From left, Bridgehampton School Future Farmers of America club members Sarah Kapon, Aiyanna Spears, Sheilly Soto, Maydeline Ruiz Soto and Yaritza Huacon.
Hampton Bays Elementary School students celebrated Flag Day on June 14 with a variety of activities. Kindergartners in June Eaton’s class, for example, learned more about the American flag and created their own paper flags. Photo courtesy Hampton Bays Union Free School District
Claire Urizzo’s third grade class at Hampton Bays Elementary School recently learned about the U.S. economy and the history of money. They culminated the lesson by designing their own money and writing about how it can be used. They imagined their own dog money, unicorn money and even chocolate money. Photo courtesy Hampton Bays Union Free School District
Taylor Mathews, a Westhampton Beach High School senior from East Moriches, is the winner of the 2021 Arthur Ellis Hamm American Legion Post 834 scholarship. The honor roll student, who is on the high school cheerleading squad and enjoys fishing in her spare time, was presented the award by her grandfather, Michael Berdinka, Finance Officer of Post 834. In the fall, Taylor plans to attend Stony Brook University to study Marine Vertebrate Biology.
Southampton Intermediate School students learned about K-9s during a recent visit from local police officers. Photo courtesy Southampton Union Free School District.
Wearing red, white and blue, Westhampton Beach Elementary School students celebrated Flag Day on June 14. To mark the occasion, student council members shared with their peers the history and significance of the American flag over the school’s public address system. Photo courtesy Westhampton Beach Union Free School District
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