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Elementary School Grades K-4 

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
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.




Beautiful Days in Hampton Bays...

Holiday Happenings

Welcome back and hopefully everyone had a wonderful, happy, and safe Thanksgiving!  With all these holidays right around the corner, it is a very busy time of the year especially here at Hampton Bays Elementary School. To start, we would like to thank all of our hard working third and fourth grade students for their wonderful performance during the winter concert and thank you to Mr. Piliero for putting on an amazing show!

We also have another performance coming up. Our first graders will be hosting “Holidays Around the World” on Friday December 13th, where they will perform songs and dances of many cultures from all over the world.  On Thursday, December 20th, our first grade will also be treated to a private screenings of The Polar Express in the multi-purpose room at the elementary school. 

School will be closed for our Winter Recess from Monday, December 23rd through Friday, January 3rd. Classes will resume on January 6th, 2020.

From everyone here at Hampton Bays Elementary School, we hope you have a happy and safe holiday season!



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


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.




K-Kids Raise Funds for Breast Cancer

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The members of the Hampton Bays Elementary School service organization K-Kids recently donated $450 to the American Cancer Society as part of their 15th annual Denim Day fundraiser. They raised the funds by selling breast cancer awareness bracelets to fellow students, teachers and administrators. Students and staff also wore jeans and the color pink on Oct. 25 in honor of the cause. 

A Happy Halloween

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Hampton Bays preschoolers were treated to a special Halloween event on Oct. 31 at Hampton Bays High School. Members of the high school’s newly established Tri-M Music Honor Society teamed up with life skills students to entertain the young guests with trick-or-treating, face painting, fall-themed games and stories.  

Exploding Apples

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The students in Michelle Racywolski’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School recently constructed apple volcanoes by combining baking soda and vinegar in holes dug out of the fruits by their teacher. The seasonally appropriate science lesson included a study of the parts of the apple and different dishes that apples can be found in. The lesson will culminate with a trip to Milk Pail Farm to pick apples and pumpkins.