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  • Southampton UFSD to Appoint Next Superintendent of Schools April 16/Southampton UFSD nombrará al próximo superintendente de escuelas el 16 de abril

    The Southampton Union Free School District Board of Education is pleased to announce the anticipated appointment of Dr. Fatima Morrell as the next Southampton Superintendent of Schools, effective July 8. The appointment follows an extensive search process that included soliciting community feedback through surveys and forums and collaborating with Eastern Suffolk BOCES to identify the best candidate to meet the needs of the district. A seasoned administrator with more than 30 years of educational experience, Dr. Morrell is coming to Southampton from the Buffalo Public Schools system. Throughout her career, Dr. Morrell has been honored for her forward-thinking educational approach, including as recipient of the National School Boards Association 2023 Magna Award and Buffalo’s Excellence in Education 2023 “Trailblazer of the Year” Award,

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  •  Southampton students meet Southampton Village police chief

    Southampton students meet Southampton Village police chief

    As part of a Women’s History Month celebration, Southampton Elementary School third grade students in Jessica Gomez​ and Stefany Gomez-Barrientos’ class enjoyed a special visit from Southampton Village Police Chief Suzanne Hurteau. During the visit, they learned that Chief Hurteau

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  •  Grammy-winning music group visits Southampton Elementary

    Grammy-winning music group visits Southampton Elementary

    Southampton Elementary School was buzzing with excitement as it welcomed Grammy-winning children’s music group 123 Andrés to perform on March 11. The dynamic Colombian duo of Andrés Salguero and Christina Sanabria captivated students with their engaging children's music in both English and Spanish.

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  •  Celebrating Black history

    Celebrating Black history

    Southampton Elementary School students rounded out Black History Month with a special assembly on Feb. 29. During the culminating event, students showcased what they learned about Black history by successfully answering “who am I” questions put to them by members of Southampton High

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  •  Animal research presentation

    Animal research presentation

    Southampton Elementary School third-grade students recently honed their research and presentation skills. After completing a unit of study on research, they selected an animal to explore and created impressive reports that they presented to district administrators, family, friends, and teachers.

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  •  Southampton students mark P.S. I Love You Day

    Southampton students mark P.S. I Love You Day

    Southampton Elementary and Intermediate School students celebrated P.S. I Love You Day during the week of Feb. 5. Students at both schools participated in assemblies with P.S. I Love You Day founder

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  •     Tee time: Southampton Elementary students learn golf fundamentals

    Tee time: Southampton Elementary students learn golf fundamentals

    Southampton Elementary School students are learning to drive and putt as part of a two-week golf program at their school. Through the program, Montauk Downs Golf Course and the Golf Channel Academy with Kelley Brooke are providing golf skill training to the students through fun, and engaging activities.

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  •  Basketball game unites the community

    Basketball game unites the community

    Themed “Autism Awareness Night,” a Southampton High School varsity basketball game brought the community together on Jan. 19. The evening featured a varsity game between the Mariners and Whalers and a halftime unified basketball game in a gym decorated by community service club members and parent volunteers. The event raised $5,800 for the Flying Point Foundation through raffles and T-shirt and snack sales.

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