The walls of the kindergarten and third grade wings at Hampton Bays Elementary School have been cheerfully decorated with colorful paper eggs. June Eaton’s kindergartners carefully painted their eggs with bright colors, while Claire Urizzo’s third graders colored eggs that included math questions.
The little bunnies in Morgan Tiska’s kindergarten class at Hampton Bays Elementary School were treated to an egg hunt on March 25. Out in the warm sun, the kindergartners searched their school’s grounds for colorful eggs, which they placed in paper bags that they had decorated for the occasion. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District
Erin McDermott’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School recently wrapped up a March Madness Book Tournament. Throughout the month, the students read, discussed and voted on 75 books that were narrowed down to a final winner: “Cats” by Seymour Simon. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District
Following a reading of “Rechenka’s Eggs,” a Ukrainian tale by Patricia Polacco, the third graders in Kelley Davide and Jennifer Loesch’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School created their own uniquely designed eggs that highlighted ways they could be a good “eggs-ample” to their peers. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District
East Quogue third grader Sheila Greiner enjoys a visit from BOCES where third graders learned about insects through hands-on exploration.
Southampton High School’s carpentry students are putting their skills to use by building an equipment shed for the school’s basketball and softball teams. Under the instruction of their teacher, Bernardo Diaz, the students not only cut and measured wood for the shed, but also learned how to estimate costs, read a blueprint and pitch a proper roof. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District
Southampton Intermediate School students designed baseball gloves using cardboard as part of a study on the life of Felipe Alou. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District
Westhampton Beach Middle School recently completed a community read of Jon Gordon’s book “The Positive Dog: A Story About the Power of Positivity.” Photo courtesy of the Westhampton Beach Union Free School District
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