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BOE Proposed Special Meeting - Friday, May 7, 2021

Please be advised that upon approval of the two resolutions under Superintendent Recommendations, it is anticipated that the Board will go into the Executive Session

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Greenhouse Visit

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Students in Ms. Lemon and Ms. Hansen’s kindergarten classes took a tour of the school greenhouse! Ms. Fayaz shared some facts about the greenhouse and the plants that are growing inside. The students even saw the second graders’ butterflies flying around the greenhouse. Students were lucky enough to take home a fresh basil plant from the greenhouse as well. After touring the greenhouse, they visited the new baby chicks in the technology room. It was a great in-house field trip!

2021 Budget Newsletter

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Happy Earth Day!

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Cohort 2 Kindergarten students celebrated Earth Day by discussing ways they can help keep our planet beautiful and safe, planting flower seeds and enjoying “The Lorax.”

Autism Awareness Initiative

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Bridgehampton School special education teacher Angela Selvaggio and Director of Pupil Personnel Services and ENL Carlos Bermudez have been engaging students and staff in a districtwide recognition of autism during Autism Awareness Month.

Ms. Selvaggio sent an email to her peers to thank them for advocating for and working with diverse learners so that all Bridgehampton students can call the school “a home away from home” and walk the halls with dignity. She had autism-awareness ribbons, resources and a fact sheet about autism sent to their individual mailboxes.

Second grader Oliver Schwartz helped by handing out autism awareness pins to the staff and students.