School News for January 21, 2021 - 27 East

School News for January 21, 2021

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Bridgehampton School kindergarten students enjoyed reading.

Bridgehampton School kindergarten students enjoyed reading.

Students in Mrs. Eileen Variale’s class at East Quogue Elementary School show off their ugly sweaters.

Students in Mrs. Eileen Variale’s class at East Quogue Elementary School show off their ugly sweaters. Photo courtesy of East Quogue Elementary School.

Hampton Bays Elementary School second graders learned more about penguins recently.

Hampton Bays Elementary School second graders learned more about penguins recently. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Hampton Bays High School seniors David Catena and Sarola Scully were honored by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance as winners of the Suffolk Zone Student Leadership Award. The pair were selected based on their excellence in physical education, leadership ability and service to the community.

Hampton Bays High School seniors David Catena and Sarola Scully were honored by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance as winners of the Suffolk Zone Student Leadership Award. The pair were selected based on their excellence in physical education, leadership ability and service to the community. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Lucille McCormick

Lucille McCormick Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Students take a mask break at Sag Harbor Elementary School.

Students take a mask break at Sag Harbor Elementary School. Photo courtesy of the Sag Harbor School District

Fifth-grade student, Rebecca Bartha, was awarded first place during the Scripps' National Institute Spelling Bee held on the Raynor Country Day School Campus, in Speonk.

Fifth-grade student, Rebecca Bartha, was awarded first place during the Scripps' National Institute Spelling Bee held on the Raynor Country Day School Campus, in Speonk. Photo courtesy of Raynor Country Day School.

Southampton Elementary School Student Council members in conjunction with the Opening Act Community Service Club and SOFO Museum educators volunteered to clean up Flying Point Beach in Southampton on Jan. 9. Participants collected buckets full of debris and even found a phonograph album.

Southampton Elementary School Student Council members in conjunction with the Opening Act Community Service Club and SOFO Museum educators volunteered to clean up Flying Point Beach in Southampton on Jan. 9. Participants collected buckets full of debris and even found a phonograph album. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

In celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the pre-kindergartners in Sam Post’s class at Southampton Elementary School participated in a discussion about MLK. They also created colorful peace signs using a paper plate, tape and watercolors.

In celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the pre-kindergartners in Sam Post’s class at Southampton Elementary School participated in a discussion about MLK. They also created colorful peace signs using a paper plate, tape and watercolors. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

Southampton High School students created a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. as part of a collaborative project with the East End Arts Council.

Southampton High School students created a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. as part of a collaborative project with the East End Arts Council. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

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