Hampton Bays Elementary School recently celebrated Read Across America Week with a number of fun and engaging activities. Students got into the spirit with themed apparel, including crazy sock and pajama days, and were treated to mystery reader sessions each day.
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, June Eaton’s kindergarten class at Hampton Bays Elementary School constructed leprechaun hats, rainbows and pots of gold. They also read “The Leprechaun’s Treasure” and plan to build their very own leprechaun traps. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District
OLH Prep 8 student Jack Cantwell presents one of the offertory gifts to Father Maddaloni at the Lenten liturgy
Our Lady of the Hamptons pre-kindergarten student Carina Gerardi shares her “leprechaun catcher,” one of the many activities the regional Catholic school in Southampton enjoyed in advance of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
Fourth-grade student, Luna Pulver, poses proudly with her gift certificate for $31.41 of "Pi" at Michelangelo's in Speonk.
Fourth-grade student, Dylan Pouteau, poses with his first-place medal in front of his Raynor Country Day School Science Fair project.
Members of Southampton High School’s Rotary Interact club recently prepared and delivered 35 meals and desserts to homeless individuals in an outreach event hosted at First Presbyterian Church of Southampton. This is the second time the club has stepped up to help. They plan to provide additional meals in April. The meals, which the students prepared in their home economics classroom, included Swedish meatballs, egg noodles, steamed broccoli, green salad, doughnuts, cupcakes and brownies. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District
Antoinette Counihan and Christina Paladino’s second grade class have created their own island maps after studying mapping skills. Students had to come up with a theme name for their island, draw land forms, cities, and roads. They had to also include a compass rose and a map key naming the roads and land forms according to their theme. Pizza Island, Bagel Island and Cupcake Island — just to name a few — were some of the locales.
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