Bridgehampton School News, January 16


Bridgehampton School

The Positive Behavior Intervention Supports team announced its kindergarten through grade five reward winners for the month of December. The following students earned a certificate for positive behavior: Alexis Davis, Gylia Dryden, Perla Cruz, Kristopher Vinski, and Denise Chiriboga. PBIS rewards also went Ms. Rivera’s fourth grade class who enjoyed MEGA recess, and Johnann Credle who received the “Top Teacher” award for participation in PBIS.

Health and physical education teacher Steve Meyers and fourth grade teacher Annette Rivera accompanied the third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders to a swimming program held at the YMCA in East Hampton. Students were assessed on their swimming levels and then broken into groups to work on skills and water safety. Students learned pool rules, boat safety and various swimming strokes.

The ASPIRE (After School Program for Inquiry, Research and Enrichment) program’s third quarter will begin on Monday, January 27. ASPIRE provides hands-on learning and opportunities for elementary school students in the first through fifth grade for enrichment in reading, writing, inquiry and investigative skills. Students who are interested in the 10-week program should submit registration forms to the main office as soon as possible.

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