Westhampton Beach Elementary School fourth graders learned about the life and history of Native Americans during a "Journeys into American Indian Territory" program on January 19. During the event, students explored Native American artifacts in a "museum" set up in the school’s gymnasium. The museum included items such as Native American clothing, dolls and pottery.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Southampton High School mural painting/set design students worked collaboratively to paint two mosaic-style portraits of the late civil rights leader. They each painted 12-inch-square canvases that were combined to form a finished 4-foot-square portrait. One of the portraits will be displayed at Southampton High School, while the other will be featured in the Parrish Art Museum’s 2022 Student Exhibitions in the spring. The initiative is part of the East End Arts and Humanities Council’s 2022 East End Arts MLK Portrait Project, which included 11 East End schools.
Westhampton Beach Middle School eighth grade earth science students created public service announcements related to climate change.
Westhampton Beach Elementary School is embracing a new equity promise that aims to ensure the school continues to be all-inclusive.
Bridgehampton High School senior Sebastian Mir.
Bridgehampton High School senior Ayanna El.
Sixth graders at Our Lady of the Hamptons School prepare for a science lab lesson.
Rebecca Bartha, the Raynor Country Day School champion, will represent the school at the regional level of the Scripp's National Spelling Bee this spring. Her first competition will be a digital assessment followed by a live spelling competition with winners from other schools in the region.
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