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Dec 11, 2017 10:56 AMPublication: The Southampton Press

Southampton School News, December 14

Dec 11, 2017 11:19 AM

Southampton High School

Margaret Hattrick has been named the October Lions Girl of the Month. She is co-president of the Class of 2018, captain of the girls track team, and a member of the National Honor Society, girls soccer team, Varsity Club and Natural Helpers. She enjoys running, surfing and writing, and her future plans include attending the University of Vermont to study environmental science and English. Her dream job is to be an environmental journalist for National Geographic. Margaret is the daughter of Sean and Jennifer Hattrick.

Keilyn Castillo has been named the December Rotary Student of the Month. She is the Class of 2018 co-president, secretary of Key Club, and captain of the cross country and track and field teams, as well as a member of the French and Spanish honor societies, Varsity Club and the Retreat Teen Leadership Program. She enjoys participating in events with the Southampton Town Youth Bureau, helping with Maureen’s Haven at the church every winter, running, playing sports, and volunteering her translation skills when needed for events at Tuckahoe School. Her future plans include attending college to study architecture.

The Southampton High School Rotary Interact Club fed the Maureen’s Haven guests at Southampton Presbyterian Church on Saturday, December 9. Students purchased and prepared a delicious tomato and herb chicken, roasted potatoes, roasted carrots, tossed salad and various desserts They also served, cleaned up and set up breakfast for the homeless guests that stay overnight at the church.

Southampton Elementary School:

Third- and fourth-graders from the Southampton Elementary School’s Garden Club took their annual field trip to Fowler’s Garden Center on Thursday, December 7, to make wreaths and learn about the kinds of Christmas trees locals purchase and the process to get them to their homes. They enjoyed the Holiday Village with festive lights and train set and wrote letters to Santa. Midge Fowler welcomed the club with homemade oatmeal cookies.

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