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Dino dig
05/26/2017
Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners continued their study of dinosaurs on May 24 by digging for dinosaur fossils at Havens Beach. The students, who have been engaged in a variety of interdisciplinary, dinosaur-related activities over the past several weeks, dug up “dinosaur skeletons” using brushes and special excavation tools. The students also created a plaster fossil using shells and other beach treasures that they collected and built three-feet high volcanoes that were erupted with a magic solution.
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Paleontologists in the making
05/12/2017
Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners in Kate Montaldo’s class have been learning about dinosaurs as part of an interdisciplinary unit. The students have been studying the prehistoric creatures by reading books, creating habitat jars, digging for and learning about fossils and gaining an understanding of volcanoes.
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Great East End Clean Up
04/26/2017
On Earth Day on April 22nd, students from Pierson High School participated in the Great East End Clean Up and make a difference in their community by picking up over 300 pounds of trash they collected on both sides of the Sag Harbor-North Haven Bridge. The bridge was dedicated in memory of Jordan Haerter, a Pierson Alumni who was killed while serving in Iraq and April 22 was the anniversary of this tragedy. This beach clean up was organized by the Pierson Interact Club, which is a community service club created by Cristina Stivala, a sophomore at Pierson High School. With the help of Vice President Eleanor Byrne and advisor Mrs. Sue Denis and other club members, the group was able to complete this community service project which will hopefully have a positive lasting impact on our local ecosystems and environment.
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