School News, November 9, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, November 9, Southampton Town

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Westhampton Beach High School students met with area professionals as part of their school’s annual Senior Skills Breakfast. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School students met with area professionals as part of their school’s annual Senior Skills Breakfast. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Three Southampton Elementary School fourth graders, Lake Rendon, Gisell Rosas and Alexandra Alfaro, under the guidance of music teacher Samantha McEvoy, recently participated in the 15th annual SCMEA PEAK Festival at Northport High School. The day was filled with exciting new musical experiences that each student shared with their parent or guardian. Together, they participated in chorus,
world drumming, ukulele and singing games. The day concluded with the students collectively performing for their families and teachers. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Three Southampton Elementary School fourth graders, Lake Rendon, Gisell Rosas and Alexandra Alfaro, under the guidance of music teacher Samantha McEvoy, recently participated in the 15th annual SCMEA PEAK Festival at Northport High School. The day was filled with exciting new musical experiences that each student shared with their parent or guardian. Together, they participated in chorus, world drumming, ukulele and singing games. The day concluded with the students collectively performing for their families and teachers. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Intermediate School marked Breast Cancer Awareness Month with several activities. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Intermediate School marked Breast Cancer Awareness Month with several activities. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Intermediate School marked Breast Cancer Awareness Month with several activities. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Intermediate School marked Breast Cancer Awareness Month with several activities. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Sagaponack School students continued a 20-year tradition by participating in the annual Spooky Walk, stopping at the Sagaponack Post Office. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Sagaponack School students continued a 20-year tradition by participating in the annual Spooky Walk, stopping at the Sagaponack Post Office. COURTESY SAGAPONACK SCHOOL

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach Elementary School students had a look back in time when they visited the Westhampton Beach Historical Society last week. COURTESY TOM HADLOCK

Westhampton Beach High School Robotics Team won a robotics competition on October 28, beating out 22 other teams after overcoming some technical difficulties, on October 28 at Half Hollow Hills High School.  COURTESY ANTHONY GRAVES

Westhampton Beach High School Robotics Team won a robotics competition on October 28, beating out 22 other teams after overcoming some technical difficulties, on October 28 at Half Hollow Hills High School. COURTESY ANTHONY GRAVES

Westhampton Beach High School Robotics Team won a robotics competition on October 28, beating out 22 other teams after overcoming some technical difficulties, on October 28 at Half Hollow Hills High School.  COURTESY ANTHONY GRAVES

Westhampton Beach High School Robotics Team won a robotics competition on October 28, beating out 22 other teams after overcoming some technical difficulties, on October 28 at Half Hollow Hills High School. COURTESY ANTHONY GRAVES

Dayton Avenue and Eastport elementary schools’ students received a loud round of applause as they waked down the red carpet during the schools’ individual Readers Walk of Fame. The parallel events were a culmination of the schools’ summer reading program, which encouraged students to read daily and record the number of minutes read. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Dayton Avenue and Eastport elementary schools’ students received a loud round of applause as they waked down the red carpet during the schools’ individual Readers Walk of Fame. The parallel events were a culmination of the schools’ summer reading program, which encouraged students to read daily and record the number of minutes read. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Seven Westhampton Beach High School students - Jane Atkinson,Charles Bookamer, Jessica Curran, Ryan Fives, Sarah Gormley, Meghan Kelly and Kate
Pomroyhave earned New York State Scholarships for Academic Excellence. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Seven Westhampton Beach High School students - Jane Atkinson,Charles Bookamer, Jessica Curran, Ryan Fives, Sarah Gormley, Meghan Kelly and Kate Pomroyhave earned New York State Scholarships for Academic Excellence. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

More than 75 local veterans gathered with family and friends at Raynor Country Day School for its annual Veterans Day ceremony.  The honored guests were welcomed with a patriotic parade of red, white, and blue as the pre-K through third-grade students marched into the auditorium with pomp and circumstance.  Guests were also treated to performances by music students. Student speakers included fourth-grader Samantha Gorny and sixth-graders Rory Coonan, Sophie Bracovic, Lola Schwinn, Luna Munoz, Sean Kelly, and Bradley Ceberek.  Students reflected upon the veterans and their importance to our nation. Congressman Nick LaLota's office was present to share a proclamation of citizenship to Raynor Country Day School.  Additionally, Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine, and Town Councilman, Dan Panico, were on hand to share words of appreciation to the veterans.
In addition, the students hosted a moment of silence for those who have passed, presented a wreath of remembrance, and sixth-grader student Sean Kelly performed Taps. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

More than 75 local veterans gathered with family and friends at Raynor Country Day School for its annual Veterans Day ceremony. The honored guests were welcomed with a patriotic parade of red, white, and blue as the pre-K through third-grade students marched into the auditorium with pomp and circumstance. Guests were also treated to performances by music students. Student speakers included fourth-grader Samantha Gorny and sixth-graders Rory Coonan, Sophie Bracovic, Lola Schwinn, Luna Munoz, Sean Kelly, and Bradley Ceberek. Students reflected upon the veterans and their importance to our nation. Congressman Nick LaLota's office was present to share a proclamation of citizenship to Raynor Country Day School. Additionally, Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine, and Town Councilman, Dan Panico, were on hand to share words of appreciation to the veterans. In addition, the students hosted a moment of silence for those who have passed, presented a wreath of remembrance, and sixth-grader student Sean Kelly performed Taps. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

More than 75 local veterans gathered with family and friends at Raynor Country Day School for its annual Veterans Day ceremony.  The honored guests were welcomed with a patriotic parade of red, white, and blue as the pre-K through third-grade students marched into the auditorium with pomp and circumstance.  Guests were also treated to performances by music students. Student speakers included fourth-grader Samantha Gorny and sixth-graders Rory Coonan, Sophie Bracovic, Lola Schwinn, Luna Munoz, Sean Kelly, and Bradley Ceberek.  Students reflected upon the veterans and their importance to our nation. Congressman Nick LaLota's office was present to share a proclamation of citizenship to Raynor Country Day School.  Additionally, Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine, and Town Councilman, Dan Panico, were on hand to share words of appreciation to the veterans.
In addition, the students hosted a moment of silence for those who have passed, presented a wreath of remembrance, and sixth-grader student Sean Kelly performed Taps. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

More than 75 local veterans gathered with family and friends at Raynor Country Day School for its annual Veterans Day ceremony. The honored guests were welcomed with a patriotic parade of red, white, and blue as the pre-K through third-grade students marched into the auditorium with pomp and circumstance. Guests were also treated to performances by music students. Student speakers included fourth-grader Samantha Gorny and sixth-graders Rory Coonan, Sophie Bracovic, Lola Schwinn, Luna Munoz, Sean Kelly, and Bradley Ceberek. Students reflected upon the veterans and their importance to our nation. Congressman Nick LaLota's office was present to share a proclamation of citizenship to Raynor Country Day School. Additionally, Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine, and Town Councilman, Dan Panico, were on hand to share words of appreciation to the veterans. In addition, the students hosted a moment of silence for those who have passed, presented a wreath of remembrance, and sixth-grader student Sean Kelly performed Taps. COURTESY RAYNOR COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

authorStaff Writer on Nov 6, 2023
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