Archive | March, 2009

Tourneys at SYS

Posted on 25 March 2009

This weekend Southampton Youth Services is hosting a series of sporting events for all ages in its facility on Majors Path. On Friday, SYS is holding its seventh annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament for boys and girls in grades six through twelve. Registration closes at 7:30 p.m. sharp and competition runs through 11 p.m. There are [...]

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Good Sports, Good Students

Posted on 25 March 2009

On Monday, Pierson Athletic Director Bill Madsen announced that 10 Pierson High School teams had earned team sportsmanship awards from Section XI of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association during the fall and winter seasons. Madsen described the selection process saying, “In all sports, players and coaches rate their opponents’ sportsmanship at [...]

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Supervisor Explains $5 Million Discrepancy in ’05-’06 Fund

Posted on 24 March 2009

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League of Women Voters Sways, Recruits Pierson Student Voters

Posted on 20 March 2009

  In an attempt to get seniors at Pierson High School registered to vote, the League of Women Voters (LWV) visited the school on Tuesday with an exercise to demonstrate the importance of the voting process. The demonstration mirrored many recent elections, with differing opinions as far right — and left — as it gets. [...]

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Sagaponack Budget comes in just over $500,000

Posted on 20 March 2009

On Monday, at their regular board meeting, the Sagaponack board of trustees were given their first look at Mayor Don Louchheim’s tentative budget. The spending plan is expected to be just over half-a-million dollars and residents may be seeing a slight reduction in their property taxes if the tentative budget is adopted. Louchheim gave his [...]

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Hayground School March 19, 2009

Posted on 20 March 2009

Hayground’s oldest students completed their winter apprenticeships last Thursday. Some students remained on campus and apprenticed with a range of talented chefs from the East End community. The culinary arts program was designed by executive chef, Joe Realmuto of Nick and Toni’s. Chefs like Bryan Futerman of Foody’s, Molly Harding of Nick and Toni’s, Miche [...]

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Ross School March 19, 2009

Posted on 20 March 2009

Ross Upper School The seventh grade class performed three separate productions of an abridged version of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in the Senior Lecture Hall on March 9. The performance was a culmination of their Rome Unit, integrating English, Cultural History and Performing Arts. Even the Café prepared a menu of Ancient Rome, complete with lentil [...]

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Bridgehampton School March 19, 2009

Posted on 20 March 2009

March Students of the Month were awarded to Akayda Grizzle, Caleigh Hochstedler, Robert Hernandez, Faith Disilvia-Johnson, and Matthew Hostetter. Ms. Wolfe’s Earth Science class will participate in a national weather contest, starting March 23. Five members of the class, Gabe Bonilla, Olivia Garrett, Shawntise Stephens, Bryzeida Perez, and Angelica Uribe will forecast the weather every [...]

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Sag Harbor Elementary March 19, 2009

Posted on 20 March 2009

At Morning Program the guest on “I Love This Town,” hosted by kindergarten teacher Nina Landi and teaching assistant Paula Krzyzewski, was Emma Walton Hamilton, author, freelance editor, arts educator and theater professional. Ms. Walton Hamilton talked about the importance of reading, no matter what genre. Her latest book is “Raising Bookworms: Getting Kids Reading [...]

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Stella Maris March 19, 2009

Posted on 20 March 2009

Pat Sliwienski and Diane Lester’s preschool class at Stella Maris in East Hampton recently traveled back in time to the prehistoric era to learn about dinosaurs. The preschool paleontologists learned about dinosaur bones, dinosaur eggs, and fossils. The children created original dinosaurs, participated in a dinosaur dig, and observed the eruption of a model volcano [...]

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