School News, April 18, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, April 18, Southampton Town

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Italian, French and Spanish language students at Southampton High School recently enjoyed an interactive performance at Suffolk Theatre by the Italian production company Incanto. The performance featured songs in Italian, French, English and Spanish that were woven into creative dancing with the theme of the environment. Students were called on stage to participate in the production. The multicultural production was followed by lunch, where students enjoyed meals from the countries they are studying. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Italian, French and Spanish language students at Southampton High School recently enjoyed an interactive performance at Suffolk Theatre by the Italian production company Incanto. The performance featured songs in Italian, French, English and Spanish that were woven into creative dancing with the theme of the environment. Students were called on stage to participate in the production. The multicultural production was followed by lunch, where students enjoyed meals from the countries they are studying. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

In recognition of Autism Awareness Month, Dayton Avenue and Eastport Elementary students welcomed “Little Big Sister” author Amy McCoy, who spoke about her book and autism. McCoy also discussed her second book, “Little Big Sister On the Move.” The students are  reading McCoy’s books about little sister Katie who feels like a big sister to her older brother, Mikey, because he has autism. The author revealed that her son is autistic and that her younger daughter often feels the same way. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

In recognition of Autism Awareness Month, Dayton Avenue and Eastport Elementary students welcomed “Little Big Sister” author Amy McCoy, who spoke about her book and autism. McCoy also discussed her second book, “Little Big Sister On the Move.” The students are reading McCoy’s books about little sister Katie who feels like a big sister to her older brother, Mikey, because he has autism. The author revealed that her son is autistic and that her younger daughter often feels the same way. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

During Bridgehampton Union Free School District’s elementary character education lessons, students recently read

During Bridgehampton Union Free School District’s elementary character education lessons, students recently read "Have you Filled a Bucket Today?" which talks about the power of goodwill. Students designed their own buckets and wrote letters of kindness to fill their classmates' buckets. Guidance counselor Ryan Barker’s lessons showcased social and emotional learning, a foundation for success and an integral part of adolescent development. Bridgehampton students acquire and apply this knowledge to develop healthy identities, manage emotions, establish and maintain relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays Elementary School students were treated to a special assembly with the musical group the Cecilia Trio. The group, comprising a violinist, a hornist and a pianist, performed for the students and taught them about the moods of music and how musicians create them. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays Elementary School students were treated to a special assembly with the musical group the Cecilia Trio. The group, comprising a violinist, a hornist and a pianist, performed for the students and taught them about the moods of music and how musicians create them. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton High School juniors recently had an opportunity to visit Sacred Heart University and Southern Connecticut University. During the college visits, organized by the high school’s counseling department, the students learned about admission requirements and majors of study and toured each campus. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton High School juniors recently had an opportunity to visit Sacred Heart University and Southern Connecticut University. During the college visits, organized by the high school’s counseling department, the students learned about admission requirements and majors of study and toured each campus. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seniors Hailey Grieco, left, Heather Moran and Daniella Dolce, right,  received Awards of Excellence from the Parrish Art Museum for their work in the Student Exhibition. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seniors Hailey Grieco, left, Heather Moran and Daniella Dolce, right, received Awards of Excellence from the Parrish Art Museum for their work in the Student Exhibition. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seniors Ryan Lee and Layla Warsaw were named valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2024, respectively. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School seniors Ryan Lee and Layla Warsaw were named valedictorian and salutatorian of the Class of 2024, respectively. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District and community members gathered for a showing of the solar eclipse on April 8. With the protection of eclipse glasses, everyone was able to witness the incredible event. Student Nickoya Patterson is ready. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District and community members gathered for a showing of the solar eclipse on April 8. With the protection of eclipse glasses, everyone was able to witness the incredible event. Student Nickoya Patterson is ready. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District and community members gathered for a showing of the solar eclipse on April 8. With the protection of eclipse glasses, everyone was able to witness the incredible event. Cheryl Nordt and Mike Sherman. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District and community members gathered for a showing of the solar eclipse on April 8. With the protection of eclipse glasses, everyone was able to witness the incredible event. Cheryl Nordt and Mike Sherman. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District and community members gathered for a showing of the solar eclipse on April 8. With the protection of eclipse glasses, everyone was able to witness the incredible event. Faculty members Giles Gay, Fubia Garcia and Adrienne Gholson. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District and community members gathered for a showing of the solar eclipse on April 8. With the protection of eclipse glasses, everyone was able to witness the incredible event. Faculty members Giles Gay, Fubia Garcia and Adrienne Gholson. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Clemence Buffard, a parent of a preK student at Sagaponack School, recently visited to host planting activities with the students. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Clemence Buffard, a parent of a preK student at Sagaponack School, recently visited to host planting activities with the students. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School eighth grade students had a rare opportunity to attend an assembly with guest speaker, author and Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan. The students are currently reading her book, “Four Perfect Pebbles,” about Mrs. Blumenthal Lazan’s experience in a concentration camp when she was only 9 years old. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School eighth grade students had a rare opportunity to attend an assembly with guest speaker, author and Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan. The students are currently reading her book, “Four Perfect Pebbles,” about Mrs. Blumenthal Lazan’s experience in a concentration camp when she was only 9 years old. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

During Bridgehampton Union Free School District’s elementary character education lessons, students recently read

During Bridgehampton Union Free School District’s elementary character education lessons, students recently read "Have you Filled a Bucket Today?" which talks about the power of goodwill. Students designed their own buckets and wrote letters of kindness to fill their classmates' buckets. Guidance counselor Ryan Barker’s lessons showcased social and emotional learning, a foundation for success and an integral part of adolescent development. Bridgehampton students acquire and apply this knowledge to develop healthy identities, manage emotions, establish and maintain relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions. Leslie Calle Yamba with her bucket of kindness.COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

authorStaff Writer on Apr 15, 2024
Eastport-South Manor’s 
Top of the Class of 2024 Eastport-South Manor Central School District has announced that seniors Ryan Lee and Layla Warsaw are valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class... more

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