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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.



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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 Students Learn Hydroponics

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Aimee Volk’s third-grade students at Kreamer Street have been growing vegetables through the method of hydroponics, the raising of plants without soil. They are now performing an experiment that compares the soil-based growth of tomatoes, radishes, peppers and other vegetables to those grown through hydroponics. Since planting the vegetables in their classroom, they are looking forward to charting and comparing their growth. They are also creating a tier hydroponic system with four levels of plants, which can be readily used in a home, office or classroom.

“The goal is to get students to think about sustainable growth methods, and to see how the hydroponic method differs from traditional growth in the soil, ” Ms. Volk said. 

In addition, the students are utilizing a low-tech aquaculture system to grow wheatgrass and radish microgreens. A beta fish tank provides all the nutrients for the plants to grow. In fact, the wheatgrass was harvested and blended in a smoothie for the students to taste.

Saturday, February 16, 2019
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