Community News for April 15, 2021 - 27 East

Community News for April 15, 2021

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East Quogue Elementary Student Ayden Secrist creates an interactive word wall of geometry vocabulary last week. Students practiced new words by building the word.

East Quogue Elementary Student Ayden Secrist creates an interactive word wall of geometry vocabulary last week. Students practiced new words by building the word.

As part of a lesson on basic circuits, fourth graders at Hampton Bays Elementary School spent their STEM lab time constructing simple series and parallel circuits using LED lights and paper circuit templates designed by makerspaces.com.

As part of a lesson on basic circuits, fourth graders at Hampton Bays Elementary School spent their STEM lab time constructing simple series and parallel circuits using LED lights and paper circuit templates designed by makerspaces.com. Photo courtesy of Hampton Bays School District

Morgan Tiska’s kindergarten class at Hampton Bays Elementary School practiced their literary skills recently by writing about the friends they have made this school year. They also drew colorful images to accompany their work.

Morgan Tiska’s kindergarten class at Hampton Bays Elementary School practiced their literary skills recently by writing about the friends they have made this school year. They also drew colorful images to accompany their work. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

June Eaton’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School learned more about the life cycle of plants through a variety of activities. Following a reading of “The Tiny Seed” by Eric Carle, the students watched science videos on plants, illustrated and labeled plant parts such as the roots, stems, leaves and flowers, created “word flowers” that featured newly learned vocabulary, and planted their very own seeds.

June Eaton’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School learned more about the life cycle of plants through a variety of activities. Following a reading of “The Tiny Seed” by Eric Carle, the students watched science videos on plants, illustrated and labeled plant parts such as the roots, stems, leaves and flowers, created “word flowers” that featured newly learned vocabulary, and planted their very own seeds.

Hampton Bays Elementary School students participated in a music program presented by world-class Carnegie Hall musicians.

Hampton Bays Elementary School students participated in a music program presented by world-class Carnegie Hall musicians. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Southampton High School students were inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society and National Art Honor Society at a ceremony on April 5.

Southampton High School students were inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society and National Art Honor Society at a ceremony on April 5. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

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Hampton Bays Music Program Applauded The Hampton Bays School District has been honored with a 2021 Best Communities for Music Education designation from the nonprofit NAMM Foundation for its outstanding... more

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