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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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Kreamer

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

Extra Science and Math Work Yields Hockey Tickets

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Additional science and math work paid off for Aimee Volk’s third grade Kreamer Street Elementary School students in the South Country Central School District who all earned and received two free New York Islanders game tickets. 
In addition to their regular course work, the students took a Hockey Scholar Math and Science online course to build their STEM skills. Sponsored by EverFI, Inc. and the New York Islanders, the students volunteered to participate in immersive hockey simulations which explored the real-life applications of fundamental math and STEM concepts. The hockey simulations were designed to build the students’ confidence, mastery and interest in these important 21st-century concepts.   
Principal Sean Clark said he was proud of the students for taking time to participate in this program and wishes the class much success in its science and math studies.
 


Good Touch, Bad Touch

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Safety of students on and off campus is a high priority for the District, where students learn about staying clear of strangers, exiting a building on fire and remaining secure during a bus ride to and from school. In addition to these tools, Kreamer Street students attended a program with Parents for Megan’s Law Crime Victims Center sex offense prevention educator Jennifer Waters called It’s Your Body – You’re in Charge.

During the program, the students discussed the definition of a stranger and talked about scenarios in which they could need assistance from someone they have never met. They also discussed how each person is in charge of their own body and to rely on their instincts about whether another person’s touch makes them feel good or bad. A “touch” can refer to a sisterly hug, a tug of a ponytail or a high-five between friends.

They also discussed when touching can make them feel bad and who to speak to if this were to happen. “Good touches make you feel safe and comfortable,” Ms. Waters said. “You are in charge of your own body, and you decide if a touch is good or bad.”
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