Bellport Middle School Building

Bellport Middle School

35 Kreamer Street
Bellport, NY 11713
Phone: (631) 730-1627
Phone: (631) 730-1628
Fax: (631) 286-4460

Grades 6 - 8

Hours:  7:54 am - 2:34 pm

Dr. Jamal Colson

Assistant Principals:

Ms. Manouchka Daniel
Ms. Rosa Kalomiris
Mr. Reinaldo Latorre


Red days: May 20, May 22, May 28, May 30; Blue Days: May 21, May 23, May 29, May 31; No School: May 24, May 27;


The Three A's: Attendance, Attitude, Achievement


Follow the new BMS twitter page @BellportMiddle1



We are excited to announce that we are now offering the convenience of online registration for our sports programs through FamilyID. Please click here for more information and to sign up.

In The News

BOE recognizes Lego robotics

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During their April 17 meeting, the South Country Board of Education recognized members of the middle school Lego robotics team. Team members were presented with certificates of achievement for concluding their season with a first-place award in robot design. The team earned the award at the FIRST LEGO League Tournament at William Floyd High School.

Date Added: 4/23/2024

Drop everything and read

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To celebrate National Drop Everything and Read Day on April 12, seventh and eighth grade Bellport Middle School students in the classes of Jessica Arrigotti, Alison Caracciolo, Lisa Dooley, Shalli Lynch, Ann Metz, Lisa Rusie and Nicolette Schiavone were encouraged to spend time reading a variety of books.

Date Added: 4/22/2024

Girl empowerment assembly

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As part of Career Week in the South Country School District, students took part in a girl empowerment assembly where they heard from Deputy Commissioner Belinda Alvarez Groneman, Deputy Chief Milagros Soto and Sergeant Apryl Hargrove of the Suffolk County Police Department. The decorated officers spoke to the students about their respective journeys into their careers and urged them to always follow their dreams, work hard and be resilient.

Date Added: 3/25/2024

A season of learning for middle school Lego Robotics team

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The Bellport Middle School Lego Robotics team recently concluded their season with a first-place award in robot design. The team earned the award at the FIRST LEGO League Tournament at William Floyd High School.

To earn the award, the team presented their innovation project to a panel of judges and answered technical questions about their project, their robot design and their software code. The team also competed against 26 other teams in the categories of robot game high score, innovation project, programming and core values.

The South Country students prepared for the competition by building this year’s FIRST LEGO Challenge Missions. The 15 different mission models are built using Lego pieces and simple machines to create motion. The team had to design, build and program a challenge competition robot using Lego Spike Prime robot kits. These kits have a programming brick and motors that can attach to other Legos. One of the goals of the competition was to interact and manipulate as many of these mission models as possible.

The team members extend their thanks to their parents, friends, teachers and mentors, who offered support throughout the season.

Date Added: 3/26/2024