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John S. Hobart Elementary School

At John S. Hobart Elementary School, we are committed to providing our students with an educational experience that addresses both their social and academic development. We believe in holding our students to high expectations. Our curriculum, programs and support services reinforce our belief that all children can reach the high standards that we set for them.
The cooperative efforts of our staff, parents, teachers and administrators will ensure optimal support for each child, creating successful students and responsible citizens. We are looking forward to a successful and memorable school year.

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John S. Hobart Elementary School
230 Van Buren Street
Shirley NY, 11967
Grades K-5 (9:15am - 3:33pm)

Hobart Elementary Principal
James Westcott (631) 874-1273

Hobart Elementary Assistant Principal
Dominic Ciliotta (631) 874-1525

Hobart Elementary Office Numbers
Main Office – (631) 874-1296
Attendance – (631) 874-1708
School Nurse – (631) 874-1248
Psychologist – (631) 874-1243
Hobart Library – (631) 874-1569

Social Worker
Katrina Reilly (631) 874-1230 

DASA Coordinator
Josh Zelin (631) 874-1243

Hobart News

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This page will be updated whenever there is COVID-19 related information to share.

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At the April 20, 2021 budget adoption meeting, the William Floyd Board of Education adopted its proposed budget for the 2021-22 school year, which calls for a 0% (zero percent) tax levy increase. This budget, which maintains all student programs, clubs, sports and other opportunities, is fiscally conservative for residents while providing long-term multi-year sustainability for district operations. The Board of Education has continued to put forth fiscally responsible budgets as evidenced by staying at or below the tax cap limit for the 10th consecutive year (every year during the tax cap era).