Sag Harbor Elementary SchoolThe members of our Drama Club, an after-school enrichment program, performed “The Show,” an original play by student Ryan Brown at Morning Program under the direction of teacher Nancy Remkus. “The Show” was a talk show with a variety of funny and entertaining guests.
Maryellen LeClerc’s and Iaiella Anca’s second grade class kicked off “Reading Rocks in the Rock Garden” at Morning Program by giving instructions on decorating a rock that will be placed in our rock garden next to the greenhouse. They showed pictures of rocks they had already decorated so we can watch the book list grow.
Art teacher Meg Mandell showed an iMovie at Morning Program of the photographs that this year’s fifth-graders took last year with photographer Clarence Sheppard.
The students in Meg Mandell’s art classes participated in the 2013 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Federal Junior Duck Contest. Sag Harbor Elementary School artists and learned the importance of conservation and protecting the environment by submitting a drawing of North American waterfowl. The purpose of the contest is to help create awareness of environmental and conservation issues. Thirteen students in kindergarten through fifth grade received an Honorable Mention distinction: Liam Brosnan, Leo Butler, Maddie Daly, Coleman Dee, Ava DiLorenzo, Connor Geldmacher, Willamina Goodale, Austin Hansen, Marrina Jacka, Daniel Martinez, Troy Remkus, Lila Swezey and Hannah Waksman. Third-grader Jordan Reed won second place in New York State and third-grader Noelle Caulfield won third place in New York State.