School News, March 31-27 East

  • Westhampton Beach Elementary School recently named the winners of its 24th annual math, science and technology fair.

  • Hampton Bays Elementary School students recently practiced traffic safety and learned about traffic signs in their physical education classes. As part of the engaging tutorial, the school’s gymnasium was transformed into a causeway on which students cruised on roller scooters.

  • Hampton Bays Elementary School’s community service club, K-Kids, recently donated $100 to Ronald McDonald House as part of a St. Patrick’s Day-themed fundraiser. To raise funds, the students sold four-leaf clover necklaces during their lunch periods. The fundraiser is just one of many the K-Kids have taken part in this year; they have also raised money for breast cancer and autism charities.

  • Westhampton Beach High School junior Jack Schultz has been named a finalist for the New York State Science and Engineering Fair.

  • Hampton Bays Elementary School celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 with a variety of fun activities.

  • Hampton Bays Elementary School celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 with a variety of fun activities.

  • Hampton Bays Elementary School celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 with a variety of fun activities.

  • Hampton Bays High School drama students will perform “Chicago (High School Edition)” April 1-3.

  • The Southampton High School cast wowed audiences on March 18 and 19 with an impressive performance of “Legally Blonde – The Musical.” During production, the students sang along as they told the inspiring story of Elle Woods, who overcame the blonde stereotype and became a Harvard law student.

  • Students from Eastport-South Manor Junior-Senior High School’s Drama and Music Department recently staged a musical production of “The Addams Family.”

  • Hampton Bays High School students helped Save Environmental on March 24 by sticking hundreds of eelgrass seeds onto hard clams.

  • Students at Tuttle Avenue Elementary School Tuttle Cares Club, led by Councilor Nicole Rau, recently celebrated the school’s bus drivers as part of Bus Driver Appreciation Week.

  • Our Lady of the Hamptons school guitar band performing at a recent school assembly.

  • Pierson’s robotics team, Team 28, met Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. during the first round of competition at the FIRST Robotics Competition taking place in Albany. COURTESY OF SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT

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