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101 Fireplace Neck Road

Brookhaven, NY 11719
Phone: (631) 730-1700
Fax: (631) 286-6210

Grades K - 3

Hours: 9:20 am - 3:20 pm

Dr. Rebecca Raymond

Assistant Principal:
Mrs. Rosa Kalomiris



In an effort to continue to support our families, please feel free to contact the Brookhaven health office (631-730-1710) with any Quarantine procedures that may have been issued, positive COVID-19 test results or any health concern you may have.

En un esfuerzo por continuar apoyándolo a nuestras familias, no dude en comunicarse con la oficina de salud de Brookhaven (631-730-1710) con cualquier procedimiento de cuarentena si se han emitido resultados positivos de la prueba COVID-19 o cualquier problema de salud que pueda tener.

  • 2020-2021 Health Office Support (English) (Spanish)
  • Important Dates:
    • December 7, 2020, remote learning for students in grades K, 1 and 4 for trimester 2 will begin.
    • December 14, 2020, remote learning for students in grades 2, 3 and 5 for trimester 2 will begin.
    • December 14, 2020 4 days in person students for grades 2 and 3 will begin.
  • Message for K-5 Remote Learners
  • Live Teaching Expectations (English) (Spanish)


PTA Announcements


** Update ** A+ School Rewards
Through the Stop and Shop A+ rewards program, Brookhaven Elementary School has earned $1,270.49! To register your card, just go to and enter school ID#11766. Click here for more information.

In The News

Christmas Holiday Cards

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The Brookhaven Village Association asked Brookhaven Elementary School to help them with the “Put a Little Heart in Your Community” event taking place the weekend of December 12th as a way to celebrate the season giving, unity and joy. Students at the school were excited to create holiday cards for local residents at the Bellhaven Care Facility. We share these wishes to spread holiday cheer to other members of our community as well – enjoy!

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District Students and Faculty Demonstrate Generosity

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Hybrid learning and the COVID-19 pandemic did not hinder South Country faculty, PTA and students from generously donating food to assist those in need this Thanksgiving season.

At Bellport High School, the student council organized a food drive during the month of November and members successfully packed more than 30 large boxes for the Lighthouse Mission and for a number of individual district families. The student council also donated turkeys and hams, accompanied by individual donations from faculty and staff.

Student council adviser Ellen Hoffman said, “The student council has been really impressive in their drive to fill donation boxes as much as they can in a cohort setting. There are a lot of fresh new faces in our meetings and so many students want to help and be involved.”

Brookhaven Elementary School’s PTA also sponsored a schoolwide food drive for families in need of holiday treats. In order to support families and local businesses, community members supplemented donations with meals from Rudi’s Bar and Grill to be picked up by community families, school social worker Kate Coppola said.

Through the student council, Bellport Middle School also collected food throughout the month of November. Additionally, Verne W. Critz Elementary School donated 11 complete Thanksgiving meals to school families looking forward to celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday. The collection was sponsored by the PTA and staff.


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