School News, February 22, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, February 22, Southampton Town

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The students in Ken German's seventh grade science class at Southampton Intermediate School recently engaged in a hands-on lesson about static electricity and electrostatics. They used simple materials like balloons and soda cans to conduct experiments related to the topic.  Tessa E. DeLalio and Talula Tracy, who is holding the balloon, were among those taking part in the lesson. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The students in Ken German's seventh grade science class at Southampton Intermediate School recently engaged in a hands-on lesson about static electricity and electrostatics. They used simple materials like balloons and soda cans to conduct experiments related to the topic. Tessa E. DeLalio and Talula Tracy, who is holding the balloon, were among those taking part in the lesson. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

During East Quogue Elementary School’s recent monthly morning meeting students received special awards. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

During East Quogue Elementary School’s recent monthly morning meeting students received special awards. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

East Quogue Elementary School students wore purple to show their commitment to spreading love and kindness on P.S. I Love You Day.

East Quogue Elementary School students wore purple to show their commitment to spreading love and kindness on P.S. I Love You Day.

Hampton Bays Middle School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day on Feb. 9 to raise awareness about bullying and suicide while promoting kindness. The students embraced the theme by showing kindness to their peers. They wrote positive messages on Post-it notes, created displays in their hallways and wore purple. They also formed a large heart for a group photo in the school’s gym. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays Middle School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day on Feb. 9 to raise awareness about bullying and suicide while promoting kindness. The students embraced the theme by showing kindness to their peers. They wrote positive messages on Post-it notes, created displays in their hallways and wore purple. They also formed a large heart for a group photo in the school’s gym. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays Middle School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day on Feb. 9 to raise awareness about bullying and suicide while promoting kindness. The students embraced the theme by showing kindness to their peers. They wrote positive messages on Post-it notes, created displays in their hallways and wore purple. They also formed a large heart for a group photo in the school’s gym. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays Middle School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day on Feb. 9 to raise awareness about bullying and suicide while promoting kindness. The students embraced the theme by showing kindness to their peers. They wrote positive messages on Post-it notes, created displays in their hallways and wore purple. They also formed a large heart for a group photo in the school’s gym. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Elementary and Intermediate School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day during the week of February 5. Students at both schools participated in assemblies with P.S. I Love You Day founder Brooke DiParma and learned about the initiative’s mission to thwart bullying and promote kindness. They wore purple to mark the day and took part in kindness activities. Additionally, members of Southampton Elementary School’s Rotary Club hung purple kindness messages in store windows around town. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Elementary and Intermediate School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day during the week of February 5. Students at both schools participated in assemblies with P.S. I Love You Day founder Brooke DiParma and learned about the initiative’s mission to thwart bullying and promote kindness. They wore purple to mark the day and took part in kindness activities. Additionally, members of Southampton Elementary School’s Rotary Club hung purple kindness messages in store windows around town. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Students at Westhampton Beach High School spread kindness among their peers when they participated in P.S. I Love You Day on February 9.
Spearheaded by the school’s Youth to Youth Club, students were encouraged to wear the initiative’s symbolic purple and engage in random acts of kindness. Members of Youth to Youth also made bracelets with Best Buddies club members and the student body took part in a Unified Volleyball tournament. P.S. I Love You Day aims to raise awareness about bullying and suicide while promoting kindness.
Among those who helped with the effort were from left,  Youth to Youth board members Lily Pereyra, Maria Sfyroeras and Riley Arm. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Students at Westhampton Beach High School spread kindness among their peers when they participated in P.S. I Love You Day on February 9. Spearheaded by the school’s Youth to Youth Club, students were encouraged to wear the initiative’s symbolic purple and engage in random acts of kindness. Members of Youth to Youth also made bracelets with Best Buddies club members and the student body took part in a Unified Volleyball tournament. P.S. I Love You Day aims to raise awareness about bullying and suicide while promoting kindness. Among those who helped with the effort were from left, Youth to Youth board members Lily Pereyra, Maria Sfyroeras and Riley Arm. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tuttle Avenue Elementary School faculty welcomed students with love and kindness on P.S. I Love You Day. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Tuttle Avenue Elementary School faculty welcomed students with love and kindness on P.S. I Love You Day. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

East Quogue Elementary School students participated in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge.

East Quogue Elementary School students participated in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge.

East Quogue Elementary School students participated in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

East Quogue Elementary School students participated in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District was selected for a second time to participate in the New York Islander’s Floor Ball Program. The program introduces students to the game and culture of hockey and provides nearly $1,000 worth of brand-new Islanders branded equipment and a curriculum. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton Union Free School District was selected for a second time to participate in the New York Islander’s Floor Ball Program. The program introduces students to the game and culture of hockey and provides nearly $1,000 worth of brand-new Islanders branded equipment and a curriculum. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Central School District choral instructor Cara Navaretta and students from Dayton Avenue and Eastport Elementary schools performed the national anthem at the New York Riptide game in Nassau Coliseum. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Eastport-South Manor Central School District choral instructor Cara Navaretta and students from Dayton Avenue and Eastport Elementary schools performed the national anthem at the New York Riptide game in Nassau Coliseum. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Elementary School Student Council recently donated gently used winter coats to Heart of the Hamptons. While there delivering the coats, the students took a tour and helped bag groceries for those in need. All the donated coats were dry-cleaned at no charge by Carolyn’s Good Ground Cleaners in Hampton Bays and will be distributed to local families in need. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Elementary School Student Council recently donated gently used winter coats to Heart of the Hamptons. While there delivering the coats, the students took a tour and helped bag groceries for those in need. All the donated coats were dry-cleaned at no charge by Carolyn’s Good Ground Cleaners in Hampton Bays and will be distributed to local families in need. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The artwork of 12 Westhampton Beach Middle School students will be on display at the Parrish Art Museum.

The artwork of 12 Westhampton Beach Middle School students will be on display at the Parrish Art Museum.

authorStaff Writer on Feb 19, 2024
P.S. I Love You Day at Pierson Middle School Pierson Middle School students recently celebrated P.S. I Love You Day, which is held the second Friday in February each year.... more

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