Our Lady Of The Hamptons School, December 5


Our Lady of the Hamptons

Eighth-grader Maria Lucatorto of Hampton Bays was the top speller and will represent OLH in the Long Island Spelling Bee. Maria defeated Mary Ann Ryan and Julia Fritsch, two fifth-graders who represented their class to place second and third, respectively.

Danielle Almansa and the sixth grade students spent a day studying the working of the federal court system in Islip. The class was instructed by Judge Joseph Bianco in the full day social studies program.

“A Candlelight Carol,” an original musical, will be presented at the school on Sunday, December 15, at 2 p.m. and Monday, December 16, at 7 p.m. at the school. The entire school will offer this gift to the community. Admission is free.

Construction will begin once again at Our Lady of the Hamptons, leading toward the completion of the four new classrooms adjacent to the new Wellness Center-Gymnasium, thanks to the generosity of several community and parish members. Anyone interested in making a memorial gift to the Building Fund in any amount may call 283-9140 or visit www.olh.org where a full video of the construction project is available.

Plans are being made for the expansion of the upper middle-school program at Our Lady of the Hamptons School that will be housed in the new classroom wing. High school prep study skills and expanded foreign language and fine arts will be offered along with Regents programs in math and biology. Enrollment information is available at the school.

The annual Bucks for Books drawing will be held on December 16, with the big winner claiming the $15,000 jackpot. All proceeds from the raffle will be used to supplement operating costs for the school. Tickets are available at the school, 283-9140.

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