Sag Harbor Community Notes, January 16


Sag Harbor Elementary School

The school has accepted the Recycling Challenge made by two Pierson International Baccalaureate (IB) students. From now until the mid-winter recess, plastic bottles, bags and wrappers will be deposited in bins and collected by those students. Money collected from refundable bottles will be returned to the school.

School nurse Margaret Pulkingham presented an engaging and informative video at Morning Program about hand washing and coughing. Fifth-graders Ryan Brown, Emily Brownstein, Gaylin Davey and Sara Schoen demonstrated several ways to perform these activities and the audience had to select the proper one.

All students are participating in safety workshops as a part of the Yello Dyno Child Abuse Prevention program, presented by school counselor Michelle Grant. Through a fun and interactive presentation, the Yello Dyno project helps children protect themselves in unsafe situations.

There will be no school on Monday, January 20, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.

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