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  • Authors celebrate

    Authors celebrate Southampton Elementary School third graders recently celebrated the conclusion of their information writing unit by sharing their work with their second grade buddies. During the event, the third graders in Kathryn Calarco’s class read...

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  • Coats for those in need

    Coats for those in need Members of the Southampton Elementary School Student Council recently collected numerous gently used coats as part of an annual community service project to help those in need. The coats were all dry-cleaned by Good Ground Cleaners in Hampton Bays and delivered to the Heart of the Hamptons groups.

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  • Message From the Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools

    We are proud of these young ladies and commend the team for their resilience.

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  • Slam Dunk

    Students from Southampton and Westhampton Beach high schools recently competed in a friendly Special Olympics basketball scrimmage as part of their physical education classes. Players were cheered on by faculty and staff as they showcased their talents on the court.

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  • Drumming into science

    As part of a science lesson on sound, Southampton Elementary School first graders recently participated in a drumming lesson with Serena Lee of the Shinnecock Nation. The students experienced how vibrations make sound and how they can use sound to communicate.

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  • Students hear from motivational speaker

    Southampton High School students were inspired after attending an assembly featuring motivational speaker and author Milton L. Creagh. Creagh touched on a variety of issues in his talk, from diversity to substance abuse prevention. Students had also heard from Mike Panus this school year,

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  • Rotary Student of the Month

    Southampton High School senior Shayleigh Tribuzio has been recognized by the Rotary Club of Southampton as the Rotary Student of the Month for February. Tribuzio earned the honor for her dedication to her studies and school community. She is the secretary of the senior class, treasurer of the National Honor Society, and a member of the Foreign Language Honor Society and Rotary Club. Additionally, she plays on the girls varsity soccer team and writes for the school newspaper, Riptide.

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  • Southampton pays tribute to Thomas Valva

    Southampton students and staff wore blue shirts and ribbons on Jan. 30 to pay tribute to the memory of Thomas Valva of Center Moriches and to raise awareness of child abuse. Blue signifies child abuse prevention. Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District

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