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Sag Harbor student wins poster contest
06/18/2018
Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-grader Greylynn Guyer was recently named the first-place winner of the annual poster contest held by the New York/Long Island chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Her poster design included research she had conducted on the Hispanic culture and will be featured on notecards that will be sold to raise money for the AATSP’s Scholarship Fund. As part of the prize, Greylynn also received a $50 check.
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A ball of a time
06/18/2018
Sag Harbor Whalers baseball players Sam Cachola (left) and Kros Bay served as mystery readers at Sag Harbor Elementary School on June 8.
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Sag Harbor students visit local food pantry
06/11/2018
Sag Harbor Elementary School second-graders learned more about the importance of giving during a walking field trip to the Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry, located in Old Whalers’ Church. As part of the service-learning outing, the students brought donations to the pantry and heard from volunteers on what they do and how food donations are distributed to those in need. Pictured are second-graders in Maryellen LeClerc’s class.
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Sag Harbor craft fair raises money for St. Jude
06/11/2018
Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-graders recently raised $470 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through a craft fair held during their recess. To raise the money, JoAnn Kelly’s class gathered materials from their classroom and homes to make a variety of items to sell at the fair. They created bookmarks, paperweights, origami animals, wallets, pine cone pineapples and inspirational signs. The items were sold for $1 apiece. The project, which is just one example of students engaging in the school’s theme, “Sag Harbor Sparkles: Kindness Counts,” also provided a valuable lesson in planning, promotion, advertising and marketing.
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