Amagansett School News, October 30


Amagansett School

Sixth-graders went on a field trip to Chatfield’s Hole, an OWLS (Outdoors While Learning Science) trip was in conjunction with students from East Hampton Middle School and Group for the East End. Students investigated various science topics, including the properties of water and wetland soil.

Fifth-graders participated in Crime Lab, a program offered by the Long Island Science Center, in which students, grouped into teams, investigate a crime scene using the techniques of fingerprinting, chromatography and other clues. The goal was to solve the crime of the missing Madagascar hissing roaches.

Students in prekindergarten, kindergarten and third grade visited Amber Waves farm.

All students traveled to the Amagansett Firehouse to participate in Fire Prevention week. Students learned ways to escape from their home in the event of a fire, as well as how to properly place a smoke detector in the home and to check them often. The children were taught to test emergency exits and to make sure that windows open easily. The classes were taught that a meeting place should be arranged for their family in the event of a fire or emergency.

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