School News for June 10, 2021 - 27 East

School News for June 10, 2021

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Spring came alive for the first graders in Lauren Mikelinich’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School as they studied garden helpers and garden pests. After reading a book on the subject, the students ventured to their school’s reading garden for a scavenger hunt, searching for caterpillars, beetles, birds and more.

Spring came alive for the first graders in Lauren Mikelinich’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School as they studied garden helpers and garden pests. After reading a book on the subject, the students ventured to their school’s reading garden for a scavenger hunt, searching for caterpillars, beetles, birds and more.

Luc Campbell

Luc Campbell

Hampton Bays Elementary School students recently learned more about Memorial Day and honoring those who served. In addition to the lessons, Erin McDermott’s second grade class made red paper poppies, while Lauren Mikelinich’s first graders designed red, white and blue paper plate wreaths. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Hampton Bays Elementary School students recently learned more about Memorial Day and honoring those who served. In addition to the lessons, Erin McDermott’s second grade class made red paper poppies, while Lauren Mikelinich’s first graders designed red, white and blue paper plate wreaths. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Hampton Bays Elementary School students recently learned more about Memorial Day and honoring those who served. In addition to the lessons, Erin McDermott’s second grade class made red paper poppies, while Lauren Mikelinich’s first graders designed red, white and blue paper plate wreaths.

Hampton Bays Elementary School students recently learned more about Memorial Day and honoring those who served. In addition to the lessons, Erin McDermott’s second grade class made red paper poppies, while Lauren Mikelinich’s first graders designed red, white and blue paper plate wreaths. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

Students at Hampton Bays Elementary School received special lessons on boat and water safety through the Dominic Trionfo Memorial Fund. The nonprofit provided a variety of learning materials, including activity books and classroom kits, and engaged students in discussions about bike safety, tick safety, the importance of sunscreen and staying hydrated.

Students at Hampton Bays Elementary School received special lessons on boat and water safety through the Dominic Trionfo Memorial Fund. The nonprofit provided a variety of learning materials, including activity books and classroom kits, and engaged students in discussions about bike safety, tick safety, the importance of sunscreen and staying hydrated. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District

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Southampton High School students culminated a month-long mental health awareness initiative with a color run. Photos courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

Southampton High School students culminated a month-long mental health awareness initiative with a color run. Photos courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District Photo courtesy Southampton Union Free School District

Southampton High School students culminated a month-long mental health awareness initiative with a color run.

Southampton High School students culminated a month-long mental health awareness initiative with a color run. Photo courtesy Southampton Union Free School District

Members of the Southampton High School Interact Club and Southampton Intermediate School Early Act Rotary Club joined forces to bake loaves of bread for the South Hampton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and local families in need. Supplies for the project were donated through the King Arthur Baking Company’s Bake for Good program, which was applied for by Sarah Fitzsimons, the high school’s family and consumer science teacher.

Members of the Southampton High School Interact Club and Southampton Intermediate School Early Act Rotary Club joined forces to bake loaves of bread for the South Hampton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and local families in need. Supplies for the project were donated through the King Arthur Baking Company’s Bake for Good program, which was applied for by Sarah Fitzsimons, the high school’s family and consumer science teacher. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

Southampton High School students recently had the opportunity to sit down and speak openly with officers from the Southampton Village Police Department.

Southampton High School students recently had the opportunity to sit down and speak openly with officers from the Southampton Village Police Department. Photos courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

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