School News, April 11, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, April 11, Southampton Town

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Hampton Bays High School freshmen Lilah Nydegger (French horn) and Willem Sarkis (bassoon) recently performed in the Suffolk County Music Educators’ Association All-County Festival at Southampton High School. The two students were selected based on previous NYSSMA scores and teacher recommendations. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays High School freshmen Lilah Nydegger (French horn) and Willem Sarkis (bassoon) recently performed in the Suffolk County Music Educators’ Association All-County Festival at Southampton High School. The two students were selected based on previous NYSSMA scores and teacher recommendations. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Elementary School hosted a
month of March Madness literacy activities with more than 60 students and their families taking part in a literacy night that featured
student book report projects, teachers reading books, crafts, a photo booth, snacks and
prizes. A monthlong reading challenge also took place in which students collaboratively
read a combined 149,337 minutes in school. The goal is to break 150,000 minutes next
year. Students also enjoyed a Read Across America week with fun activities, dress-up days
and drop-everything-and-read sessions. They read in a tent, in boxes and under tables with
flashlights in the library. The month also included a Battle of the Books, where students
voted on their favorite books and teachers revealed the winners with fun videos. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Elementary School hosted a month of March Madness literacy activities with more than 60 students and their families taking part in a literacy night that featured student book report projects, teachers reading books, crafts, a photo booth, snacks and prizes. A monthlong reading challenge also took place in which students collaboratively read a combined 149,337 minutes in school. The goal is to break 150,000 minutes next year. Students also enjoyed a Read Across America week with fun activities, dress-up days and drop-everything-and-read sessions. They read in a tent, in boxes and under tables with flashlights in the library. The month also included a Battle of the Books, where students voted on their favorite books and teachers revealed the winners with fun videos. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School’s cast and crew packed the house  for its performances of “Chicago: Teen Edition,” held in the auditorium on March 22 to 24. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School’s cast and crew packed the house for its performances of “Chicago: Teen Edition,” held in the auditorium on March 22 to 24. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School junior Nicholas Borruso was accepted into the Stony Brook Simons Summer Research Program. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School junior Nicholas Borruso was accepted into the Stony Brook Simons Summer Research Program. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton High School robotics team, Team 9646 Marinators, were recently awarded a Rookie All-Star award at the international FIRST robotics competition at Hofstra University. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton High School robotics team, Team 9646 Marinators, were recently awarded a Rookie All-Star award at the international FIRST robotics competition at Hofstra University. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School student Ava Failla recently collected and donated more than 1,300 books to Book Fairies of Long Island. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School student Ava Failla recently collected and donated more than 1,300 books to Book Fairies of Long Island. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach Elementary School recently named the winners of its 25th annual Math, Science and Technology Fair. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach Elementary School recently named the winners of its 25th annual Math, Science and Technology Fair. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seniors Sydney Flores and Gianna D’Alessandro were selected to exhibit at BAFFA’s annual high school juried invitational art exhibit. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seniors Sydney Flores and Gianna D’Alessandro were selected to exhibit at BAFFA’s annual high school juried invitational art exhibit. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach Middle School students excelled during their first mock trial competition sponsored by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach Middle School students excelled during their first mock trial competition sponsored by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School students Heather Moran, Alexandra Stefanidis, Grace Martin-Tsoupas, (front, l-r) Hailey Reilley and James Kreiling were selected to exhibit at Bay Area Friends of Fine Art's annual high school juried invitational art exhibit in Sayville. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School students Heather Moran, Alexandra Stefanidis, Grace Martin-Tsoupas, (front, l-r) Hailey Reilley and James Kreiling were selected to exhibit at Bay Area Friends of Fine Art's annual high school juried invitational art exhibit in Sayville. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seventh-graders Theresa Talmage, Aaliyah Parris, Aiden Griego, Peter Dunckelmann and Ava Reehil were winners of the school’s second annual Civics Fair. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seventh-graders Theresa Talmage, Aaliyah Parris, Aiden Griego, Peter Dunckelmann and Ava Reehil were winners of the school’s second annual Civics Fair. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Scout Christian Capolino, a sophomore at Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High
School, led Troop 221 in the construction of four benches, a flower box with sunflowers, as
well as a sign on the entrance gate of the East Quogue School garden as part of an Eagle
Scout project. Together, Christian and Troop 221 cleaned up the area in and around the garden to benefit the school and the community. Florence Lumber, John Linquist and Stephanie Rempe made donations that made the project possible. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Scout Christian Capolino, a sophomore at Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School, led Troop 221 in the construction of four benches, a flower box with sunflowers, as well as a sign on the entrance gate of the East Quogue School garden as part of an Eagle Scout project. Together, Christian and Troop 221 cleaned up the area in and around the garden to benefit the school and the community. Florence Lumber, John Linquist and Stephanie Rempe made donations that made the project possible. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Scout Christian Capolino, a sophomore at Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High
School, led Troop 221 in the construction of four benches, a flower box with sunflowers, as
well as a sign on the entrance gate of the East Quogue School garden as part of an Eagle
Scout project. Together, Christian and Troop 221 cleaned up the area in and around the garden to benefit the school and the community. Florence Lumber, John Linquist and Stephanie Rempe made donations that made the project possible. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Scout Christian Capolino, a sophomore at Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School, led Troop 221 in the construction of four benches, a flower box with sunflowers, as well as a sign on the entrance gate of the East Quogue School garden as part of an Eagle Scout project. Together, Christian and Troop 221 cleaned up the area in and around the garden to benefit the school and the community. Florence Lumber, John Linquist and Stephanie Rempe made donations that made the project possible. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Scout Christian Capolino, a sophomore at Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High
School, led Troop 221 in the construction of four benches, a flower box with sunflowers, as
well as a sign on the entrance gate of the East Quogue School garden as part of an Eagle
Scout project. Together, Christian and Troop 221 cleaned up the area in and around the garden to benefit the school and the community. Florence Lumber, John Linquist and Stephanie Rempe made donations that made the project possible. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Scout Christian Capolino, a sophomore at Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School, led Troop 221 in the construction of four benches, a flower box with sunflowers, as well as a sign on the entrance gate of the East Quogue School garden as part of an Eagle Scout project. Together, Christian and Troop 221 cleaned up the area in and around the garden to benefit the school and the community. Florence Lumber, John Linquist and Stephanie Rempe made donations that made the project possible. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

As part of a Women’s History Month celebration, Southampton Elementary School third grade students in Jessica Gomez's​ and Stefany Gomez-Barrientos’ class had a visit from Southampton Village Police Chief Suzanne Hurteau. During the visit, they learned that Chief Hurteau was the first female detective, the first female sergeant and the first female lieutenant before becoming the first female police chief in the department’s 127-year history. Prior to the visit, the students had been presenting information about important women during their school’s morning announcements. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

As part of a Women’s History Month celebration, Southampton Elementary School third grade students in Jessica Gomez's​ and Stefany Gomez-Barrientos’ class had a visit from Southampton Village Police Chief Suzanne Hurteau. During the visit, they learned that Chief Hurteau was the first female detective, the first female sergeant and the first female lieutenant before becoming the first female police chief in the department’s 127-year history. Prior to the visit, the students had been presenting information about important women during their school’s morning announcements. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

authorStaff Writer on Apr 8, 2024
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