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35 Kreamer Street
Bellport, NY 11713
Phone: (631) 730-1627
Phone: (631) 730-1628
Fax: (631) 286-4460
 
Grades 6 - 8
Hours:  7:50 am - 2:32 pm
 
Principal:
Dr. Jamal Colson

Assistant Principals:

Mr. Paul Graf
Mr. John Frankie 
Ms. Lisa Zaccaro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

   

In The News

Bellport Middle School Celebrates National Foreign Language Week

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Each year, educators across the country observe National Foreign Language Week during the first week of March.  Over the years, the World Languages Department of Bellport Middle School has made National Foreign Language Week a highlight of our school life.  This year, the week-long celebration at the Middle School was particularly outstanding.  Each day had a different theme: Monday was “Hispanic Cultures Day”, Tuesday - “Italian Day”, Wednesday - “French Day”, Thursday - “Portuguese Day”, and Friday was “Multicultural Day”.  During homeroom, students introduced the morning announcements in Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese.  During their World Language class periods, students assembled each day in the auditorium for presentations and fun activities. 

Monday saw the debut of a BMS original documentary about global citizenship.  In the film, various BMS staff members shared their personal experiences about traveling abroad, and how those experiences helped shape their world perspective.  Mr. Di Puma, the creator of the film, said that he hopes the video will help increase student reflection on being global citizens, and that it will promote kindness and empathy throughout the Middle School.  After the film, students were invited to compete in a poster contest on the theme of global citizenship and what it personally means to be better global citizens.  

We are proud to report that our film has “gone viral” and has been shown to students in other schools outside of our district. 
The link to the video can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLkNFJ7YVQA
 

BMS Cancer Research Fundraiser Sets New Record

Pictured 1st row: Angie Gomez, Madison Peters, Emily Zahralban.  2nd row:  Kaylee Thatcher, Annie Mezzatesta, Karli Monsell, Isabella Gascon, Grace Mezzatesta, Row 3:   Stuco Advisor Mr. DiPuma, Jack Armann, Cassidy Solina, Michaela Lyons, Mitchell Mordente, Isabella Banellis, Dr. Colson, Principal.
Pictured 1st row: Angie Gomez, Madison Peters, Emily Zahralban. 2nd row: Kaylee Thatcher, Annie Mezzatesta, Karli Monsell, Isabella Gascon, Grace Mezzatesta, Row 3: Stuco Advisor Mr. DiPuma, Jack Armann, Cassidy Solina, Michaela Lyons, Mitchell Mordente, Isabella Banellis, Dr. Colson, Principal.
The Bellport Middle School Student Council concluded its third consecutive “Penny Wars” for Cancer Research. The school engaged in a month long competition this January, in which the sixth, seventh and eighth grade students battled it out to see which grade could win the most points while raising money for cancer research.  Cassidy Solina, 8th grade Student Council Representative, said “We all know someone who has been affected by this terrible disease and remembering those people helped push us to beat the goal.” This year the council set the goal to beat the $3,010 record that was set last year.  The faculty and students set out to do exactly that.  The success of this fundraiser was supported by many of the staff members helping to cheerlead and coordinate the students' enthusiasm.  Other students took to collecting outside of local supermarkets to help increase their collection.  In the end, Bellport Middle School collected $3,800, which will go directly to Johns Hopkins University for Cancer Research.  
 
Bellport Middle School Student Council advisor, Mr. Di Puma, said that he is truly grateful for the collective efforts of the Bellport faculty, staff and students.  He stated that he is continually inspired by the charitable nature of the Middle School and the amazing feats that the faculty, students and staff continue to accomplish on a daily basis.    
 
Saturday, March 25, 2017