Southampton School News, May 7

0
4

Southampton High School

On Thursday, April 23, students in Jill Capalbo’s sports marketing classes and student athletes visited CitiField to tour the stadium, learn first-hand about sports marketing in the real world, participate in a college fair, and watch as the NY Mets took on the Atlanta Braves and continued their winning streak with their 11th consecutive win this season. A few of the students were even seen on the television broadcast of the game.

Megan Goleski has been named the April Lions Girl of the Month. She serves as secretary of the National Honor Society, the Class of 2015, and the Best Buddies Club and as the vice president of the Key Club. A member of the high honor roll, Student Council, Varsity Club, Outing Club, Girls Learn International, math team, Spanish Honor Society, and the varsity tennis and track teams, Megan enjoys swimming and reading in her spare time. She gives back to the community by raking leaves, making food baskets during the holidays and by being the Experience Leader for the Southampton Relay for Life. Her future plans include attending the College of Charleston in the fall to pursue a degree in business. Megan is the daughter of Eugene and Lynn Goleski.

Lena Cambron has been named the April Rotary Student of the Month. A member of the National French Foreign Language Honor Society, the Relay for Life committee, and the VOSH/MOSH choral group, she has also served as treasurer of the Key Club. In her spare time, Lena loves traveling and helping others in the community, especially giving aid to people with special needs. Her future plans include attending Quinnipiac University to pursue a biochemistry degree in order to eventually work for the FBI. Lena is the daughter of Gabriel and Jany Cambron.

Southampton Intermediate School

Eighth graders Riplee Mercer and Anthony De Los Santos have been named the school’s 2015 Physical Education Leadership Award winners. This Suffolk Zone Award honors students who have displayed outstanding leadership, fitness, citizenship and excellence in their physical education courses. Riplee and Anthony will join other honorees from across the county at an awards ceremony held at Longwood High School on Wednesday, May 6.

Southampton Elementary School

Fourth graders took a trip back in time at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration on Thursday, April 30. Students enjoyed exploring the village’s buildings including the General Store, the tinsmith’s shop, the schoolhouse, and the Noon Inn.

Facebook Comments