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School News, May 23, Southampton Town

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The impressive artwork of Hampton Bays High School and Middle School Life Skills students was recently featured on the walls of the Hampton Bays Public Library. The artwork was part of the library’s Autism Awareness Month exhibit, which endorses art as a benefit to individuals with autism and other disabilities by promoting self-esteem, building fine motor and problem-solving skills, and fostering enhanced communication. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

The impressive artwork of Hampton Bays High School and Middle School Life Skills students was recently featured on the walls of the Hampton Bays Public Library. The artwork was part of the library’s Autism Awareness Month exhibit, which endorses art as a benefit to individuals with autism and other disabilities by promoting self-esteem, building fine motor and problem-solving skills, and fostering enhanced communication. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

The East Quogue School District community’s compassion and support flourished, having raised $29,000 for Relay for Life, $5,000 more than the community’s fundraising goal. The Relay for Life event provided the school community with a meaningful opportunity to honor cancer survivors, commemorate the lives of those lost, and to join forces in the fight against cancer.   COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The East Quogue School District community’s compassion and support flourished, having raised $29,000 for Relay for Life, $5,000 more than the community’s fundraising goal. The Relay for Life event provided the school community with a meaningful opportunity to honor cancer survivors, commemorate the lives of those lost, and to join forces in the fight against cancer.   COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL DISTRICT

As part of the American Heart Association's Heart Challenge, students at Hampton Bays Elementary School learned about heart health while raising $2,210 in donations for the organization. They secured the donations by pledging to participate in a jumping event at their school on May 13, during which they jumped as much as they could using jump ropes, pogo sticks and more. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

As part of the American Heart Association's Heart Challenge, students at Hampton Bays Elementary School learned about heart health while raising $2,210 in donations for the organization. They secured the donations by pledging to participate in a jumping event at their school on May 13, during which they jumped as much as they could using jump ropes, pogo sticks and more. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton High School junior Angelina Beard recently took first place at the Fran Cook Memorial Hair Styling Competition in the junior fantasy category. The Eastern Suffolk BOCES cosmetology student earned the award under the advisement of her teacher, Hadley Beckman. The judges were local industry leaders. For her win, she took home a bag of cosmetology tools and a scholarship. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton High School junior Angelina Beard recently took first place at the Fran Cook Memorial Hair Styling Competition in the junior fantasy category. The Eastern Suffolk BOCES cosmetology student earned the award under the advisement of her teacher, Hadley Beckman. The judges were local industry leaders. For her win, she took home a bag of cosmetology tools and a scholarship. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

In honor of Memorial Day, members of Southampton High School’s Mariners Patriot Club continued their tradition of placing flags on the graves of veterans at Sacred Hearts Cemetery. The flags will be collected by the volunteers after Memorial Day. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

In honor of Memorial Day, members of Southampton High School’s Mariners Patriot Club continued their tradition of placing flags on the graves of veterans at Sacred Hearts Cemetery. The flags will be collected by the volunteers after Memorial Day. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School students Brett Geller, hornist, and Ava Kuklis, clarinetist, recently attended the second annual Hofstra Honor Band Day at Hofstra University. They were among 84 students representing 36 school districts on Long Island who had the opportunity to rehearse and perform with the Hofstra Symphonic Band and its director, David Soto. Additionally, they attended instrument-specific master classes and participated in a Q&A session with the Hofstra band members and Hofstra admissions. The day concluded with a performance for family and friends. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School students Brett Geller, hornist, and Ava Kuklis, clarinetist, recently attended the second annual Hofstra Honor Band Day at Hofstra University. They were among 84 students representing 36 school districts on Long Island who had the opportunity to rehearse and perform with the Hofstra Symphonic Band and its director, David Soto. Additionally, they attended instrument-specific master classes and participated in a Q&A session with the Hofstra band members and Hofstra admissions. The day concluded with a performance for family and friends. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Madame Francesca Chery and presenter senior  Mikhail Feaster at the Bridgehampton School's First World Language Honor Society induction. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

Madame Francesca Chery and presenter senior Mikhail Feaster at the Bridgehampton School's First World Language Honor Society induction. COURTESY BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL

Tuckahoe School's eighth-graders took home awards from the New York State Olympics of the Visual Arts in which they competed on May 13 in Saratoga. The Architecture Team won the Hyndman Overall Creativity Award. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

Tuckahoe School's eighth-graders took home awards from the New York State Olympics of the Visual Arts in which they competed on May 13 in Saratoga. The Architecture Team won the Hyndman Overall Creativity Award. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

Tuckahoe School's eighth-graders took home awards from the New York State Olympics of the Visual Arts in which they competed on May 13 in Saratoga.  The Photography Team placed second. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

Tuckahoe School's eighth-graders took home awards from the New York State Olympics of the Visual Arts in which they competed on May 13 in Saratoga. The Photography Team placed second. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

Tuckahoe School's eighth-graders took home several awards from the New York State Olympics of the Visual Arts in which they competed on May 13 in Saratoga.  The Sculpture Team won first place. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

Tuckahoe School's eighth-graders took home several awards from the New York State Olympics of the Visual Arts in which they competed on May 13 in Saratoga. The Sculpture Team won first place. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL

Author Bruce Hale and reading teacher Dee Burgwin with East Quogue Elementary School students during a recent author visit. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL

Author Bruce Hale and reading teacher Dee Burgwin with East Quogue Elementary School students during a recent author visit. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL

East Quogue Elementary School students and faculty dressed up as their favorite book
characters during author Bruce Hale’s visit to the school. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL

East Quogue Elementary School students and faculty dressed up as their favorite book characters during author Bruce Hale’s visit to the school. COURTESY EAST QUOGUE SCHOOL

The Our Lady of the Hamptons School's  Intermediate Competition Tap Team at the regional finals in New Jersey. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS SCHOOL

The Our Lady of the Hamptons School's Intermediate Competition Tap Team at the regional finals in New Jersey. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS SCHOOL

authorStaff Writer on May 20, 2024
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