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Hampton Bays Elementary School Welcomes Students Back On Tuesday

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Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Hampton Bays Elementary School students had their first day of school on Tuesday, September 3. ANISAH ABDULLAH

authorAnisah Abdullah on Sep 3, 2019
Labor Day Weekend has ended, which means that students are now heading back to school. The Hampton Bays School District had its first day of classes on Tuesday, September 3,... more

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