Sag Harbor Elementary School News, February 13


Sag Harbor Elementary School

All four second grade classes performed at Morning Program singing a song in Spanish, “Los Meses del Ano,” about the months of the year, under the direction of their Spanish teacher, Sra. Shannon Marr.

While it was not decided who would win the Super Bowl (Broncos by 100 points), the school did an excellent job of collecting cans of soup in the sixth annual “SOUP”er Bowl on Friday, January 31, at Morning Program. The Sag Harbor food pantry got 427 cans of soup as a result.

Music teacher David Fox talked about groundhogs at Morning Program as a tie-in to Ground Hog Day, explaining that we should expect six more weeks of cold weather because the groundhog did see his shadow on February 2. He gave other information about groundhogs including the fact that they are also called whistle pigs, and then for fun, led the students in a speed singing rendition of “How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck?”

School will be closed for mid-winter recess from February 17 to 21.

Upcoming dates: February 25—Pre-K orientation for new parents in the Pierson Library at 6:30 p.m.; March 6—Kindergarten orientation for new parents in the evening; March 12—Fifth grade Wax Museum; March 13 and 14—Parent-teacher conferences, elementary school dismissal at 11:15 a.m.; March 13—third annual Helping Hands Variety Show, 5 p.m. at Bay Street Theatre; March 14 (Pi Day)—Math Night, 5:30 to 7 p.m.; March 21—Multicultural Festival, 6 to 9 p.m. in the Pierson gymnasium.

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