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School News, November 11

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East Quogue Elementary School fifth-grader Nolan Drake performing a rhythm he write on the djembe.

East Quogue Elementary School fifth-grader Nolan Drake performing a rhythm he write on the djembe.

Wearing bright smiles and colorful costumes, Hampton Bays Elementary School students paraded around the school’s bus loop on October 29 for the school’s annual Harvest Parade. A crowd of onlookers cheered as the students — dressed as princesses, superheroes and spooky characters — marched and waved as the sounds of traditional Halloween music played in the background.

Wearing bright smiles and colorful costumes, Hampton Bays Elementary School students paraded around the school’s bus loop on October 29 for the school’s annual Harvest Parade. A crowd of onlookers cheered as the students — dressed as princesses, superheroes and spooky characters — marched and waved as the sounds of traditional Halloween music played in the background.

Wearing bright smiles and colorful costumes, Hampton Bays Elementary School students paraded around the school’s bus loop on October 29 for the school’s annual Harvest Parade. A crowd of onlookers cheered as the students — dressed as princesses, superheroes and spooky characters — marched and waved as the sounds of traditional Halloween music played in the background.

Wearing bright smiles and colorful costumes, Hampton Bays Elementary School students paraded around the school’s bus loop on October 29 for the school’s annual Harvest Parade. A crowd of onlookers cheered as the students — dressed as princesses, superheroes and spooky characters — marched and waved as the sounds of traditional Halloween music played in the background.

Wearing bright smiles and colorful costumes, Hampton Bays Elementary School students paraded around the school’s bus loop on October 29 for the school’s annual Harvest Parade. A crowd of onlookers cheered as the students — dressed as princesses, superheroes and spooky characters — marched and waved as the sounds of traditional Halloween music played in the background.

Wearing bright smiles and colorful costumes, Hampton Bays Elementary School students paraded around the school’s bus loop on October 29 for the school’s annual Harvest Parade. A crowd of onlookers cheered as the students — dressed as princesses, superheroes and spooky characters — marched and waved as the sounds of traditional Halloween music played in the background.

Preschool students in the Hampton Bays School District enjoyed a special “trunk or
treat” program that was jointly sponsored by members of the Tri-M Music Honor Society
and the Life Skills Academy.
During the successful event, held at Hampton Bays High School, preschoolers trick-
or-treated at several brightly decorated cars. They also played games and listened to a
story read by Tri-M seniors Ella Stotzky and Nicholas Zbikowski.

Preschool students in the Hampton Bays School District enjoyed a special “trunk or treat” program that was jointly sponsored by members of the Tri-M Music Honor Society and the Life Skills Academy. During the successful event, held at Hampton Bays High School, preschoolers trick- or-treated at several brightly decorated cars. They also played games and listened to a story read by Tri-M seniors Ella Stotzky and Nicholas Zbikowski.

Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth graders visited the Sag Harbor Historical Society where they carved jack-o’-lanterns, which were then displayed on the porch to bring festive lights to the historic Sag Harbor community.

Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth graders visited the Sag Harbor Historical Society where they carved jack-o’-lanterns, which were then displayed on the porch to bring festive lights to the historic Sag Harbor community.

The Pierson High School Environmental Club met the morning of October 30 to clean up Sagg Main Beach. With buckets and bags in tow, the students were eager to work together to make the community environment safe and clean for everyone.

The Pierson High School Environmental Club met the morning of October 30 to clean up Sagg Main Beach. With buckets and bags in tow, the students were eager to work together to make the community environment safe and clean for everyone.

As part of a Veterans Day lesson, first grade students at Westhampton Beach Elementary School created a Hall of Heroes in the main vestibule of their school. They made colorful signs, noting the five branches of the military, and a giant paper American flag. All students in the school were then invited to contribute to the project by gluing photos of family members and friends who are veterans to paper stars that are displayed on the wall.

As part of a Veterans Day lesson, first grade students at Westhampton Beach Elementary School created a Hall of Heroes in the main vestibule of their school. They made colorful signs, noting the five branches of the military, and a giant paper American flag. All students in the school were then invited to contribute to the project by gluing photos of family members and friends who are veterans to paper stars that are displayed on the wall.

Science research students at Westhampton Beach High School recently participated in “A Day in the Life of the Peconic Bay” at Squire Pond in Hampton Bays.  While on the field trip, the students worked with scientists from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Brookhaven National Laboratory to measure nitrogen, phosphorus and dissolved oxygen and complete a biological survey of living organisms.

Science research students at Westhampton Beach High School recently participated in “A Day in the Life of the Peconic Bay” at Squire Pond in Hampton Bays. While on the field trip, the students worked with scientists from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Brookhaven National Laboratory to measure nitrogen, phosphorus and dissolved oxygen and complete a biological survey of living organisms.

Science research students at Westhampton Beach High School recently participated in “A Day in the Life of the Peconic Bay” at Squire Pond in Hampton Bays.  While on the field trip, the students worked with scientists from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Brookhaven National Laboratory to measure nitrogen, phosphorus and dissolved oxygen and complete a biological survey of living organisms.

Science research students at Westhampton Beach High School recently participated in “A Day in the Life of the Peconic Bay” at Squire Pond in Hampton Bays. While on the field trip, the students worked with scientists from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Brookhaven National Laboratory to measure nitrogen, phosphorus and dissolved oxygen and complete a biological survey of living organisms.

Second-graders at Our Lady of the Hamptons School took on the role of pioneers last week for the first in the return of live plays to the school. Jennifer Gross and Susan Hamma coordinated the musical “Mother Goose’s Character Camp” with the entire cast speaking and singing the important lessons of the script.  COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS SCHOOL

Second-graders at Our Lady of the Hamptons School took on the role of pioneers last week for the first in the return of live plays to the school. Jennifer Gross and Susan Hamma coordinated the musical “Mother Goose’s Character Camp” with the entire cast speaking and singing the important lessons of the script. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMPTONS SCHOOL

Second-graders at Our Lady of the Hamptons School took on the role of pioneers last week for the first in the return of live plays to the school. Jennifer Gross and Susan Hamma coordinated the musical “Mother Goose’s Character Camp” with the entire cast speaking and singing the important lessons of the script.

Second-graders at Our Lady of the Hamptons School took on the role of pioneers last week for the first in the return of live plays to the school. Jennifer Gross and Susan Hamma coordinated the musical “Mother Goose’s Character Camp” with the entire cast speaking and singing the important lessons of the script.

Raynor Country Day School honored  local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration.  Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students.  Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders.  At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.

Raynor Country Day School honored local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration. Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students. Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders. At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.

Raynor Country Day School honored  local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration.  Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students.  Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders.  At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.

Raynor Country Day School honored local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration. Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students. Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders. At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.

Raynor Country Day School honored  local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration.  Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students.  Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders.  At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.

Raynor Country Day School honored local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration. Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students. Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders. At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.

Raynor Country Day School honored  local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration.  Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students.  Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders.  At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift.  COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

Raynor Country Day School honored local veterans on November 4 with a drive-through celebration. Visitors to the campus enjoyed the sights and sounds of the patriotic event which also featured hand-made decorations by the students. Guests were also greeted by the Westhampton Beach Fire Department, the Eastport Fire Department, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Patriot Guard Riders. At the conclusion of the event, all veterans were provided with a complimentary lunch, thank-you card hand crafted by students and a gift. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

authorStaff Writer on Nov 8, 2021
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