Bridgehampton School News, March 6

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Ms. Merkert’s first-grade class celebrated the 100th day of school with special activities including dressing up to look 100 years old and enjoying a “Hundreds Counting Party” in which students counted 10 of each of their favorite snacks on a hundreds chart and then enjoyed tasting the total of them. The first graders also wrote stories about what they would be like at 100 years of age.

Bridgehampton students who played a sport and also made the Honor Roll with an average of 90 or better earning the title of Scholar-Athlete for the second quarter marking period were Max Cheng, Autumn Coffey, Nia Dawson, Tatyana Dawson, Claudia Figueroa, Elizabeth Hochstedler, Jennah Hochstedler, Hayley Lund, Jada Pinckney, Autumn Street, and Laura Uribe. Scholar-Athletes earning an 85 or better were Robert Isaiah Aqui, Aziza Brunson, Cecilia Calieca, Jonathon DeGroot, Nathaniel Depasquale, Matthew Hostetter, Rachel Hoyt, Anajae Lamb and Tyler Stevens.

Samuel Colbert, community educator from the Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth Organization (LIGALY) recently visited Mr. Meyers’ health classes to talk about stereotypes, bullying, and other issues facing teens today. Mr. Colbert also shared information about the new Hamptons GLBT Center located at the Old Whalers’ Church in Sag Harbor, which provides resources, arts and cultural programs, and a safe space for support and community for both teens and adults.

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