School News for February 18, 2021 - 27 East

School News for February 18, 2021

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As part of a science lesson, the third graders in Claire Urizzo’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School tested the buoyancy of Starburst candies. They predicted whether the candy would sink or float and then tested their hypotheses. After the candy plunged to the bottom of their cups, they made manipulations to make it float.

As part of a science lesson, the third graders in Claire Urizzo’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School tested the buoyancy of Starburst candies. They predicted whether the candy would sink or float and then tested their hypotheses. After the candy plunged to the bottom of their cups, they made manipulations to make it float.

Morgan Tiska’s kindergarten class at Hampton Bays Elementary School designed “love bots” as part of a Valentine’s Day activity. Each student received a variety of paper cutouts that they colored and assembled together to make a unique and creative robot.

Morgan Tiska’s kindergarten class at Hampton Bays Elementary School designed “love bots” as part of a Valentine’s Day activity. Each student received a variety of paper cutouts that they colored and assembled together to make a unique and creative robot. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Seventh grade girls closed the “Money, Money, Money” assembly at Our Lady of the Hamptons with the suffragettes singing, “R-E-S-P-E-C-T.”

Seventh grade girls closed the “Money, Money, Money” assembly at Our Lady of the Hamptons with the suffragettes singing, “R-E-S-P-E-C-T.” Photo courtesy of OLH

First grade students, including Jonah Stallman, were “visions in rainbows,” on Terrific Tuesday.

First grade students, including Jonah Stallman, were “visions in rainbows,” on Terrific Tuesday. Photos courtesy of Sag Harbor School District

Southampton school resource officers Tiffany Lubold and Lisa McCulley are providing every student and staff member in the Southampton School District with personalized buttons as part of a Smile Campaign.

Southampton school resource officers Tiffany Lubold and Lisa McCulley are providing every student and staff member in the Southampton School District with personalized buttons as part of a Smile Campaign. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

VFW Post 5350 Commander William Hughes congratulated Westhampton Beach High School and Middle School students for penning winning Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy essays.

VFW Post 5350 Commander William Hughes congratulated Westhampton Beach High School and Middle School students for penning winning Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy essays. Photo courtesy of the Westhampton Beach Union Free School District

Westhampton Beach Middle School Student Council members recently donated 11 gift baskets to health care workers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s COVID-19 units. The baskets were made possible through generous donations from students, faculty and community members.

Westhampton Beach Middle School Student Council members recently donated 11 gift baskets to health care workers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s COVID-19 units. The baskets were made possible through generous donations from students, faculty and community members. Photo courtesy of the Westhampton Beach Union Free School District

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