Fourth grade students at Hampton Bays Elementary School recently took part in a virtual writer’s workshop with poet Darren Sardelli. They learned about various types of poems and poem structures. Following the event, they were inspired to pen their very own pieces of poetry.
In having some St. Patrick’s Day fun, Mary O’Hanlon’s third graders at Hampton Bays Elementary School participated in a pot o’ gold math review project. The students decorated their own pots of gold with gold coins that had multiplication and division questions they had answered. Leprechauns were added, of course, for some good luck. Photo courtesy of the Hampton Bays Union Free School District
Southampton’s school buses will soon be retrofitted with a new disinfecting system. Courtesy Southampton Union Free School District
First-grade student, Christopher Lynch, prepares for Raynor Country Day School's first annual Leprechaun Leap. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
Bridgehampton School fourth grader Chase Chmielewski with his poster for Woman’s History Month on renowned author J.K. Rowling. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT
The grade level winners of the Science Shark Tank at OLH are, pictured with their teachers, Logan Robinson and Amanda Burriesci, Sofia Patrone, Bianca Alvarado, Conner McVeigh, Steven Kellis, Joseph Martin and Addison Cinelli. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS
Third graders at Westhampton Beach Elementary School researched a variety of endangered species as part of a recent science lesson. Each student chose an animal on the endangered species list — ranging from sea turtles and bald eagles to whooping cranes — and created a report that they presented to their peers. They were encouraged to compliment each other by writing accolades on sticky notes that they affixed to each presenter’s report. Courtesy of the Westhampton Beach Union Free School District
Fifth grade students at Westhampton Beach Elementary School recently created their own water filtration systems as part of a science unit related to the earth’s fresh water sources. For the hands-on lesson, students used plastic water bottles, coffee filters and gravel to construct their own water filters, which they then tested for effectiveness. Courtesy Westhampton Beach Union Free School District
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