ElemWesthampton Beach Elementary School

379 Mill Road
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.:  (631) 288-3800 ext. 252 or 231
After 4p.m.:  (631) 288-3804
Fax: (631) 288-7867 
Hours: 8:30a.m. - 3:10p.m.
We Care- 7:15 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Principal: Lisa Slover (lslover@whbschools.org)
Assistant Principal: Lisa Menegio (lmenegio@whbschools.org)

The major purpose of the elementary school program is to provide students in grades K-5 with a solid education and a thorough foundation in the basic skills. Students are instructed in reading, mathematics, language arts, social studies, health, science, and foreign language. In addition, classes are offered in physical education, vocal and instrumental music, art, and library. Instruction is also provided in the area of technology. A sequential, integrated guidance curriculum is offered.

Our elementary Library Media Center and Computer Lab offer a variety of materials for students. The books, records, tapes, and computer software are used to supplement classroom instruction.

When homework is assigned to elementary students, its purpose is to practice skills introduced in the classroom. The amount varies with the subject and grade level of the students. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in the student’s homework assignments by reading and working with their children.



Current News

Celebrating an Hour of Code

Celebrating an Hour of Code

To mark Computer Science Education Week, Westhampton Beach Elementary School students spent an hour learning code on Dec. 3 through activities provided by Code.org.

Known as the Hour of Code, the experience gives students an opportunity to explore coding as the basis for a possible career in computer science. It also allows them to hone their problem-solving skills. 

Scientifically speaking


Westhampton Beach Elementary School third-graders enjoyed an educational trip to Brookhaven National Laboratory on Oct. 31. During their visit, they took part in a variety of hands-on scientific activities led by BNL representatives. They were also challenged to find solutions to engineering problems and learned how to create simple circuits. Pictured from left are students Noah Murphy and Jude Dawson.