Bridgehampton UFSD

Weekly Newsletter

February 12, 2018-

February 17, 2018

Learn Well..........Stay Safe……….Graduate……….Participate

Translations are available upon request by calling the school- 631-998-1300

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Bridgehampton Events And Activities

Weekly Bulletin- Feb 12th -18th.docx

The Bridgehampton School District Is Asking Every Parent To Take The Below Survey

The Purpose Of The Survey Is To Allow Our Great District To Improve And To Continue Our Middle States Accreditation

Parent Survey English:

Parent Survey Spanish:









Attention All Parents Of Children Who Will Be Three Years Old, By December 1, 2018. Our District Is Trying To Prepare Numbers For The 2018-2019 Pre-School 3 Program. If You Have A Child Or Know Someone Interested In Participating, Please Call The School And Speak To Christine Harrison At 631-998-1310.

pre school 1.docx

In The Spring, The Bridgehampton Hall Of Fame Committee Will Be Selecting The Second Class of The Bridgehampton Hall Of Fame Members- Please Nominate A Person You Feel Should Be Selected

Hall of Fame-Induction Criteria.docx
Hall of Fame-Nomination Form.docx

Bridgehampton Middle School East End

Growth Careers Day

Wednesday- March 14th-8AM-Noon

Bridgehampton Gymnasium

Please view the documents below if you are interested in presenting or attending.


We are planning a 50th reunion for the Class of 1968 at the Class of 2018 Graduation in June! If you graduated from Bridgehampton High School in 1968 or know someone who did, please get in touch!

Please contact the Guidance Department

Email: or Call: 631-998-1325


Cheer Competition At Connetquot High School

Thank You Cheerleaders For Taking Bridgehampton To The Next Level

We Will Miss Our Seniors Jade Maldonado, Elena Giosi, Patricia Figueroa, and Autumn Street

Thank You To All The Cheerleading Fans For The Shootouts Prior To The Competition.

Our Last Competition Of The 2017-2018 School Year

Thank You For The Memories

Strengthening Club Conversations In this video, two fifth-grade students support one another in a club conversation to argue, "Why should Mexico have declared independence from Spain?" and "Why should Mexico have stayed under Spanish rule?"

You will notice:

Students are focused on each side of the argument, presenting evidence related to one side at a time.

Students support one another's contributions.

Students provide specific, text-based evidence.

Students include interpretations based on textual evidence to make the conversation richer and deeper.

Free Workshop For Parents, Teachers And Professionals In The Areas Of Special Education, Technology In Pre-School, and Mental Health


PEP Rally- Thank You Student Government For Putting This Together

Thank You To All The Volunteers

Thank You To Our Senior Cheerleader's And Parents For All Your Support And Hard Work Over The Years.

Kindergarten-Second Grade Parents

Please Attend Our Parent Workshop

Feb 15.docx

Our Elementary Students Ice Skating At Buckskill

Thank You Mr. Meyers and Mr. DeGroot

Celebrating First Grade's 100th Day of School

Please Read Below

1st Grade.docx

STEM Challenge at the Fun Club! Students are in the process of building and rebuilding a free standing tower using index cards. They will have to work together and revise constantly. Their initial thinking will be challenged as they see their efforts collapse (literally) and then go back to the drawing board. Their frustrations can turn to happiness as the tiniest adjustments make the tower work!

Parrish 2018 Student Exhibition Invitation


Sag Harbor Little League Registration Form

An exciting change for this year is that All-Pro Baseball Academy will be running our preseason clinics. These will be held on the following Sundays: February 4th, February 11th, March 4th and March 11th from 11-3:30pm in the Pierson Gymnasium. (more information to follow regarding individual division clinic times) Players must be registered with all proper paperwork submitted to be eligible to participate in the clinics.

Registration Rules and Guidelines:

Baseball Divisions:

T-Ball - boys and girls born between Jan. 01, 2012- December 31, 2013

Coach Pitch - boys and girls born between Jan. 01, 2010 - December 31, 2011

Minors (formally AAA) – boys and girls born between Jan. 01 2008 – December 31, 2009

Majors – boys and girls born between May 01, 2005 - December 31, 2007

Softball Divisions:

Coach Pitch – girls born between Jan. 01, 2009 – Dec. 31, 2011

Minors – girls born between Jan. 01, 2006 – Dec. 31, 2008

Registration cost: Tball, Coach Pitch, and all Softball is $60 per player

Minors and Majors Baseball is $100 per player

(a $20 sibling discount will be applied to the total registration fee per family)

If you have any questions with registration please contact Beth Gregor at

little leage.docx

Seasonal Flu Guide For Parents


Public Service Announcement

NYS Child Safety Car Seat Laws

Child Car Seat Laws2.docx

February Lunch Menu


Southampton Youth Bureau Activities

Extra Help Schedule-NEW.docx

Teacher Extra Help Times- Please Utilize This Extended Time To Meet With Your Teacher

Community Service Worksheet-New.docx

Mandatory 40 Hours of Community Service To Graduate

Bridghampton Clubs.docx

Student Clubs

Please Get Involved

If You Would Like More Information About Your Child's Curriculum, Rules, and Expectations in Each Class

Please View the Teacher Pages Below


Middle & High School-

What Should My Child Be Doing To Prepare For College?

College Planning Guide To The College Preparatory Process

My Child Would Like To Participate In College Athletics-What Should My Child Be Doing?

Have You Considered Applying For A Scholarship?

Please View The Scholarships Offered

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