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 Mission Statement

Kreamer Street is a learning community of educators, students and families. Our mission is to lay a foundation of solid educational skills and a love of learning for all. Through the use of data driven instruction, our students will leave as readers, writers and mathematicians ready to explore the world and make their mark. We strive to build up our community so that when our students graduate, they will be confident citizens surrounded by a supportive environment in which to begin a productive and enriched life.



The PTA as arranged for an online Book Fair. The fair will start on Monday the 30th and run for two weeks. All orders will be shipped directly to the student's home and shipping is free on book purchases of $25.00 or more. Since this is online, there is an enormous selection of books and prices start at $1.00.

Here is the link to the fair. The SHOP NOW button will not be available until Monday.

A Message from Kreamer Kingdom 2020

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37 Kreamer Street
Bellport, NY 11713
Phone: (631) 730-1650
Fax:  (631) 776-0903
Grades K - 3
Hours:  9:20 am - 3:20 pm
Principal: Mr. Sean F. Clark





In The News

Kreamer Street is full of STEAM

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Kreamer Street Elementary School in the South Country Central School District hosted its second annual STEAM Day on March 12. In addition to science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics activities integrated into the day’s lessons, the students visited a SkyDome Planetarium, sponsored by the South Country Education Foundation, where they learned about the solar system.
School librarian Chris Belford allowed students to participate in an array of STEAM activities such as coding on Chromebooks, building structures using Kid K’Nex, drawing and painting and making a musical doorbell out of snap circuits. Students also harvested mixed greens from the aquaponic garden in the STEAM lab and bagged them for distribution at Island Harvest. 
Merrill Banks’ class worked in teams as student-engineers to construct Lego structures. Each student had an assigned job to draw a rendering and to construct parts of their structure, which were then put together to create a three-story house, cat house, house and garden duo or castle. The exercise fostered important STEAM elements including communication, teamwork and synergy.
STEAM Day teacher coordinator Gina Benzie noted that the day encouraged students to “explore through doing and to excite students about science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics concepts.” Ms. Benzie’s first grade class collaborated with older students to build leprechaun traps to emphasize STEAM’s engineering principles.  
During the 2018-2019 school year, Kreamer Street Elementary built a designated lab to introduce STEAM elements to students in tandem with the district’s grade-level curriculum. The STEAM lab is equipped with a SMART TV, a hydroponics lab, and opportunities to explore, build and fine tune motor skills through the use of Magna Tiles, Legos, robotics technology and more. The students visit the lab each week, where Principal Sean Clark said there is a lot of creativity and problem-solving happening each day.

100 Days Smarter

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The District’s students celebrated the first 100 days of school on February 26 with special and engaging hands-on English language arts, mathematics and art activities to mark this momentous occasion for the district’s elementary-level students.

Many of the students arrived at their school entrances dressed as 100-year-olds or wearing T-shirts decorated with an array of 100 items. Science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics stations allowed students to build structures with Legos, Unifix cubes and plastic cups. Students honed reading skills while hunting for 100 site words posted in their classrooms and by listening to stories about the first 100 days of school. Many of the students made hats for the occasion that said “I am 100 days brighter” or “I am 100 days smarter.”

Kreamer Street Elementary School Principal Sean Clarke said it was a very special day for the students. “Through hard work, the students have met the academic challenges of the first 100 days of school.”  
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