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Congratulations!

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The Bridgehampton School District congratulates students Kevin Alvarez, Carlos Andrade, Andrew Campoverde, Indya Cherry, Rylee Fitzgerald, Brynn Lamb, Zechariah Mitchell, Jazmin Reyes, Kevin Rojas and Vassilia Reilly for being named our November Student of the Month award recipients. Thank you to Ms. Reilly, Mr. Hand, Ms. Ozu, and Mr. DeRosa for all your efforts in working with our star students!

Healthy Habits in Pre-K!

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Pre-K students have been learning about healthy habits including daily exercise! Students practiced by playing and running on the playground, and performing the actions on exercise and yoga pose cards with peers. They had so much fun! We certainly have a class of future athletes and yogis in Pre-K!

Dynamic Summit for Student Leaders

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Bridgehampton High School students attended the 2019 East End Youth Leadership Summit recently held at Suffolk County Community College’s Eastern Campus. The event brought together young leaders from other East End school districts to discuss important social issues and learn skills and resources to empower them to lead healthy lives and set a positive example for others. The district thanks Ms. Danielle Doscher, Mr. Carl Johnson, Mr. John Reilly and all the students who took part in these dynamic conversations.

Long Island Champs!

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Congratulations to The Bridgehampton/Pierson volleyball team on taking the Long Island Championship Title!

Experiential Learning for Bridgehampton Students

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Bridgehampton fourth and fifth grade students explored science, hiked in nature, and partook in trust-building activities while developing teamwork, outdoor living and collaborative problem-solving skills on a trip to Frost Valley. The three days of adventures included crossing cable bridges, visiting waterfalls and observing animals.

“The school community thanks Mr. Liberatore, Ms. Rivera, Ms. Mentuck, Ms. Corbett and Ms. Vinski for their help in providing our students this great experience,” Principal Michael Miller said.