Stella Maris


The students in Eugene Arlotta’s seventh- and eighth-grade social studies class have been studying immigration in the early 1900’s. They are learning about Ellis Island and the process that the immigrants went through to enter this country.

The Stella Maris Fashion Show and Luncheon was held on Sunday at the Most Holy Trinity Parish Hall. Eighth-graders Elizabeth Field, Lyndsey Hayes, Sarah Hurley, Addie Herrlin, and Casey Zaharek modeled the clothes. The seventh- and eighth-grade students served food, sold raffle tickets, and distributed prizes.

The annual Science Fair will be held today in the school gymnasium. All students in grades three through eight are required to participate. Participation is optional for those in kindergarten through second grade. The students may choose a topic of their choice to report on. Written and oral reports will be given along with demonstrations and experiments.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2008-2009 school year—nursery and prekindergarten—in both Sag Harbor and East Hampton (at Most Holy Trinity), in addition to kindergarten through eighth grade. Call the school at 725-2525 to schedule an appointment and arrange to pick up a registration packet.

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