Sag Harbor Elementary School
Third-graders in Bethany Deyermond’s class presented “Keeping on Track with a Sag Harbor Time Line of Residents through the Centuries” at Morning Program. They highlighted the accomplishments and characteristics of Sag Harbor residents from the 1700s, 1800s and 1900s, noting that they had many of the same values we have when we are keeping on track. Dressed in garb representing the various centuries, the students portrayed figures from the Native Americans, including Wegwagonock, to Captain Kidd, Braddock Corey and John Jermain, to the whaling captains who fought in the War of 1812 to Elizabeth Hall, Sag Harbor’s first female mayor.
Upcoming dates: February 25 is pre-K orientation for parents in the Pierson Library at 6:30 p.m.; March 6 is kindergarten orientation for parents in the evening; March 12 is the fifth grade Wax Museum; March 13 and 14 is parent-teacher conferences and elementary school dismissal is at 11:15 a.m.; March 13 is the third annual Helping Hands Variety Show at 5 p.m. at Bay Street Theatre.