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  • Clara and Emily Parsons with Grace Burns and  Ella Oudeans at the Art of Wisdom Preschool's family Earth Day "Trashion Show" on Sunday at Docker's Waterside in East Quogue. The kids created outfits from recycled materials and turned them fabulous. SONDRA ROSANTE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • Evelyn Dugan and Scarlett Butler at the Art of Wisdom Preschool's family Earth Day "Trashion Show" on Sunday at Docker's Waterside in East Quogue. The kids created outfits from recycled materials and turned them fabulous.   SONDRA ROSANTE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • Scarlett Butler sports a bubble wrap dress at the Art of Wisdom Preschool's family Earth Day "Trashion Show" on Sunday at Docker's Waterside in East Quogue. The kids created outfits from recycled materials and turned them fabulous. SONDRA ROSANTE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • Santino Mitchell, Alicia Prosano and Gianna Mitchell at the Art of Wisdom Preschool's family Earth Day "Trashion Show" on Sunday at Docker's Waterside in East Quogue. The kids created outfits from recycled materials and turned them fabulous. SONDRA ROSANTE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • Ella Oudeans models an outfit at the Art of Wisdom Preschool's family Earth Day "Trashion Show" on Sunday at Docker's Waterside in East Quogue. The kids created outfits from recycled materials and turned them fabulous. SONDRA ROSANTE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • More than 20 Hampton Bays High School students and their mothers gained confidence and much more during the high school’s inaugural Women’s Self-Defense and Awareness Training workshop, held April 13-14.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • In honor of Earth Day, second-graders in Christopher Warren’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School pledged to protect the planet by reducing their carbon footprint. Students wrote promises to pick up garbage, recycle and turn off lights, among other good practices. They also created a bulletin board outside their classroom to display their declarations. From left, are second-graders Daisy Rojas, Jude Desidiero, Danna Ordonez-Padilla and Christopher Forez.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • Ford Fusion from Otis Ford picked by this driver at the Southampton Town EV & Hybrid Car Expo Saturday at Good Ground Park<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Lightwave, southampton , Apr 23</span>
  • Dorothy DeCiccio in Maui at aaround age 25. She celebrates her 100th birthday this week.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 23</span>
  • Frank Zappone, deputy supervisor and local elect4d officials kick off Earth Day Event, Good Ground Park<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by Lightwave, southampton , Apr 22</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School students Alexander Wegman, Berk Ozkazanc, Anthony Gonzales, Austin Wilcox, Gianni Jenkins, Kacie Suarez, and the rest of Mrs. King's kindergarten class keep the beat on various percussion instruments during music class.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 20</span>
  • The East Quogue Elementary School marching band is preparing for its final three performances of the school year, including the EQ Memorial Day Parade,  Flag Day at the school and performing the national anthem at the Long Island Ducks baseball game. (6/20/18). The Marching Band is under the direction of Ms. Penni Russo.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 20</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School sixth-graders in Jackie Alessi’s classroom are learning how to code using web-based programs. From left, Kayla Spanbock, Sabra Harry, Juliet Barnabee, Magaly Rojas and Skylar Sanchez work on their laptops.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 16</span>
  • Nathan Perl was named the March East Quogue School PTA Student of the Month.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 16</span>
  • Congratulations to longtime Hampton Bays residents Sylvia and Smitty Smith who will celebrate their 71st wedding anniversary on April 20!<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 12</span>
  • Congratulations to longtime Hampton Bays residents Sylvia and Smitty Smith who will celebrate their 71st wedding anniversary on April 20!<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 12</span>
  • Southampton Anti-Bias Task Force members, back row, Kathy Werner, Andrea Klausner and Michael Daly. Front row, Lorry Werner and Sister Mary Harvey at the Neighbors in Support of Immigration's 4th annual Celebration of Immigration at the St. Rosalie Church in Hampton Bays on Saturday. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 10</span>
  • Juliana Ruiz at the Neighbors in Support of Immigration's 4th annual Celebration of Immigration at the St. Rosalie Church in Hampton Bays on Saturday. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 10</span>
  • Nancy Roxy and Julio Elias at the Neighbors in Support of Immigration's 4th annual Celebration of Immigration at the St. Rosalie Church in Hampton Bays on Saturday. TOM KOCHIE<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 10</span>
