Southampton School News, November 28


Southampton High School

The first Mariners Patriot Day was held at the high school on Tuesday, November 19, with dinner and entertainment for more than 65 local veterans and active military members. The band and orchestra performed and junior Jacqueline Minogue shared her vocal talents as the guests enjoyed a dinner generously provided by Ted’s Market, Clamman, Mosolino’s Deli Counter, the Westerhoff family, Citarella’s, Catena’s Market, La Parmigiana, and Cromer’s Country Market.

Students and staff raised more than $900 for The Retreat, a local shelter for victims of domestic violence, playing in the Varsity Club’s 10th annual volleyball tournament after school on Tuesday, November 19. Fourteen teams competed in bracket-style play ending with an exciting and close final game between Team Cake and the ultimate championship team, Victorious Secret.

Southampton Intermediate School

The school will present “High School Musical” at 7 p.m. on December 5 and 6 in the cafetorium.

Southampton Elementary School

The Student Council visited Human Resources of the Hamptons before school on Friday, November 22, to deliver the boxes of food collected by the Student Council food drive. The students worked to stock the shelves of the local food pantry with the variety of canned goods and non-perishable foods before getting a tour from Human Resources Director MaryAnn Tupper. The students learned how the organization helps to provide not only food and clothing, but also helps Santa deliver toys to local children.

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