School News, March 23, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, March 23, Southampton Town

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Hampton Bays High School has named Class of 2023 seniors Liam Sutton and Sofia Solano-Cruz as valedictorian and salutatorian. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays High School has named Class of 2023 seniors Liam Sutton and Sofia Solano-Cruz as valedictorian and salutatorian. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton School sixth grade teacher and students, from left, teacher Julianna Pronesti,
students Chase Chmielewski, Finn Alversa and teacher Julia Conlon. took their math skills to a whole new level on March 14, the annual date to celebrate the mathematical constant of pi. The teachers promoted math literacy as they challenged their students to find out the infinite number of digits in pi.
Student Chase Chmielewski memorized 52 digits of pi and Finn Alversa memorized
29 digits. Both students not only won bragging rights, they were able to

Bridgehampton School sixth grade teacher and students, from left, teacher Julianna Pronesti, students Chase Chmielewski, Finn Alversa and teacher Julia Conlon. took their math skills to a whole new level on March 14, the annual date to celebrate the mathematical constant of pi. The teachers promoted math literacy as they challenged their students to find out the infinite number of digits in pi. Student Chase Chmielewski memorized 52 digits of pi and Finn Alversa memorized 29 digits. Both students not only won bragging rights, they were able to "pie" their teachers. COURTESY B RIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School band students Angelina LeMaire, Yulianna Mendez-Yaxon and Lilah Caputo recently performed with the New York State Band Directors Association High School Honor Band. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School band students Angelina LeMaire, Yulianna Mendez-Yaxon and Lilah Caputo recently performed with the New York State Band Directors Association High School Honor Band. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Sagaponack School alum Luke Louchheim, alumnus visited the school last week to read a St. Patrick’s Day story to current students. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Sagaponack School alum Luke Louchheim, alumnus visited the school last week to read a St. Patrick’s Day story to current students. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Sagaponack School teacher Katie Lombardo and second-grader Ella Thofte demonstrate a yoga pose during a recent yoga practice. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Sagaponack School teacher Katie Lombardo and second-grader Ella Thofte demonstrate a yoga pose during a recent yoga practice. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Westhampton Beach High School has named Daniel Gosnell as its Class of 2023 salutatorian. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School has named Daniel Gosnell as its Class of 2023 salutatorian. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School has named Megan Sitzmann its Class of 2023 valedictorian. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School has named Megan Sitzmann its Class of 2023 valedictorian. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Four Hampton Bays High School music students,  from left, Alexandra Avendano, Leah Russell, Brendyn Molnar and Kaya Raynor,  were selected to perform in the prestigious SCMEA All-County Festival.  COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Four Hampton Bays High School music students, from left, Alexandra Avendano, Leah Russell, Brendyn Molnar and Kaya Raynor, were selected to perform in the prestigious SCMEA All-County Festival. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Bridgehampton School eighth grade students took in the historic sites in Washington, D.C. during their visit from March 6 to 9. The classroom social studies lessons were reinforced during the full itinerary to the nation’s capital. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

Bridgehampton School eighth grade students took in the historic sites in Washington, D.C. during their visit from March 6 to 9. The classroom social studies lessons were reinforced during the full itinerary to the nation’s capital. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

The Southampton Elementary School Student Council recently donated an array of winter coats to Heart of the Hamptons. All the coats were dry-cleaned for free through the generosity of Carolyn’s Good Ground Cleaners in Hampton Bays and will be distributed to local families in need. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Elementary School Student Council recently donated an array of winter coats to Heart of the Hamptons. All the coats were dry-cleaned for free through the generosity of Carolyn’s Good Ground Cleaners in Hampton Bays and will be distributed to local families in need. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Our Lady of the Hamptons School recently held its STEM Fair and winners in Prep 7 were, from left,  Olivia Roberston, Ignatius Fulweiler and Caitlin Lynch. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS SCHOOL

Our Lady of the Hamptons School recently held its STEM Fair and winners in Prep 7 were, from left, Olivia Roberston, Ignatius Fulweiler and Caitlin Lynch. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS SCHOOL

Hampton Bays Elementary School’s community service club, K-Kids, recently donated $500 to the Ronald McDonald House as part of a St. Patrick’s Day-themed fundraiser. To raise the funds, the students sold four-leaf clover necklaces during their lunch periods. The fundraiser is just one of several that the K-Kids have participated in this year. They also raised money for breast cancer and autism awareness. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays Elementary School’s community service club, K-Kids, recently donated $500 to the Ronald McDonald House as part of a St. Patrick’s Day-themed fundraiser. To raise the funds, the students sold four-leaf clover necklaces during their lunch periods. The fundraiser is just one of several that the K-Kids have participated in this year. They also raised money for breast cancer and autism awareness. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Dressed in green, Hampton Bays Elementary School kindergartners participated in St. Patrick’s Day-themed activities on March 17 and even tried to catch a leprechaun with traps that they designed at home. Despite setting their traps with bait, the leprechaun eluded them, leaving behind green glitter, footprints and a mess in their classrooms. Better luck next year. C OURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Dressed in green, Hampton Bays Elementary School kindergartners participated in St. Patrick’s Day-themed activities on March 17 and even tried to catch a leprechaun with traps that they designed at home. Despite setting their traps with bait, the leprechaun eluded them, leaving behind green glitter, footprints and a mess in their classrooms. Better luck next year. C OURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

authorStaff Writer on Mar 20, 2023
‘Mamma Mia’ Performance at High School Westhampton Beach High School thespians will present a performance of “Mamma Mia” on Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25, at 7:30 p.m. and... more

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