Bridgehampton School News, March 28


Bridgehampton School


he PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) Team announced its ROCKS Rewards winners for the March “Cooperation” theme. Fourth-Grader Suzanna Rodriguez received the Top Bee Award and café voucher, seventh-grader Montserrat Udave received the lunch on the town reward, and Mrs. Neubauer’s and Ms. Rivera’s class enjoyed MEGA Recess.

Bridgehampton student athletes earned awards for their participation and excellence in winter sports as follows: Jason Hopson, All League/All Conference/All County/Player of the Year League 8; Robert Rewinski, All League 400 Freestyle Relay; Joshua Lamison, All League; Tylik Furman, All League; and Anajae Lamb, All Academic. The seventh and eighth grade boys’ basketball team placed first in their league for Sportsmanship.

Bridgehampton School is hosting its first Variety Show on Thursday, April 11, and Friday, April 12, for grades 9 to 12 directed by music teacher Lindsay Sanchez. The show is a non-book musical called “Broadway in Concert,” a musical review consisting of select songs from Broadway shows. Student participants in the musical will be eligible to receive nominations for the TEENY AWARDS through the East End Arts Council (EEAC) and Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) who send representatives to attend productions and reward excellence in high school theatre.

Relay for Life of the South Fork, scheduled for Friday, May 31, at the Bridgehampton School is looking for representative teams including schools, businesses, and municipal agencies to join the event which celebrates survivors of cancer and those who have been lost to the disease. Sponsors for the event are also needed. For information, please log on to the Bridgehampton School website at or committee chairperson Caryn Lockard at

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