With its trademark Grecian tower visible from miles away, Hewlett Elementary School combines the best of tradition and the latest, most effective educational thinking and technology.
The classic brick structure that is Hewlett Elementary School was built in 1929, expanded in 1949, and refurbished and expanded again in 1993. During the last renovation, the original building was re-created for the 21st century. Hewlett's bright and cheerful interior has a technology resource room, a state-of-the-art library media center with much-beloved memorial collections, a reading garden, music and art rooms, an internationally decorated ESL room, an auditorium and gymnasium, cafeteria and nine acres of grounds for outdoor physical and academic activities.
The school is proud of its family atmosphere in which every staff member and child is important.