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Elementary School Grades K-4 

Principal
Marc M. Meyer

Assistant Principal
Richard Triandafils

Main Office: (631) 723-2121
Fax: (631) 723-2840
Nurse: (631) 723-2121 Ext 4107
Fax: (631) 723-2125
Attendance: (631) 723-2121 Ext 4102

  
72 Ponquogue Avenue
Hampton Bays, NY 11946-2298
Hours:
8:40-3:10, children should not be
dropped off before 8:30.

Learning Essentials

The mission of the Hampton Bays School District is to provide safe and caring learning environments and develop programs to encourage intellectual curiosity, celebrate diversity, and maximize the individual talents of our children.

Virtual Open House

Message for Mr. Meyer and Mr. T

Message from Christine Anselmo and Theresa Dellaposta

Message for the Elementary School PTA

Useful Information

   

Video to assist Students and Parents with Google Classroom (Part 1)

Video to assist Students and Parents with Google Classroom (Part 2)

Tips and Tricks for Using Google Slides

 

How to Use Google Classroom (Spanish)

 

 

Beautiful Days in Hampton Bays...

Welcome Back

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!  We are very excited and eager to welcome back our returning students as well as our new arrivals to the elementary school this year as it is sure to be the best school year ever!  It is our hope that everyone had a safe and enjoyable summer, and it is with great enthusiasm that we start this year off on Tuesday, September 8th our very first day of school.

Please be reminded that for the first two weeks of school, Phase 1, Kindergarten through 4th grade students will follow a hybrid approach of attending school on Purple and White days.  LSA students will attend school on a daily basis. Purple days meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays and White days meet on Wednesday and Fridays. 

As always, it’s our goal to continue raising the bar each year for our students and to keep moving forward, and this year is certainly no exception.  Our objective this school year is to further develop each and every student’s academic foundation, their character, their commitment to our wonderful community that is Hampton Bays, and last, but certainly not least, their love for lifelong learning.  The 2020-2021 school year looks to be the most promising one yet, and remember: the sun is always shining here at Hampton Bays Elementary School!  


 

Message from the Principal

Welcome to the Hampton Bays Elementary School! It is our goal that each child will learn, grow, and develop every day at Hampton Bays. Our desire is to provide academic excellence in a warm and supportive school climate. We want each parent to feel that their child is having a great year at Hampton Bays.

Strong parental and community support enhances the quality of education at Hampton Bays. Please come and meet with us, talk to us, join the PTA, and volunteer your time and energy. We know that your involvement, combined with the efforts of our outstanding faculty, will make this school year a rich and rewarding year for your child. Please join us as we create a bright and successful future for all of our students.

I look forward to working with you this school year. Let's make it the best one ever!

Sincerely yours,

Marc M. Meyer
Principal

Directions

From West
LIE to Exit 70 South. Take County Rd. 111 South to the end. It places you on Sunrise Hwy. (Rte. 27). Take to Exit 65 South. Make left at Diner onto Montauk Hwy. Head East for 2 traffic lights. Turn right at 2nd light (Ponquogue Avenue). Travel approximately 1 mile. Pass Library. School will be on the right one block down.

From East
Take Sunrise Hwy (Rte. 27) to Exit 65 South. Make left at Diner onto Montauk Hwy. Head East for 2 traffic lights. Turn right at 2nd light (Ponquogue Avenue). Travel approximately 1 mile. Pass Library. School will be on the right one block down.



 

 

News

A Wormy Lesson

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Third grade students at Hampton Bays Elementary School compared candy gummy worms and real worms as part of a recent STEM department lesson.

The students in Claire Urizzo’s class began by reading a book about earthworms that detailed their features and characteristics. They then used a diagram worksheet to make observations about gummy and earthworms and compare their similarities and differences.

“Students loved this activity,” said Urizzo. “They were so interested in learning about earthworms.”

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