Third Graders at Saints Philip & James School Create a Special Exhibit of Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C. Now on Display at the Smithtown Library Thru March 3rd.
Third Grade Students in Mrs. Howard’s class at Sts. Philip and James School have created a very special exhibit of Pennsylvania Avenue, on display now, at the Smithtown Library, through March 3rd. Each student researched one of the 45 presidents and built a home to display along the 1600’s Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. In addition to the 45 different homes, the exhibit includes beautiful models of the white house on one end. On the other, the monuments of the National mall are featured including the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.
About Saints Philip & James School
Saints Philip & James School is dedicated to providing a Catholic education that nourishes respect for individual diversity, fosters cooperative learning, promotes global awareness, and instills 21st century skills needed in today’s society. At Saints Philip & James School the primary commitment is to integrate the Gospel message with the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of our students, thus enabling them to become the leaders of tomorrow.
About the Smithtown Library
The Smithtown Library’s origin, dates all the back to 1907 when a collection of important materials were housed in the law office of Judge Lawrence Smith. On August 12, 1912 the first permanent library building opened, which was moved to the present day location in 1950. Today, the Smithtown Library System consists of the Main Building and three branches located in Commack, Kings Park, and Nesconset. The Smithown Library System is the largest on Long Island and ranks as the tenth largest in the State.