December 4, 2017-
December 10, 2017
Learn Well..........Stay Safe……….Graduate……….Participate
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Bridgehampton Events and Activities
Parent Informational Night In Spanish- We Are One Community
Thank You Parents For Taking A Proactive Approach With Your Child's Education
Thank You Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Maione, Mrs. Reilly, Mrs. Parker, Mr. Hauser, Mrs. Ozsu, Ms. Kotz, Mrs. Waller, Mrs. Garcia, and Mr. Kaiser. Special Thanks To Our Students, Michelle Lopez and Estefany Bonilla For Your Help And Putting This Together.
New York City Field Trip To Broadway "School Of Rock"
Thank You To Our Chaperones And Mr. Elliott and Ms. Sanchez For Making This Happen
Bridgehampton Yearbook Club's Movie Night
Friday, December 8th
Mr. Meyer's 8th Grade Social Studies Class Working On Their Imperialism Project Last Week
Students Presenting Their Projects This Week
Secondary PBIS Event
In Stations, Students Reviewed The Positive Behaviors They Are Expected To Follow On The Bus, Hallway, Cafeteria, During Recess, In The Bathroom, And When They Arrive To School.
In Groups Students Created Posters For The District That Will Be Judged By The Elementary School. The Winners Will Receive A Pizza Party or Mega Recess.
Thank you Mr. Pluta, Mr. Jackimowicz, Mr. Aiello, Mr. Neubauer, Mrs. Pluta, Mr. Giosi,
5th Grade Students are investigating the essential question, "What is the real cost of bananas?" Through inquiry-based learning. This unit focuses on the social, economic, and environmental issues related to the Latin American banana industry. As pictured, students are logging into Google Classroom for the first time to access the assignments and resources, but, more importantly, to present findings and participate in discussions with peers. Today's investigation generated a total of 66 student comments!
Students make great teachers! Neo Simmons teaches the class how to compare decimals to the thousandths place.
First graders practicing "greater than" and "less than" with a game of War.
First Grade Parents- Please Consider Joining Us To Make Gingerbread Houses On December 15th.
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Congratulations To The Jr. High Boys Basketball Team On Their Victory
Opening Night Of Winter Sports At Bridgehampton
Bridgehampton On-Site College Admission Week
Holiday Happenings and Fundraising
Would You Like To Design The
Front Cover Of The 2017-2018 Yearbook
Junior High and Varsity Basketball Game Schedule
Please Come And Support Our Student Athletes
Teacher Extra Help Times- Please Utilize This Extended Time To Meet With Your Teacher
Pathway To Success
Mandatory 40 Hours of Community Service To Graduate
Please Get Involved
Bridgehampton PTO Holiday Book Fair
Feria Navideña de Libros Scholastic de BHS PTO
Saturday, December 9th to Friday December 15th
Thank You For All the Community Members Who Supported The Senior Class’s
Holiday Pop Up Event
Thank You Bridgehampton Seniors, Mr. Holmes, and Mrs. Rodgers For Setting This Up
An opioid overdose prevention class will be offered for individuals seeking training in the administration of intranasal naloxone on Wednesday, December 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Child Care Center.
The training seminar meets State Department of Health requirements and enables participants to recognize an opioid overdose and administer intranasal naloxone. Individuals who complete the class will receive a certificate and an emergency resuscitation kit that includes nasal naloxone.
To register, contact Paul Brady with the office of Legislator Bridget Fleming at 631-852-8400 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.