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Elementary School Faculty and Staff

Pre-K 3 Pre-K 4
Kindergarten
  • Elizabeth Kirwan
  • Danielle Corbett
  • Fulbia Garcia
  • Teacher Page
1st Grade
  • Nina Merkert
  • Caitlin Hansen
  • Janet Conde-Mancino
  • Teacher Page
2nd Grade 3rd Grade
4th Grade 5th Grade
Elementary 8:1:1
  • Kristina Minichiello (Teacher Page)
  • Alexandra DeSouza
  • Samantha Slattery
  • Cheryl Nordt
AIS/Literacy
Private School
  • Julie Waller
  • Corrine Neubauer
  • Adrienne Gholson
  • Jessica Fitzgerald

PE
TESOL
Music/Band
CPSE Chairperson
Speech Pathologist




  

District-Wide Faculty and Staff

Art Athletic Director
Technology
  • Jen Suarez
  • Dilangani Dilrukshi
Family and Consumer Science
School Counselor Health/PE
Librarian
  • David Holmes
TESOL
School Nurse
  • Elizabeth Flanagan

School Psychologist
  • Brianna Covais


 
 

 

Math and Milkshakes: What’s For Lunch

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To celebrate the end of a math unit on dividing decimals, the fifth grade classroom of Ms. Mallory Dougherty and Mr. Lou Liberatore was transformed into a restaurant in which students took on the roles of waiters and customers. Waiters had to add up the items ordered (including adding tax) and customers had to split the bill using their knowledge of dividing decimals.

Date Added: 1/18/2023

Rocket Unit in Sixth Grade Science

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Did you know that an object won't change its motion unless acted upon by a force? Or that heavier objects need a larger force to move them? Also, that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction?

Under the leadership of teacher Kameron Kaiser, Bridgehampton School sixth graders now know these three Newton’s laws of motion and they have built their own rockets to show how the laws affect a real-life object. Great job!

Date Added: 1/12/2023

Let’s Work Together: Bridgehampton Student Council Elections

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With compelling speeches to their peers, Bridgehampton School fifth graders Indya Cherry, Naomi Flores, Madelyn Hagerman, Daniela Herrera and Josue Rodriguez set the tone for a year of leadership, action and success as they hope for votes from their peers.
 
After the votes were counted, the election results showed Indya as the president and Madelyn as vice president.

“I am very proud of our candidates who ran for Class President,” Elementary Student Council adviser Ms. Hamra Ozsu said. “They gave a heartfelt speech expressing their ideas and promises.”

The candidates presented their campaign commercials followed by a Q & A by audience members from all grade levels to answer questions and promote discussion. In the end, all of the elementary students had an opportunity to vote.

“Students at Bridge learn a monumental lesson on the power of their voice, and the ability to make a difference by the value of our election process,” Ms. Ozsu added.

Date Added: 12/6/2022

Mega Recess Winners!

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Congratulations fifth graders for your awesome efforts. You are Bridgehampton School’s Golden Frisbee award recipients!

Date Added: 12/6/2022

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