School News, April 4, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, April 4, Southampton Town

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In recognizing that senior citizens are a targeted population for fraud and cybercrimes, Westhampton Beach High School Virtual Enterprise students decided to take action. The students collaborated to create an informative presentation about cybersecurity and online fraud and volunteered to share it with residents of the Villa at Westhampton to help protect them against identity theft, hacking and more. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

In recognizing that senior citizens are a targeted population for fraud and cybercrimes, Westhampton Beach High School Virtual Enterprise students decided to take action. The students collaborated to create an informative presentation about cybersecurity and online fraud and volunteered to share it with residents of the Villa at Westhampton to help protect them against identity theft, hacking and more. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Police Department Chief Kiernan visited the East Quogue School District and Principal Michael Miller on March 25 to sign a memorandum of agreement to enhance the district’s security measures by participation in the Southampton Town Alert Domain Awareness System. In signing the agreement, the Southampton Police Department will have access to district cameras in case of an emergency. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Police Department Chief Kiernan visited the East Quogue School District and Principal Michael Miller on March 25 to sign a memorandum of agreement to enhance the district’s security measures by participation in the Southampton Town Alert Domain Awareness System. In signing the agreement, the Southampton Police Department will have access to district cameras in case of an emergency. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Bridgehampton School District pre-k to fifth grade students celebrated the start of spring scrambling to find 2,000 eggs donated by students, parents and community members and spread across the school grounds. Hamra Ozsu,  with the help of the elementary school student government, organized the event, which was divided into age groups.  In an effort to reduce waste, the student who brings back the most eggs the following year will receive a prize.  COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Bridgehampton School District pre-k to fifth grade students celebrated the start of spring scrambling to find 2,000 eggs donated by students, parents and community members and spread across the school grounds. Hamra Ozsu, with the help of the elementary school student government, organized the event, which was divided into age groups. In an effort to reduce waste, the student who brings back the most eggs the following year will receive a prize. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Bridgehampton School District pre-k to fifth grade students celebrated the start of spring scrambling to find 2,000 eggs donated by students, parents and community members and spread across the school grounds. Hamra Ozsu,  with the help of the elementary school student government, organized the event, which was divided into age groups.  In an effort to reduce waste, the student who brings back the most eggs the following year will receive a prize. Luca Acton-Bond with her bag of eggs. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Bridgehampton School District pre-k to fifth grade students celebrated the start of spring scrambling to find 2,000 eggs donated by students, parents and community members and spread across the school grounds. Hamra Ozsu, with the help of the elementary school student government, organized the event, which was divided into age groups. In an effort to reduce waste, the student who brings back the most eggs the following year will receive a prize. Luca Acton-Bond with her bag of eggs. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tuttle Avenue Elementary School first graders in Nicole Rau’s class celebrated the hatching of baby chicks, previously incubated in their classroom. Eight chicks were given to the class by the Yaphank Educational Center and placed in the incubator, donated by the PTO.
After the chicks hatched, the school celebrated Chick Day. The morning hosted educational centers and opportunities for students and their parents to meet the newly hatched chicks and to learn other facts about the chicken’s life cycle. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tuttle Avenue Elementary School first graders in Nicole Rau’s class celebrated the hatching of baby chicks, previously incubated in their classroom. Eight chicks were given to the class by the Yaphank Educational Center and placed in the incubator, donated by the PTO. After the chicks hatched, the school celebrated Chick Day. The morning hosted educational centers and opportunities for students and their parents to meet the newly hatched chicks and to learn other facts about the chicken’s life cycle. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tuttle Avenue Elementary School first graders in Nicole Rau’s class celebrated the hatching of baby chicks, previously incubated in their classroom. Eight chicks were given to the class by the Yaphank Educational Center and placed in the incubator, donated by the PTO.
After the chicks hatched, the school celebrated Chick Day. The morning hosted educational centers and opportunities for students and their parents to meet the newly hatched chicks and to learn other facts about the chicken’s life cycle. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tuttle Avenue Elementary School first graders in Nicole Rau’s class celebrated the hatching of baby chicks, previously incubated in their classroom. Eight chicks were given to the class by the Yaphank Educational Center and placed in the incubator, donated by the PTO. After the chicks hatched, the school celebrated Chick Day. The morning hosted educational centers and opportunities for students and their parents to meet the newly hatched chicks and to learn other facts about the chicken’s life cycle. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

authorStaff Writer on Apr 1, 2024
Career Connections Eastport-South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School students prepared for their futures by attending Career Connection Week, held March 12 to 15 in the library. Career Connections Week, sponsored by... more

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