Members of Southampton High School’s Have Instrument Will Travel performing group provided socially distant musical performances recently. Members of Southampton High School’s Have Instrument Will Travel musical group brough cheer to the community during the month of November by providing several socially distant outdoor performances.
Southampton High School junior Leilani Robinson will participate in a roundtable discussion on vaping with Attorney General Letitia James. Leilani Robinson, a junior at Southampton High School, has been selected to represent Long Island at a virtual roundtable discussion hosted by New York State Attorney General Letitia James on Dec. 2 at 4 p.m.
Southampton Elementary School’s Opening Act Club, Southampton Intermediate School’s Early Act Club and Southampton High School’s Interact Club worked with the Southampton Rotary Club during the week of Nov. 23 to fill hundreds of boxes with food. The boxes were distributed to local food banks for those in need for Thanksgiving.
Southampton High School student Reece Nugent was awarded the Long Island Radio Broadcasting Thomas Cutinella Foundation Service Award. Nugent earned the award for his community service accomplishments. He and his peers created a scholarship foundation in response to social injustice arising out of the COVID-19 era.
The Southampton High School Mariner Patriot Club, under the direction of advisor Thea Fry, delivered 100 turkeys to local veterans just in time for Thanksgiving. The turkeys were donated by the school and local community. “It was a herculean effort, but they got it done,” said Southampton High School Principal Brian Zahn. “We are so proud of their efforts.”
Honoring veterans Photo caption: Southampton High School students paid tribute to local veterans on Nov. 10 as part of a Veterans Day celebration. The outdoor event included speeches by students who thanked the local veterans in attendance for their service to the country.
On Wednesday December 2nd and Friday, December 4th, Southampton High School students and staff will be asked to voluntarily give up their cell phones for the school day in an effort to raise money for the Cell Phones for Soldiers’ Minutes that Matter program charity,
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