School News, June 1, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, June 1, Southampton Town

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Three Hampton Bays Elementary School fourth graders, from left, William Loudenslager, Jack Huebner and Annabel Ramsay, took third place at the 2023 New York State Education Department First in Math Tournament held in Albany on May 20. The students earned their spots in the competition after receiving top scores on a 15-minute, online tournament qualifier test. They were among a select group of students from only seven schools on Long Island and 150 across the state to have qualified. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Three Hampton Bays Elementary School fourth graders, from left, William Loudenslager, Jack Huebner and Annabel Ramsay, took third place at the 2023 New York State Education Department First in Math Tournament held in Albany on May 20. The students earned their spots in the competition after receiving top scores on a 15-minute, online tournament qualifier test. They were among a select group of students from only seven schools on Long Island and 150 across the state to have qualified. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Three Bridgehampton students and participants at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center were among those who celebrated College Decision Day at the Harlem Educational Activities Fund.  From left,  ..... represented the center on May 19 at the Harlem Center. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON CHILD CARE AND RECREATIONAL CENTER

Three Bridgehampton students and participants at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center were among those who celebrated College Decision Day at the Harlem Educational Activities Fund. From left, ..... represented the center on May 19 at the Harlem Center. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON CHILD CARE AND RECREATIONAL CENTER

Tuckahoe Common School District Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik spent a night on the roof of the Middle School to celebrate his students reaching their reading goals for the year. Wearing a traditional nightcap, Skuggevik read the students a bedtime story using Google Classroom.  The following morning, the entire school and staff gathered on the front lawn to greet Skuggevik with a cheerful

Tuckahoe Common School District Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik spent a night on the roof of the Middle School to celebrate his students reaching their reading goals for the year. Wearing a traditional nightcap, Skuggevik read the students a bedtime story using Google Classroom. The following morning, the entire school and staff gathered on the front lawn to greet Skuggevik with a cheerful "wake up!" The Superintendent emerged from his tent holding his teddy bear, wearing flannel pajamas and a long nightcap. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

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