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Hampton Bays Science Fair Winners Announced

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Hampton Bays Elementary School students showcased their science smarts during their school’s annual science fair, held virtually from April 25-27. Participants displayed their knowledge on a range of topics, with first, second and third place awards given to the top three projects in each grade.

The school extends its congratulations to the following winners:

Kindergarten
1st – Luca Luna
2nd – Veronica Caputo
3rd – Elanor Cummings

1st Grade
1st – Kellan Dalmasse
2nd – Jessica Mendez Arriola
3rd – Emma Stiehm

2nd Grade
1st – Marley Caputo
2nd – Charlotte Cullings
3rd – Addilyn Reiner

3rd Grade
1st – Alex Sequeira

4th Grade
1st – Ben Ramsay
2nd – Cayden Spring
3rd – Lily Schultheis

Date Added: 5/19/2022

Music Festival

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The Hampton Bays School District invites the community to attend the Hampton Music Educators Association annual festival on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the Hampton Bays High School football field. The rain date is Sunday, June 5.

The all-day festival will celebrate high school and middle school student performing groups, including band, chorus, world drumming and orchestra. The school districts being represented by the performers include Amagansett, Bridgehampton, Center Moriches, East Hampton, East Moriches, East Quogue, Eastport-South Manor, Hampton Bays, Mattituck-Cutchogue, Montauk, Quogue, Remsenburg-Speonk, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Shelter Island, Southampton, Southold, Springs, Tuckahoe and Westhampton Beach.

The performance schedule is as follows:

Chorus
9-10:30 a.m.

World Drumming
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Band
2-3:30 p.m.

Orchestra
4:30-6 p.m.

Date Added: 5/18/2022

Blooming Through Multiplication

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Students in Claire Urizzo’s class at Hampton Bays Elementary School practiced and memorized multiplication problems through a creative, spring-themed project. Each student received a paper flower and a multiplication problem. They were then challenged to make an array, skip count, and show repeated addition and equal groups related to the problem on each petal of the flower. They also wrote out the commutative property of the equation in the center of the flower. Every student had a different multiplication problem and the opportunity to be creative in decorating their flower as they worked on solving their equation.

Date Added: 5/17/2022

K-Kids Step Up for Stony Brook University Hospital

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The Hampton Bays Elementary School service club K-Kids recently donated $1,100 to Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. To raise the funds, the students sold emoji keychains during their lunch periods. They also collected Lego building kits to donate. The fundraiser is just one of several that the K-Kids have participated in this year. They also raised money for breast cancer, autism awareness and the Ronald McDonald House.

Date Added: 5/12/2022

Happy Mother’s Day

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Hampton Bays Elementary School fourth grade students in Krista Savino’s class used their writing skills to carefully craft special Mother’s Day gifts. They each decorated a colorful flower and adorned it with writings about their favorite memories of their mom. Pictured from left are Eguin Puin Faraz, Alex Sandoval and Samantha Alvarado.

Date Added: 5/10/2022