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East Hampton Students Reap Benefits of Life Skills, Inclusion and Unified Sports Programs

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East Hampton High School student Sean Lester carries the ball up the court during a unified basketball game against Patchogue-Medford earlier this year. KYRIL BROMLEY

East Hampton High School student Sean Lester carries the ball up the court during a unified basketball game against Patchogue-Medford earlier this year. KYRIL BROMLEY

Desirée Keegan on Dec 7, 2022
Lola Garneau had a loaded schedule this past spring between her first Advanced Placement courses and varsity lacrosse, but that didn’t stop the then-sophomore from being part of what she’d... more

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