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Science Research Symposium Showcases Students’ Science Smarts

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Hampton Bays High School hosted a successful ninth annual Science Research Symposium on April 28.

During the symposium, research students, under the direction of science research teacher Dr. Stephanie Forsberg, presented their findings on a wide variety of topics, including space radiation, the West Nile virus and cell immunotherapy. Following the student presentations, attendees had an opportunity to ask questions.

The Hampton Bays School District congratulates the following symposium presenters on a job well done.


9th Grade

Yusabeth Contreras (bottlenose dolphins)

Esther Lopez Cornejo (squids)

Victoria Madison (wind energy)

Isabel Ospitale (piping plover)

Christopher Roldan (whale health identification)


10th Grade

Emily Barnes (marine acoustics)

Dylan Foley (horseshoe crab)

Emma Halsey (sea turtle cold-stunning)

Samantha Kraycar (metastasis of cancer)

Cassidy Leporati (biomedical sciences)

Minal Naeem (cardiovascular disease)

Emily Robinson (Alzheimer's disease)

Maya Sanabria (music cognition)


11th Grade

Elijah Amos (space radiation)

Katelyn Pennacchia (lupus and immunology)

Sofia Solano Cruz (cancer immunotherapy)


12th Grade

Aliyah Cuka (West Nile virus)

Zoey Engeldrum (the effects of music on mood and self-concept)

Kristina Georges (glial cell proliferation in multiple sclerosis)

Ryan Hughes (harmful algal bloom: Cochlodinium polykrikoides)

Lily Simpson-Heavey (CAR T cell immunotherapy for CLL)

Date Added: 5/3/2022

Life Skills Students Light Up The Library

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To raise autism awareness, Hampton Bays High School Life Skills students created beautiful works of art that were displayed in the Helen Gould room at the Hampton Bays Library during the month of April. Art has been shown to benefit individuals with autism and other disabilities by promoting self-esteem, building fine-motor and problem-solving skills, enhancing communication and serving as an important outlet for self-expression. 

Date Added: 4/26/2022

Hampton Bays to Host Science Research Symposium

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Hampton Bays High School will host its ninth annual Science Research Symposium on Thursday, April 28, at 6 p.m. at Hampton Bays High School, 88 Argonne Road, Hampton Bays.

During the symposium, research students, under the direction of science research teacher Dr. Stephanie Forsberg, will present their findings on a wide variety of topics, including space radiation, West Nile virus and cell immunotherapy.

Following the student presentations, attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions.

The symposium presenters and their research topics are as follows:


9th Grade

Yusabeth Contreras (bottlenose dolphins)

Esther Lopez Cornejo (squids)

Victoria Madison (wind energy)

Isabel Ospitale (piping plover)

Christopher Roldan (whale health identification)


10th Grade

Emily Barnes (marine acoustics)

Dylan Foley (horseshoe crab)

Emma Halsey (sea turtle cold-stunning)

Samantha Kraycar (metastasis of cancer)

Cassidy Leporati (biomedical sciences)

Minal Naeem (cardiovascular disease)

Emily Robinson (Alzheimer's disease)

Maya Sanabria (music cognition)


11th Grade

Elijah Amos (space radiation)

Katelyn Pennacchia (lupus and immunology)

Sofia Solano Cruz (cancer immunotherapy)


12th Grade

Aliyah Cuka (West Nile virus)

Zoey Engeldrum (the effects of music on mood and self-concept)

Kristina Georges (glial cell proliferation in multiple sclerosis)

Ryan Hughes (harmful algal bloom: Cochlodinium polykrikoides)

Lily Simpson-Heavey (CAR T cell immunotherapy for CLL)


Date Added: 4/20/2022

Success for Hampton Bays High School Athletic Teams

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The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has recognized four of Hampton Bays High School’s winter athletic teams as Scholar-Athlete Teams.

To earn the recognition, 75% of each team was required to hold a GPA above 90%.

The Hampton Bays Union Free School District extends its congratulations to the boys and girls varsity winter track teams, the girls varsity basketball team and the competitive cheer team.

Date Added: 4/15/2022

16 Inducted Into National Honor Society

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During a candle-lighting ceremony on April 7, 16 Hampton Bays High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society.

The students were selected for the honor based on achievement in the areas of scholarship, service and character.

The Hampton Bays Union Free School District congratulates the following inductees:

Elijah Amos

Isabelle Caine

Cesar Cardenas

Sophia Corredor

Carly Dunn

Zoey Engeldrum

Nicole Lupercio

Jamison Moore

Ahmad Naeem

Lillian Patek

Christian Pensa

Israel Pulla

Brianna Quiros

Sofia Solano Cruz

Liam Sutton

Haley Weissbard

Date Added: 4/14/2022

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