Samuel F.B. Morse Elementary School
S.F.B. Morse Elementary School is one of four elementary schools serving City of Poughkeepsie students. In 2019-2020 enrollment was 561.
Address: 101 Mansion St.
Principal: Samantha Mitchell, email@example.com
Main Office hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
School hours: 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Enrollment: 561 (2019-20)
Staff: 70 (2019-20)
Math Madness takes over Morse
Morse Elementary School staff, families and community partners came together for Morse March Math Madness - a night of fun and math held at the school March 16, 2023.
Morse students bring historical figures to life
American history is full of stories about African Americans that have had an impact on lives throughout the country - from the arts to inventions and politics. And, for 20 years, Morse teacher Jennifer Ennist and students at Morse Elementary School have brought them to life via the Black History Wax Museum project.
Morse students, staff celebrate 100th school day
Feb. 14th may have been Valentine’s Day, but it was also another special day for students - the 100th day of school of the 2022-23 school year.
Everyday Counts: PSA contest
School Caseworkers are hosting a PSA contest to bring attention to the importance of attendance.
Hobart College inducts PHS grad into Hall of Fame
Tyre Coleman (PHS Class of 2011) recently was inducted into Hobart College’s Athletic Hall of Fame for his work on the gridiron.
Banquet recognizes student athletes
More than 200 people turned out to honor Poughkeepsie High School athletes who competed this school year - including 66 who were individual scholar athletes, maintaining a 90 or above average.
Poughkeepsie's' Elementary Schools Spring Concert
Make sure not to miss this unique event!
Poughkeepsie High School Spring Concert
Mark your calendars for this MONDAY, JUNE 5th
Safe Routes committee launches
The goal is to launch the Safe Routes program by the start of school in September.
Safety Data Sheets
Morse Elementary School safety data sheets
Safety Data Sheets for chemicals used at Morse Elementary School.
How to help kids understand and manage their emotions
Parents, teachers, and other caregivers have an important role in teaching children self-regulation
How to help kids navigate friendships and peer relationships
Teaching them psychological tools now can aid them well into adulthood
Here’s advice from psychologists on how to help kids cope with anger and frustration
Helping children articulate their feelings without acting on them and providing consistent consequences can help them regulate emotions