow Elementary School (Islandia)
- Marguerite Mulvey Elementary School (Central Islip)
- Francis J. O'Neill Elementary School (Central Islip)
- Early Childhood Center (Central Islip)
- "Contact us[permanent dead link]." Central Islip Public Schools. Retrieved on April 5, 2013. "Central Islip Public Schools 50 Wheeler Road Central Islip, N.Y. 11722 "
- Blond. Kara. "Central Islip OKs Budget." Newsday. November 20, 1997. A35 News. Retrieved on April 5, 2013. "Central Islip public schools will soon have five computers in every classroom and be fully wired for computer technology, after voters approved the district's revised budget proposal Tuesday night. Despite low turnout, voters narrowly supported the $80,128,552 budget by a vote of 548 to 496 after defeating the original proposal in May. Last year's budget was $74,934,854."
- Ash, Katie. "Fadhilika Atiba-Weza." EducationWeek. May 18, 2007. Retrieved on April 5, 2013. "Mr. Atiba-Weza is currently the superintendent for the 6100-student Central Islip Union Free School District in Suffolk County, NY He begins his new job July 1."
- "Central Islip OKs School Budget." Newsday. October 26, 1989. News p. 30.
- Negron, Edna. "Upset in Central Islip School Race." Newsday. June 2, 1989. News p. 25.
- Bridges, Christine Saint James. "Why One Family Left Central Islip." Newsday. September 7, 1990. Viewpoints (Opinion) p. 80.
- Crichton, Sarah. "C. Islip school district could recover $42M." Newsday. Wednesday June 22, 2011.