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Showcasing Science Smarts
02/08/2018
Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders demonstrated their knowledge of science at the school’s annual science fair on Feb. 1. During the event, the students shared their scientific research with classmates, parents, teachers and administrators. Featured projects explored a variety of topics, including magnetism, electricity and the Northern Lights. “The students’ presentations were very impressive and are an example of the excellence in our school,” said Matthew Malone, principal of Sag Harbor Elementary School. Photo caption: Siblings Lucas Iulo and Jackie Iulo presented their joint science fair project, “How to Find Galaxies,” at Sag Harbor Elementary School’s science fair on Feb. 1.
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Pierson Middle/High School Students Accept Rachel's Challenge
01/26/2018
Inspiring Pierson Middle/High School students to promote positive change within their schools and community, presenters from Rachel's Challenge spoke with students during two assemblies on Jan. 16. Through the powerful and positive presentations, students learned the history of Rachel Joy Scott, the first person killed in the tragic Columbine High School shooting in 1999. They gained insight into the impact she made through acts of kindness and the legacy she left behind. The assembly culminated with presenter DeeDee Cooper challenging students to show compassion and start a chain reaction of kindness. The presentation also included a Friends of Rachel team training in which select students were trained as kindness ambassadors for their school. Additionally, parents and the community were invited to attend an evening presentation with Cooper to learn more about the program.
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Sag Harbor Elementary School Students Love New York
01/26/2018
Throughout the month of January, fourth-graders in Libby Lattanzio's class at Sag Harbor Elementary School studied their home state in preparation for a special Jan. 18 morning program. During the "New York from A-Z" presentation, the fourth-graders educated their peers about the Empire State, sharing facts they researched and memorized about its geography, history and symbols. Inspired by the book "E is for Empire: A New York Alphabet" by Ann Burg, the project served to hone students' presentation skills and enrich the fourth-grade curriculum related to nonfiction literature and New York State.
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