School News, November 23, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, November 23, Southampton Town

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Thea Morse, holding her work

Thea Morse, holding her work "Trixie Cat's Garden of Gratitude," was among the Southampton High School seniors who exhibited their work in the South Bay Art Association's Nita Elder Student Scholarship Show earlier this month. As part of the show, the students will compete to win a $1,000 scholarship. Mia Gonzalez also had a piece in the show. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Elementary School students participated in the annual schoolwide turkey trot
on November 10. During the event, students were led to the field by drummers of the Shinnecock
Nation and then ran as many laps as they could in 15 minutes. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Elementary School students participated in the annual schoolwide turkey trot on November 10. During the event, students were led to the field by drummers of the Shinnecock Nation and then ran as many laps as they could in 15 minutes. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School science research students recently took a field trip to the Advanced Energy Center in the Stony Brook University Research and Development Park. During the trip, they learned about research in biofuels, combustion, power electronics, hydrogen power and battery storage from Ph.D. and graduate students, as well as professors. They also had the opportunity to visit the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology, where they explored the world's largest virtual reality deck, AI-driven robotic cars and the sensor lab. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School science research students recently took a field trip to the Advanced Energy Center in the Stony Brook University Research and Development Park. During the trip, they learned about research in biofuels, combustion, power electronics, hydrogen power and battery storage from Ph.D. and graduate students, as well as professors. They also had the opportunity to visit the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology, where they explored the world's largest virtual reality deck, AI-driven robotic cars and the sensor lab. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Students at Westhampton Beach Elementary School recently celebrated a week of kindness with a variety of activities. They had discussions in their classrooms about the importance of being kind to others, used chalk to write kindness messages outside their school and wrote kind letters to teachers and staff. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Students at Westhampton Beach Elementary School recently celebrated a week of kindness with a variety of activities. They had discussions in their classrooms about the importance of being kind to others, used chalk to write kindness messages outside their school and wrote kind letters to teachers and staff. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Seven students were inducted into the Westhampton Beach High School National Honor Society during a recent fall ceremony. The new members were inducted in recognition of their demonstrated excellence in service, character, scholarship and leadership. The inductees are Rebecca Gutierrez-Haefeli, Zachary Horton, Tyler O’Donnell, Nicholas Rizzo, Heath Sumwalt, Ashley Vasquez Sanic and Evan Zheng. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Seven students were inducted into the Westhampton Beach High School National Honor Society during a recent fall ceremony. The new members were inducted in recognition of their demonstrated excellence in service, character, scholarship and leadership. The inductees are Rebecca Gutierrez-Haefeli, Zachary Horton, Tyler O’Donnell, Nicholas Rizzo, Heath Sumwalt, Ashley Vasquez Sanic and Evan Zheng. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

A traditional Thanksgiving dinner was prepared
and served by a team of Our Lady of the Hamptons School parents as a celebration for 300 students and faculty. Special guests for the feast included eight local parish pastors, Southampton Village Mayor Bill Manger, school board members and several school bus drivers. Among the students at the event were, from left, Joseph Kampf, Teddy Fulweiler and Quinn McCulley. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMTONS SCHOOL

A traditional Thanksgiving dinner was prepared and served by a team of Our Lady of the Hamptons School parents as a celebration for 300 students and faculty. Special guests for the feast included eight local parish pastors, Southampton Village Mayor Bill Manger, school board members and several school bus drivers. Among the students at the event were, from left, Joseph Kampf, Teddy Fulweiler and Quinn McCulley. COURTESY OUR LADY OF THE HAMTONS SCHOOL

authorStaff Writer on Nov 17, 2023
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