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  • East Quogue Elementary School sixth-graders met educators from Group for the East End at Ponquogue Beach to learn about the bay estuary system.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 17</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School sixth-graders learned about geological landfaorms and glaciers from and guest educator for the East End.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 17</span>
  • Hampton Bays Elementary School first-graders in Joan Barker’s class have been busy “hiding” paper turkeys to spare them from the farmer on Thanksgiving Day. The students “hid” their paper turkeys in creative “costumes” after reading “Turkey Trouble” by Wendi Silvano.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 16</span>
  • Throughout the month of November, members of the Hampton Bays Elementary School service group, K-Kids, have been working to collect nonperishable items for those in need. The third- and fourth-graders will donate all items to local food pantries.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 16</span>
  • The current exhibition at the Quogue Library Art Gallery continues through November. Lulie Morrisey, Art Gallery Chair, and Barbara Groot, artist, in front of "Splendor in the Grass."<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 15</span>
  • The Hampton Bays School District honored U.S. Army veteran Vincent Ciano during a Veterans Day ceremony on November 8. Hampton Bays Wolves Wolves Pack 483 assisted in leading the crowd in the Pledge of Alliance during the ceremony. Mr. Ciano served his country for 33 years.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School fifth-graders recently traveled to Wildwood State Park to complete part one of their comparative study of Long Island's North and South Shores. They learned about the formation of Long Island as a terminal moraine through the melting of glaciers. They utilized a soil sifter and auger to study the makeup of the soil on the North Shore of Long Island. They also learned to use a compass in order to study directionality and identify their location on the island and studied and created topographic maps.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School fifth-graders recently traveled to Wildwood State Park to complete part one of their comparative study of Long Island's North and South Shores. They learned about the formation of Long Island as a terminal moraine through the melting of glaciers. They utilized a soil sifter and auger to study the makeup of the soil on the North Shore of Long Island. They also learned to use a compass in order to study directionality and identify their location on the island and studied and created topographic maps.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School fifth-graders recently traveled to Wildwood State Park to complete part one of their comparative study of Long Island's North and South Shores. They learned about the formation of Long Island as a terminal moraine through the melting of glaciers. They utilized a soil sifter and auger to study the makeup of the soil on the North Shore of Long Island. They also learned to use a compass in order to study directionality and identify their location on the island and studied and created topographic maps.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School fifth-graders recently traveled to Wildwood State Park to complete part one of their comparative study of Long Island's North and South Shores. They learned about the formation of Long Island as a terminal moraine through the melting of glaciers. They utilized a soil sifter and auger to study the makeup of the soil on the North Shore of Long Island. They also learned to use a compass in order to study directionality and identify their location on the island and studied and created topographic maps.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • About 15 friends of retired NYPD first responder Bill King, who died last October of 9-11-related illness, gathered at the Shinnecock Inlet on Sunday to dedicate a bench placed there in his memory. Following 9-11, Mr. King would often stop at the inlet every day. His wife, Margaret, and his son, Danny, a sophomore at Hampton Bays High School, were at the dedication.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • About 15 friends of retired NYPD first responder Bill King, who died last October of 9-11-related illness, gathered at the Shinnecock Inlet on Sunday to dedicate a bench placed there in his memory. Following 9-11, Mr. King would often stop at the inlet every day. His wife, Margaret, and his son, Danny, a sophomore at Hampton Bays High School, were at the dedication.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • During a ceremony on November 8, 62 third- and fourth-graders at Hampton Bays Elementary School were inducted into the school’s K-Kids community service organization, which is affiliated with Kiwanis. Participants of K-Kids meet before school once a month and organize fundraisers that benefit a variety of community organizations.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 13</span>
  • Pack 483 Wolves with Superintendent Lars Clemenson and Principle Marc Meyer at The Veterans Flag Day Ceremony at Hampton Bays Elementary School<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted by VickieWeidner-Single, , Nov 8</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School fourth-graders created Halloween goody bags for the children at Stony Brook Children's Hospital. Each student decorated one bag and stuffed it with Halloween goodies.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Nov 6</span>
  • Bryce Smith as Max from "Where the Wild Things Are" at the Quogue Library Halloween Parade on Tuesday afternoon. CAILIN RILEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 31</span>
  • Lucy, Doug and Dave Owens at the Quogue Library Halloween Parade on Tuesday afternoon. CAILIN RILEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 31</span>
  • Randy, KC, Paige and Piper Palling at the Quogue Library Halloween Parade on Tuesday afternoon. CAILIN RILEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 31</span>
  • Claire Riley as Minnie Mouse at the Quogue Library Halloween Parade on Tuesday afternoon. CAILIN RILEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 31</span>
  • Jaynelle and Jeannine Fernandez at the Quogue Library Halloween Parade on Tuesday afternoon. CAILIN RILEY<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 31</span>
  • Students from the Quogue School along with Quogue Village Mayor Peter Sartorius at the Hudsy 5K Run/Walk and Fun Run on Saturday honoring Joan Hudson and sponsored by Quogue School Heart Links Project. SARAH ADAMS<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 30</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School third-graders, left to right, Daniel Wandolowski, Adam Poulmentis, Arianna Villella, and Grace Smith learn about the weather and the water cycle, through a lab experiment with hot water, a cup and ice to show evaporation and condensation.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 27</span>
  • Ava Wilmott, Samantha Mazurkiewicz, and Althea Ziccardi were among the East Quogue Elementary School students who participated in the fifth annual Spooky Fun Glow Run, for which they dressed in their Halloween costumes and glow goodies, for a chance to win prizes. The Glow Run is organized by the East Quogue Schools Wellness Committee.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 27</span>
  • Jack Alford was among the East Quogue Elementary School students who participated in the fifth annual Spooky Fun Glow Run, for which they dressed in their Halloween costumes and glow goodies, for a chance to win prizes. The Glow Run is organized by the East Quogue Schools Wellness Committee.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 27</span>
  • Emma Lockwood and Isabella Phillips were among the East Quogue Elementary School students who participated in the fifth annual Spooky Fun Glow Run, for which they dressed in their Halloween costumes and glow goodies, for a chance to win prizes. The Glow Run is organized by the East Quogue Schools Wellness Committee.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 27</span>
  • Daniel Rojas was among the East Quogue Elementary School students who participated in the fifth annual Spooky Fun Glow Run, for which they dressed in their Halloween costumes and glow goodies, for a chance to win prizes. The Glow Run is organized by the East Quogue Schools Wellness Committee.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 27</span>
  • Kara Flynn and Violet Galway were among the East Quogue Elementary School students who participated in the fifth annual Spooky Fun Glow Run, for which they dressed in their Halloween costumes and glow goodies, for a chance to win prizes. The Glow Run is organized by the East Quogue Schools Wellness Committee.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 27</span>
  • The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth has nominated nine Hampton Bays Middle School students to participate in its annual talent search. With the students are counselor Laurie O' Halloran, lower left, and, back row left to right, Assistant Principal Anthony DeBlasio, Principal Dennis Schug and counselor Jessica Sears.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 26</span>
  • East Quogue Elementary School second-graders, left to right, Aurora Recchion, Lily Warchol and Eliana Fratello enjoying the reading garden on a beautiful October day.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 24</span>
  • The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays has added local attorney Zachary Riyaz to its board of directors. The Center which is the only wildlife hospital in Eastern Long Island, cares for injured and sick wild animals for release back into the wild.<br/><span style='font-style:italic'>Submitted Oct 23</span>