Southampton School News, December 17


Southampton Elementary School

On Friday, December 4, the school hosted a Native American Night complete with native crafts, dances, and stories in the school’s gymnasium and hallways.

Southampton High School

On Friday, December 4, the brass quartet performed at the annual lighting of the windmill at the Stony Brook Southampton campus. The ensemble consists of seniors Joey Bailey, Victor Esposito, Michael Cenzoprano, and teacher Michael Lariccio. They performed holiday tunes during the opening reception in Chancellors Hall and inside the Windmill. Prior to their performance at the lighting, the quartet performed for residents at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing.

On Friday, December 4, students from Amy Page’s science research and methodology classes attended a daylong orientation at the Brookhaven National Laboratory. The students are participating in Partners in Science, a joint project of the Brookhaven National Laboratory and Eastern Suffolk BOCES School Library System. Students were accompanied by their teacher, Ms. Page, and their school librarian, Paula Liss, who coordinates the students’ participation in this project each year. Students, after attending a one-day orientation, have full research and borrowing privileges at the Brookhaven National Laboratory for a period of six months. Partners in Science is now in its 24th year. Students from Southampton High School have participated continuously since the program’s inception.

Senior Billy Cook participated in the New York All-State Mixed Choir performance the weekend of December 4. The performance was held at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre in Rochester during the New York State Music Conference. Billy performed as one of 70 basses that were selected from across New York State.

Senior Timothy Motyka is interning at 101.7 The Beach radio station this year.

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