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Logo Challenge

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Alanah Johnson, a junior at Bridgehampton High School, shows off her winning design of the secondary level PBIS – Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports – logo challenge. Shown here with teacher Mr. Joseph Pluta, Alanah’s design ideas incorporate the vision and goal of the PBIS team for students – individuality, safety, responsibility and respectfulness. The logo will be used for future Bridgehampton PBIS materials.

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Congratulations To Alanah Johnson For Winning The Secondary PBIS Logo Challenge!!!


Celebrating our Students

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Congratulations to The December PBIS Student of the Month Award Winners:
(in photo, left to right) Emma Hernandez, Alysson Pichon, Nick Bonilla, Elver Cruz, Erick Alvarez, Kevin Tuba Sinchi, Vassilia Reilly and Brynn Lamb.
Thank you also to Coach Johnson, Mr. Hand, Ms. Ozsu, Mr. DeRosa, Mr. Cox, Ms. Reilly and Ms. Rodgers for your ongoing efforts!

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays
Happy Holidays from our first-grade students and teacher Mrs. Nina Merkert and assistant Ms. Kelsey Burns for creating ornaments for our feathered friends as well as their joyful songs. Thank you also to music teacher Mr. David Elliott and students for their festive tunes during the tree decorating event.

Scientific Predictions

The importance of washing hands was just one part of a scientific experiment that second-graders in the health and wellness class learned. Students exposed potato slices to different areas of their classroom that they assumed would have germs including desks, doorknobs and the floor. They then made predictions on which potato slice contained the most germs and the least germs and observed and recorded their results. They concluded that their hands and their desks were two big hot spots for germs!

Swimming Success!

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Learning how to swim is one of life’s most valuable skills. In addition to the benefit of water safety for children, it soon becomes one of the most enjoyable forms of recreation and fitness. Bridgehampton’s kindergarten and first-grade students enjoy their lessons at the YMCA and we thank physical education teacher Steve Meyers for providing these critical lifesaving skills for our students.

Basketball Milestone

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J.P. Harding reached the milestone 1,000-point level in his varsity basketball career and joins his father as the only father-son combination in Bridgehampton School history to score 1,000 points each. He is now the 16th basketball player to score 1,000 career points in more than six decades of playing. See more on this story:

Tree Lighting & Tasty Treats!

Tree Lighting & Tasty Treats photo
Students in the Advanced Nutrition and Culinary classes made and served butternut squash soup at the annual tree lighting ceremony and six-grade culinary club members created pudding pies topped with fresh berries.

Hall of Fame Inductees 2018

Hall of Fame Inductees 2018 photo
Recognized at a dinner in their honor, the 2018 Hall of Fame inductees are Elaine Gholson-Parks, Mary Anne Jules, And Lawrence Jamieson Koncelik. Congratulations to them and their families!

Tuba Tunes at Rockefeller Center

Tuba Tunes at Rockefeller Center photo
The magical sounds of the low-pitched tuba were a celebration for many to hear and witness at Rockefeller Center’s 45th annual Merry Tuba Christmas this past week. Bridgehampton students Chase Gudelauski and Kris Vinski along with music teacher David Elliott were among the more than 500 musicians of all ages and abilities from all over the country performing holidays carols and other crowd favorites on their brass instruments.

Running Like the Wind

Running Like the Wind photo
Bridgehampton’s Girls on the Run celebrated the end of its second year with a 5K run. On behalf of the school community, the district congratulates these third- through fifth-grade students – Rylee Fitzgerald, Emma Kapon, Summer Lillie, Destiny Parker and Kate Vinski –on a successful season of energizing life skills in this nationally based learning program. Coach Meredith McArdle encourages the students to gain confidence and enhance their leadership skills while keeping their minds and bodies healthy and active by running together.

Skills, Stunts & Style!

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The Bridgehampton/Pierson competitive cheerleading team continue to build on their skills as they prepare for a successful season ahead. Here, students work at Southampton Youth Services on their gymnastics stunts. The district looks forward to a great season and thank coach Jennifer Maldonado and Athletic Director Michael DeRosa for their continued support.

Super Powered Readers!

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Reading, thinking and learning are all part of elementary literacy. Students are learning to use comprehension strategies to read and learn as they encounter information and ideas in texts. Kindergarten students recently had a visit from Super Reader Man who left them capes to practice their reading powers. The fictional character from the Teacher’s College Super Readers writing unit visits the classrooms when students are not there and leaves notes and objects to help them activate their reading powers. They were excited to learn they all had pointer power, in which they simply point to the words they are learning to read.

An Education in Democracy

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In Bridgehampton’s ongoing mission to prepare students for life after their primary education, three students presented their professional and well-planned speeches to be elected to the seat of the elementary level student council president. The district congratulates Constantine Reilly, Sascha Gomberg and Emma Kapon on their hard work and articulation in sharing their views and visions with their schoolmates.

Duo Honored for Character and Leadership Skills

Duo Honored for Character and Leadership Skills photo
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Bridgehampton High School seniors Aziza El and James Fairchild were each named a 2018 Suffolk Zone award winner by the New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. This award is presented annually to the top female and male senior physical education leaders in each Suffolk County high school.

The pair were chosen for their outstanding character and leadership skills in schoolwide as well as physical education and health class activities, positive attitude toward instructional activities, scholastic achievements and being role models for their peers. They were honored at a dinner at Villa Lombardi’s in Holbrook along with other high school students.

A Grateful Gesture

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Many thanks to McCoy Bus Company, J&R Painting and Mickey’s for their generous monetary donations to purchase food for our Thanksgiving celebration. We truly appreciate your support. Thank you to the commitment and leadership of our Board of Education members and Superintendent of Schools Mr. Robert Hauser for your continued support in helping us to educate our students, many who are to be congratulated for their hard work and dedication in achieving High Honor Roll, Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance recognition. Enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration with family and friends from the Bridgehampton School community.

Athlete of the Week

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Congratulations to junior Julian Cheng for being named the Athlete of the Week. You are to be commended for all your hard work and dedication to school and sport.

Non-Resident Student Enrollment


This link provides an overview of the district’s non-resident student enrollment program, including tuition rates and applications. 

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Parent Guide to Common Core


This is a series of materials, websites and guides aimed at helping parents navigate the Common Core Standards.

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Community Library


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