School News, May 18, Sag Harbor & East Hampton Town - 27 East

School News, May 18, Sag Harbor & East Hampton Town

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Sag Harbor School District bus driver Donna Skrezec recently visited the pre-K class at Sag Harbor Learning Center to talk about bus safety. With Skrezec’s help, the students learned how to buckle their seatbelts, the importance of remaining in their seats while the bus is in motion and where to locate the eight emergency exits. “The students even practiced jumping off the back of the bus in case of an emergency and used the bus phone to call the dispatcher,” said teacher Kara Romeo. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Sag Harbor School District bus driver Donna Skrezec recently visited the pre-K class at Sag Harbor Learning Center to talk about bus safety. With Skrezec’s help, the students learned how to buckle their seatbelts, the importance of remaining in their seats while the bus is in motion and where to locate the eight emergency exits. “The students even practiced jumping off the back of the bus in case of an emergency and used the bus phone to call the dispatcher,” said teacher Kara Romeo. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Students from the third grade classes at Springs School went to the Long Island Game Farm in Manorville last Thursday for a spring field trip. KATHRYN MENU

Students from the third grade classes at Springs School went to the Long Island Game Farm in Manorville last Thursday for a spring field trip. KATHRYN MENU

Alessa Picco, as Belle, in the Springs School production of “Beauty and the Beast,” performed last Thursday at East Hampton High School. COURTESY CORINNE KELLY

Alessa Picco, as Belle, in the Springs School production of “Beauty and the Beast,” performed last Thursday at East Hampton High School. COURTESY CORINNE KELLY

Isabelle Caplin, Justin Gardiner and Chad Federico, juniors at Pierson High School, participated in the Long Island Math Fair, held at Hofstra University on April 28, where they competed against other juniors from Nassau and Suffolk counties. Federico was awarded a silver medal for his paper and presentation on baseball statistics and Gardiner was awarded a gold medal for his project on pseudorandom number generation. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Isabelle Caplin, Justin Gardiner and Chad Federico, juniors at Pierson High School, participated in the Long Island Math Fair, held at Hofstra University on April 28, where they competed against other juniors from Nassau and Suffolk counties. Federico was awarded a silver medal for his paper and presentation on baseball statistics and Gardiner was awarded a gold medal for his project on pseudorandom number generation. COURTESY SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Springs School's Special Olympics athletes were recognized at a recent Board of Education meeting. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

Springs School's Special Olympics athletes were recognized at a recent Board of Education meeting. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

To celebrate the diversity of the school community Springs School recently staged its annual World's Fair. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

To celebrate the diversity of the school community Springs School recently staged its annual World's Fair. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

To celebrate the diversity of the school community Springs School recently staged its annual World's Fair. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

To celebrate the diversity of the school community Springs School recently staged its annual World's Fair. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

To celebrate the diversity of the school community Springs School recently staged its annual World's Fair. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

To celebrate the diversity of the school community Springs School recently staged its annual World's Fair. COURTESY SPRINGS SCHOOL

authorStaff Writer on May 15, 2023
College News Rose Littman of Amagansett was awarded a bachelor’s degree in graphic design during the Flagler College commencement ceremony on May 6.

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