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Hampton Bays Elementary School

72 Ponquogue Avenue
Hampton Bays, NY 11946-2298
Grades: K - 4
Hours: 8:40-3:10
Children should not be dropped off before 8:30.

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

             
Photo of Marc Meyer
Principal
Marc M. Meyer
Photo of Richard Triandafils
Assistant Principal
Richard Triandafils

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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

K-Kids Provide Thanksgiving Dinners To Those In Need

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The members of the Hampton Bays Elementary School service organization K-Kids recently donated $200 toward their school’s PTA Thanksgiving fundraiser that provides gift cards for families in need to purchase Thanksgiving dinners. They raised the funds by selling rubber ducks during their lunch period to peers and teachers.

Date Added: 11/28/2022

Pilgrims Set Sail

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Hampton Bays Elementary School kindergartners learned about the difficult voyage the Pilgrims made across the mighty Atlantic Ocean in a makeshift Mayflower as part of teacher Mary Motz’s annual Mayflower reenactment on Nov. 22. While on the “ship,” Motz read “The First Thanksgiving” by Linda Hayward to her class.

Date Added: 11/24/2022

Sharing Kindness

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Hampton Bays Elementary School first graders are sharing kindness. Following a recent, grade-level character education assembly on the theme, students were inspired to showcase what they had learned by drawing ways to be kind on paper circles. They added their circles to large poster in the first grade hallways as a reminder to everyone to carry out acts of kindness every day.

Date Added: 11/23/2022

A Display of Kindness

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In honor of World Kindness Day, Hampton Bays Elementary School students in Becky Yakaboski’s class promoted positivity and kindness by sharing hundreds of Post-it notes around their school. The students worked very hard to write positive affirmations and create cheerful pictures to share as a surprise for their peers.

Date Added: 11/14/2022

Growing Up a Pumpkin

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Hampton Bays Elementary School first graders have been studying pumpkins and how they grow. They read books on the subject, learned words like seed and vine, and put pictures in order to show the stages of pumpkin growth.

Date Added: 10/25/2022

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