• Three athletes sign letters of intent

    During a recent informal ceremony at Southampton High School, seniors Dreanne Joseph, Kendra Jimenez and Jarrett Helgerson signed letters of intent to continue their sports at the collegiate level.

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  • Learning about K-9s

    Southampton Intermediate School students learned about K-9s during a recent visit from local police officers. Students at Southampton Intermediate School learned about K-9s during a recent visit by three East End officers and their police dogs.

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  • STAR Program

    Registration is now open for the S.T.A.R. Program which will run July 6 - 30, 2021 from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday. Register in person at the District Office or online at MySchoolBucks.com.

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  • 31 inducted into National Junior Honor Society

    Southampton Intermediate School students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society during a ceremony on June 2. To be eligible for membership, the students were required to maintain a GPA

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  • Taking action

     Southampton High School oceanography students are taking action and making positive changes after a year of learning. Taking action Southampton High School oceanography students have stepped up to

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  • Breaking bread

    Members of the Southampton High School Interact Club and Southampton Intermediate School Early Act Rotary Club joined forces to bake loaves of bread for the South Hampton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and local families in need. Supplies for the project were donated through the King Arthur Baking Company’s Bake for Good program

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  • Raising awareness of mental health

    Southampton High School students participated in a wide variety of activities, led by the school’s mental health team, to mark May as Mental Health Awareness Month. The month culminated with a color run aimed at raising awareness for mental health diagnoses.

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  • Opening a dialogue for change

    Southampton High School students recently had the opportunity to sit down and speak openly with officers from the Southampton Village Police Department. In an effort to facilitate communication and positive change, Southampton High School recently hosted a roundtable discussion

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