  • Thirty-one Hampton Bays Middle School eighth-graders were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society on March 28. Pictured with the inductees is NJHS chapter adviser Laurie O’Halloran and Principal Dennis Schug.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 5</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School has named Matthew Zbikowski, left,  and Sydney Caldwell the Class of 2018 salutatorian and valedictorian, respectively.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 5</span>
  • An international scientific journal, Toxics, has published an article on research conducted by Hampton Bays High School science research student Caroline Oakland. “This is a huge accomplishment,” said Hampton Bays science research teacher Dr. Stephanie Forsberg. “Authors in this journal are typically adult, Ph.D. researchers in the field.” In the article, Oakland discusses the research she conducted over the past four years with the assistance of her mentor, Dr. Jaymie Meliker of Stony Brook University. The research explores county-level radon and incidents of female thyroid cancer in Iowa, New Jersey and Wisconsin.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Apr 5</span>
  • Kim O’Rourke’s class studied Women’s History Month by researching prominent female figures. The students included, back from left, Victoria Ferrannini, Celeste Franks, Kristopher Muralles, Lana Blowes, Kayla Coffey, Lindsey Hynes, Matthew Moran; middle,  Joselyn Lasso, Keenan Green, Paul Fox, Megan Peters, Jason Passarello, Nicolas Warchol; front, Valeria Ruales and Kara McCormack<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 30</span>
  • Hampton Bays Boy Scout Troop 483 held a food drive on March 10, outside of Stop & Shop. The Scouts collected more than 400 pounds of non-perishable items for the local food pantry. Participating Scouts were, front left to right, Magnus Haynia, Marcus Haynia, Maximus Haynia, Josh Heino; back, Aiden Utz, Daniel Comenzo, John Hilbert, and Scout leader James Hilbert.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 26</span>
  • For the first time in Hampton Bays High School history, two science research students earned awards at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair. This year’s competition was held at the Crest Hollow Country Club on March 15. Senior Sydney Caldwell took home third place in the category of translational medicine, while fellow senior Meghan Long earned an honorable mention for her work in behavior sciences. Both students have been working on their respective research projects with mentors and science research teacher Dr. Stephanie Forsberg since their freshman year.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 23</span>
  • Hampton Bays Middle School sixth-graders Gianna Betta, Emary Thieling and Maya Sanabria were among those who recently took part in a book review project with help from author Jerome Mark Antil. As part of the challenge, sixth-graders were asked to read Antil’s “The Pompey Hollow Book Club,” while eighth-graders were assigned “Hemingway, Three Angels, and Me.” After reading the stories, the students wrote reviews of them and sent them to Antil. Antil will join the students in the spring to discuss their reviews and present them with certificates.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 23</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School students were selected to perform in several prestigious music festivals this year.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 22</span>
  • Members of the Hampton Bays High School newspaper, The Tide, had an opportunity to practice their reporting skills as part of a simulated press conference held at the high school on March 16. During the simulation, students who chose to participate in the National School Walkout on March 14 in honor of the victims of Parkland, Florida, held a press conference to speak about their experiences during the event. Each student made an articulate and passionate statement before fielding questions from the student reporters.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 22</span>
  • The members of the Hampton Bays Elementary School service organization, K-Kids, raised more than $300 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society as part of a “Green Day” fundraiser. Dressed in green, the students sold green necklaces throughout the day on March 16.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 22</span>
  • Hampton Bays High School senior Michelle Moreno Mendoza has earned the prestigious 2018 Angelo Del Toro Scholarship Award. Mendoza received the recognition for displaying leadership, civic activism and passion at the Angelo Del Toro Leadership Institute held recently in Albany. She was also required to pen an essay on the topic of artistic expression. As part of the leadership institute, Mendoza took part in a mock assembly session in which she collaborated with 40 students from across Long Island to argue the pros and cons of four legislative bills. The bills were related to excessive force by law enforcement, the DREAM Fund, immigration and fair pay. Mendoza said she will be studying political science in college in the fall and would like to become a lawyer.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Mar 22</span>