School News, October 19, Southampton Town - 27 East

School News, October 19, Southampton Town

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Hampton Bays High School seniors Dylan Foley, Rieve Nydegger and Michael Poremba recently attended the weeklong American Legion Boys State citizenship and leadership training program.
COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

Hampton Bays High School seniors Dylan Foley, Rieve Nydegger and Michael Poremba recently attended the weeklong American Legion Boys State citizenship and leadership training program. COURTESY HAMPTON BAYS SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Westhampton Beach High School varsity cheerleading squad provided pep and
cheer during the Hurricanes’ homecoming game on October 6. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Westhampton Beach High School varsity cheerleading squad provided pep and cheer during the Hurricanes’ homecoming game on October 6. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School students created thank-you cards for veterans as part of a community service collaboration between the Westhampton Free Library and Westhampton Beach High School Library. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Westhampton Beach High School students created thank-you cards for veterans as part of a community service collaboration between the Westhampton Free Library and Westhampton Beach High School Library. COURTESY WESTHAMPTON BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT

First graders in Michelle Grausso’s class at Tuttle Avenue Elementary School learned about Johnny Appleseed and wrote and studied apple poems. The poetry unit integrated all aspects of the school’s curriculum, with facts from literature learned about John Chapman (Johnny Appleseed), patriotic tunes, information about the apple’s nutritional value, learning about the apple’s life cycles and seasonal changes, songs learned about apples and counting activities. The unit culminated with the students’ reading poetry and singing about apples. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

First graders in Michelle Grausso’s class at Tuttle Avenue Elementary School learned about Johnny Appleseed and wrote and studied apple poems. The poetry unit integrated all aspects of the school’s curriculum, with facts from literature learned about John Chapman (Johnny Appleseed), patriotic tunes, information about the apple’s nutritional value, learning about the apple’s life cycles and seasonal changes, songs learned about apples and counting activities. The unit culminated with the students’ reading poetry and singing about apples. COURTESY EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Intermediate School sixth grader Claudia Morales and her bus driver Rick Berkowski were recently recognized for following important bus safety procedures. Berkowski consistently reminds students that they must wait for a crossing signal from a bus driver before crossing the street to a bus. Morales did just that recently when Berkowski noticed a passing car that was not yielding to the flashing lights and the bus stop sign. Morales exhibited great listening skills and waited for Berkowski’s signal, ensuring her safety. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

Southampton Intermediate School sixth grader Claudia Morales and her bus driver Rick Berkowski were recently recognized for following important bus safety procedures. Berkowski consistently reminds students that they must wait for a crossing signal from a bus driver before crossing the street to a bus. Morales did just that recently when Berkowski noticed a passing car that was not yielding to the flashing lights and the bus stop sign. Morales exhibited great listening skills and waited for Berkowski’s signal, ensuring her safety. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Fire Department brought its
engines, ladder truck, and stump jumper to Tuckahoe School last week to teach the students about fire safety. Students saw the vehicles in action and learned how they are used during emergencies. A highlight of the visit was the simulated smokehouse. In this safe, controlled environment, fog is created to mimic the conditions of a real fire. Students crawled through the smokehouse under the watchful eyes of the firefighters. The experience taught the students what to do if they ever find themselves in a smoke-filled room. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Fire Department brought its engines, ladder truck, and stump jumper to Tuckahoe School last week to teach the students about fire safety. Students saw the vehicles in action and learned how they are used during emergencies. A highlight of the visit was the simulated smokehouse. In this safe, controlled environment, fog is created to mimic the conditions of a real fire. Students crawled through the smokehouse under the watchful eyes of the firefighters. The experience taught the students what to do if they ever find themselves in a smoke-filled room. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Fire Department brought its
engines, ladder truck, and stump jumper to Tuckahoe School last week to teach the students about fire safety. Students saw the vehicles in action and learned how they are used during emergencies. A highlight of the visit was the simulated smokehouse. In this safe, controlled environment, fog is created to mimic the conditions of a real fire. Students crawled through the smokehouse under the watchful eyes of the firefighters. The experience taught the students what to do if they ever find themselves in a smoke-filled room. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Southampton Fire Department brought its engines, ladder truck, and stump jumper to Tuckahoe School last week to teach the students about fire safety. Students saw the vehicles in action and learned how they are used during emergencies. A highlight of the visit was the simulated smokehouse. In this safe, controlled environment, fog is created to mimic the conditions of a real fire. Students crawled through the smokehouse under the watchful eyes of the firefighters. The experience taught the students what to do if they ever find themselves in a smoke-filled room. COURTESY TUCKAHOE SCHOOL DISTRICT

authorStaff Writer on Oct 16, 2023
Hampton Bays Seniors Attend Boys State Through an ongoing partnership with Hampton Bays American Legion Hand-Aldrich Post 924, Hampton Bays High School seniors Dylan Foley, Rieve Nydegger and Michael Poremba... more

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