School News, June 1, Sag Harbor and East Hampton Town - 27 East

School News, June 1, Sag Harbor and East Hampton Town

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Sixth and seventh graders at Pierson Middle School recently participated in a Rube Goldberg Mystery Box Challenge. Broken into teams, the students opened a box full of mystery gadgets and knickknacks intended to help them create a contraption that would lead to popping a balloon. Slides, dominoes and marbles were some of the everyday household materials students got to work with. Middle and High School science teacher, Bill Raney, was joined by a few other students from grades six and 10 to judge the final team’s contraptions. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Sixth and seventh graders at Pierson Middle School recently participated in a Rube Goldberg Mystery Box Challenge. Broken into teams, the students opened a box full of mystery gadgets and knickknacks intended to help them create a contraption that would lead to popping a balloon. Slides, dominoes and marbles were some of the everyday household materials students got to work with. Middle and High School science teacher, Bill Raney, was joined by a few other students from grades six and 10 to judge the final team’s contraptions. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton School sixth graders took a field trip to the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on May 17. While there, they learned about the history of aviation and about how forces and Newton's laws affect motion. They were accompanied on the trip by teachers Kam Kaiser and Juliana Pronesti. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

Bridgehampton School sixth graders took a field trip to the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on May 17. While there, they learned about the history of aviation and about how forces and Newton's laws affect motion. They were accompanied on the trip by teachers Kam Kaiser and Juliana Pronesti. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

Springs School science teacher Sean Knight, teacher assistant Eileen Goldman and custodian Nick Nelson were recently honored with SCOPE Education Services awards in appreciation of their outstanding service. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

Springs School science teacher Sean Knight, teacher assistant Eileen Goldman and custodian Nick Nelson were recently honored with SCOPE Education Services awards in appreciation of their outstanding service. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

authorStaff Writer on May 29, 2023
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