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Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire all students to be confident, passionate learners with the courage and skills to lead their lives with integrity, while contributing to our global community with creativity and compassion.

Saw Mill School Building

2801 Saw Mill Road
North Bellmore, NY 11710
Tel: (516) 992-3118
Fax: (516) 992-3324
Principal: Mr. Jeff Rosof
Assistant Principal: 
Mr. Daniel Madden
Instagram: @sawmillpride



 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Saw Mill Road School! I am happy that you have stopped by for a visit to our website. Saw Mill Road is a K-6 school in the North Bellmore School District. We have a population of almost 700 excited and motivated students and a faculty of 65 committed and passionate teachers. Supporting our students and teachers is a wonderful group of aides, custodians, office staff, and administrators. No school would be complete without the community it serves and the Saw Mill community is incredibly proud and supportive of their school.

Here at Saw Mill we work hard every day implementing the K-6 curriculum and strive to reach the inspiring goals of our district’s mission statement. As an elementary school, we have our students for the beginning steps on the passage through their academic life. While ensuring we create a warm, fun and energetic school environment, we also pay careful attention to the fact that students are learning the foundational skills that will set them up for a lifetime of learning.

Whether you are a Saw Mill family, a local resident, or just someone checking out our website, I know you will feel the spirit and energy that pervade our school.  Wishing you a wonderful day!

Jeff Rosof
Principal

 

 

Announcements

No Pets Policy
Please be aware that pets are not allowed on school grounds. I know you support our efforts to keep our children safe; therefore, I appreciate your cooperation and ask that you refrain from bringing your pets on school grounds at any time. All North Bellmore Schools follow this No Pets policy.

Please Keep Contact Info Up to Date
If any of your contact information changed over the summer– email, phone numbers, address, etc. please call the office and inform them of the change. It is vital that we have the most up to date information in case we need to contact you.

100-Day Parade at Saw Mill

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Students at Saw Mill Road Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 8. Kindergartners paraded through the school with their special, homemade hats of 100 objects, such as balloons, jewels, Legos and stickers.

The entire school joined in the festivities as students from the upper grades, many wearing 100-day shirts, lined the halls to cheer on the kindergartners.

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Date Added: 2/13/2024

Saw Mill Students Hear a Tale of Tradition

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The first Friday of every month is a special occasion at Saw Mill Road Elementary School. It’s a school spirt day, where students are decked out in blue and white attire, but it’s also the monthly principal’s read aloud.

The read aloud, led by Principal Jeffrey Rosof and Assistant Principal Daniel Madden, serves a dual purpose. It promotes both a love of reading and togetherness. This year’s theme at the school is “All Are Welcome,” and each month’s assembly has a message related to community, diversity and inclusivity.

On Jan. 5, students gathered in the all-purpose room as Mr. Rosof and Mr. Madden read “The Lucky Grape: A New Year’s Eve Story” by Tracey Kyle. The book is centered around a family’s New Year’s Eve tradition in Spain. The book was also projected on the screen so students could see the illustrations.

Sixth grader Saray Beltran Torres began the program by reading a poem in Spanish. Mr. Madden, who also read the poem in English, noted that many students at Saw Mill are multilingual, which is part of the diversity that is celebrated and valued.

Mr. Rosof said that the message for students is that while they may have many different family traditions, they come together in joy to form the Saw Mill Road community.

They also share many traditions together at school, like the monthly spirit days, concerts and field day.

“I want students have a sense of community and belonging,” Mr. Rosof said. “I hope that with the help of our teachers, we can connect the dots to celebrate our diversity.”

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Date Added: 1/23/2024

Musicians Earn All-County, LISFA Selections

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Nearly three dozen students from the North Bellmore School District were selected to the 2024 All-County music festival, hosted by the Nassau Music Educators Association.

Fifth and sixth grade band, chorus and orchestra students were recognized for their musical talents. All-County rehearsals and concerts were held throughout the first two weeks of January.

The district congratulates the following students:

John G. Dinkelmeyer Elementary School: Adriana Aglio and Viana Olson, sixth grade chorus; Jake Duverneau, Charlotte Giannetta, Madison Lau, Brielle Orphee and Nicholas Truglio, fifth grade chorus.

Martin Avenue Elementary School: Summer Ferrie, sixth grade band; Seraphina McGill and Ariana Vargas, sixth grade chorus; Adalyn Perez, sixth grade orchestra; Alayna Mangels, fifth grade orchestra.

Newbridge Road Elementary School: Brian Barrera, sixth grade band; Daniella Capritto and Keira Ferris, sixth grade chorus; Thomas Howe, sixth grade orchestra.

Park Avenue Elementary School: Arya Chandhok, sixth grade band; Andrew Udilovich, fifth grade band; Carlos Flores and Camilla Roman, sixth grade chorus; Giuliana Ferraro, Harnoor Kaur, Elianna Macaluso, Micah Millington and Olivia Sparks, fifth grade chorus; Temitayo Otuyemi, sixth grade orchestra; Michael Liguori, fifth grade orchestra.

Saw Mill Road Elementary School: Ryan Paruch, sixth grade band; Sean Egan and Shira Rosen, sixth grade chorus; Isabella Rodriguez, Kayla Schieren and Madison Tam, fifth grade chorus; Charlotte O’Hea, sixth grade orchestra.

Additionally, Michael and Temitayo from Park Avenue and Charlotte from Saw Mill Road were selected to participate in the Long Island String Festival Association’s Nassau intermediate festival in early March.

North Bellmore’s music students are under the direction of music educators Desiree Behr, Christopher D’Orio, Dana Hirsch, Maritza Lopez, Ed McCullagh, Carol Ng, Alexander Roff and Lisa Uckardes.

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Date Added: 1/11/2024

Saw Mill Students Celebrate Community’s Diversity

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The student body of the North Bellmore School District hails from many towns, states and countries, and sixth graders from Saw Mill Road Elementary School proudly shared the diversity of the community at the Dec. 14 board of education meeting.

A multilingual presentation opened the meeting, with six students speaking in both English and their native languages, including Creole, Mandarin, Spanish, Ukrainian and Urdu. Students touted the benefits of being bilingual and attending school with children from many different cultural backgrounds.

“One of the wonderful features of North Bellmore is we are a diverse community,” Principal Jeff Rosof said.

Assistant Principal Daniel Madden then introduced the students, who came up one by one. Children spoke about themselves, their families, their backgrounds and their journeys to North Bellmore, while also connecting their remarks to the district’s mission statement and core values.

The speakers included Maryam Khan, Mysha Liu, Elijah Marcelin, Edwin Escobar Miranda, Anastasiia Nikitina and Saray Beltran Torres. They were supported in the audience by their parents, siblings and teachers.

The presentation concluded with each student saying “thank you” in his or her native language. Each month’s board meeting begins with a presentation by sixth graders from one of the district’s five elementary schools. Mr. Rosof said that Saw Mill wanted to “focus on who we are” by highlighting students on a personal level.

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Date Added: 12/22/2023

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