School News, April 4, Sag Harbor & East Hampton Town - 27 East

School News, April 4, Sag Harbor & East Hampton Town

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Pierson High and Middle students recently celebrated Spirit Week that included thematic dress-up days and games for the students to play, concluding with a faculty vs. student volleyball game the evening of March 22. Prior to the game, four student-based teams battled it out to narrow down the best team to take on the faculty members. The faculty team that took the victory with a score of 56 to 51. Seniors also debuted their Pierson senior jerseys s designed by students. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Pierson High and Middle students recently celebrated Spirit Week that included thematic dress-up days and games for the students to play, concluding with a faculty vs. student volleyball game the evening of March 22. Prior to the game, four student-based teams battled it out to narrow down the best team to take on the faculty members. The faculty team that took the victory with a score of 56 to 51. Seniors also debuted their Pierson senior jerseys s designed by students. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Pierson’s PTSA hosted Trivia Night for the Pierson Middle and High School students for a fun filled night of brain teasers, snacks and prizes. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Pierson’s PTSA hosted Trivia Night for the Pierson Middle and High School students for a fun filled night of brain teasers, snacks and prizes. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

authorStaff Writer on Apr 1, 2024
Pierson Trivia Night The Pierson Parent Teacher Student Association recently hosted a Friday Trivia Night for the Pierson middle and high school students. Located in the library, students signed up... more

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