Bridgehampton School News, May 9


Bridgehampton School
Positive Behavior Intervention team member Jessica Rodgers, along with art teacher Robin Gianis, school psychologist Lauren Sebor and award-winning author and artist Joyce Raimondo worked with middle school students on an Anti-Bullying Arts in Education program on Monday, April 29. The interactive lesson focused on how to replace “bullying” behavior with positive expression through art. The students created original posters based on the core values of responsibility, organization, cooperation, kindness and, readiness to learn. The posters will be used as models for an inspirational wall mural painted by Ms. Raimondo in the school café.

The results of Mr. Meyer’s eighth-grade health class’s three-week-long Stepping into Spring Challenge are finalized. First, second, and third place respectively are Mrs. Stephanian and Cecelia Calieca with a total of 599,329 steps, Mrs. Bagshaw and Tyler Stephens with 527,009 steps, and Ms. Sanchez and Madeleine Koral with 477,160 steps.

The school’s greenhouse will be the location for East End Food Revolution Day sponsored by Slow Food East End and the Edible School Garden Group on Friday, May 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will feature cooking demonstrations by local chefs and music provided by the Bridgehampton School marimba band.

The Spring Concert for grades seven through 12 will be held on Thursday, May 9, at 7 p.m.

A budget hearing meeting and a Board of Education Meet the Candidates Night will be held on Tuesday, May 14, at 6 p.m.

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