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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.
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.
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.
Southampton Elementary School celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday on Jan. 12 with an assembly that featured “I Have a Dream” speeches by six students who won a January challenge to write about their own dreams. The students — Blake Epley, Jia Hartline, Luna Lysogorski, Kaya Marvel, Amelie Nartey and Aria
Southampton art students create impressive movie posters Southampton High School Media Arts students, under the direction of art teacher Justine Moody, were recently challenged to create a blockbuster movie poster using several layers of superimposed imagery, complex filters and effects. Here are just a few of the pieces created by these incredibly talented digital artists.
To kick off Kindness Month at Southampton Elementary School, students collaborated to design a chalk mural on school grounds. The mural features the words “you belong,” a phrase used in the school’s social and emotional learning curriculum. Throughout the month, students will participate in a variety of activities related to belonging and kindness.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Throughout the month, SHS will recognize the invaluable contributions of Native peoples. The Shinnecock and other Native peoples have shaped our community and our country. This month we honor the Shinnecock Nation and hundreds of Tribal Nations who continue exercising their inherent sovereignty.