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Effective 7/1/2018 NYSED requires a physical exam for new entrants and students in Grades Pre-K or K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 & 11; annually for interscholastic sports; and working papers as needed; or as required by the Committee on Special Education (CSE) or Committee on Pre-School Special education (CPSE). The linked NYS School Health Examination form is required to be completed in entirety by a private health care provider or school medical director. If we do not receive your child's exam by October 30th, we will have your child seen by our school doctor. Please call our school nurse if you do not wish you child to have an in-school exam.
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185 North Dunton Avenue
East Patchogue, NY  11772
Phone: (631) 730-1675
Fax:  (631) 286-2918
Grades K - 3
Hours:  9:20 am - 3:20 pm
Principal: Mrs. Mandy Mazziotti














In The News

Apple Fun

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Mrs. McMahon’s Kindergarten class kicked off the Autumn season with Apple fun!  We became historians learning about John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed. We made applesauce using just apples, cinnamon and water.  Through a shared writing, we wrote the recipe; using connecting words such as First, next, last. The room smelled delicious and we all enjoyed eating the yummy applesauce we made. 

Recognizing the Nation’s Heroes on September 11

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Students throughout the District marked a moment of silence and participated in activities to commemorate the men and women who perished and the heroes who ran toward danger during the September 11 attacks on our nation. 

A new state law, signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, encourages school districts to hold a brief moment of remembrance on this infamous day.

At Verne W. Critz Elementary School, students gathered on the front lawn to place American flags along the school walkway. Frank P. Long Intermediate School students participated in various September 11 research activities throughout the day. They watched Brain Pop and YouTube videos, read “Amidee’s Story” about a young girl’s experience, wrote essays, learned about empathy and made commemorative posters.  

During the Bellport Fire Department’s service, Bellport Middle School’s South Country Singers sang the national anthem, while the select chorus performed “God Bless America.” Students Derek Minden and Connor Gronenthal also played taps on trumpet. In addition, student council vice president James Butler led the community in the Pledge of Allegiance, and student council president Christopher Ford read a poem to commemorate the occasion.  

Monday, October 21, 2019
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