East Hampton School News, December 18


East Hampton High School

The Bonac Dance Force took third in a competition last weekend. They competed against schools such as Bethpage, Syosset, Northport, Lynbrook, Half Hollow Hills, Kings Park, Lindenhurst, and many more.

Classrooms competed to see which could collect the most gifts for the Toys for Tots program, and the AP physics class, taught by Elizabeth Forsberg, won with 77 toys, for which they will get a bagel breakfast with all the trimmings. All in all, 226 toys were collected for the organization.

Adam Fine will discuss Common Core standards at the parent-principal brown bag breakfast on December 18, in the high school library beginning at 8 a.m.

The winter concert will be that night at 7 p.m. The public is invited.

The Environmental Awareness Club is selling 27-oz. stainless steel Klean Kanteens with a loop cap (not sports top) with East Hampton Bonackers printed on them as well as the Bonacker cartoon logo. Kanteens are $20 and will benefit the Environmental Awareness Club.

East Hampton Middle School

Through BONAC on Board to Wellness a few students (brave and hearty souls) will be participating in the Middle School Jingle Bell Relay on December 18 at 7 a.m. Students will be asked to arrive dressed and ready for our chilly run. Festive outfits are encouraged. Hot chocolate and bagels await the runners upon their return.

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