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Engaging Performance

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Bridgehampton School elementary students had an opportunity to view a performance of JLINE, an interactive showcase of high energy dance choreography, that drives a message of hard work, respect and taking responsibility for one’s own actions as part of their engaging and entertaining program.

“They definitely instilled a message of how we all should treat one another,” Principal Mike Miller said.

Legislative Lessons

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Five Bridgehampton High School students attended Student Day at the Legislature recently. Jaden Campbell, Olivia Cassone, Julian Cheng, Madeline Grabb and Elijah White met with a panel of legislators and participated in a mock debate, where they served as both legislators and concerned community members. They were accompanied by guidance counselor Danielle Doscher.

“This hands-on experience allowed our students the opportunity to experience the process of local government officials as they work to pass legislation that impacts all Suffolk County residents,” Bridgehampton School Principal Mike Miller said.

A Positive Social Culture

A Positive Social Culture
The Bridgehampton School District’s proactive approach in helping students achieve social, emotional and academic success is due in large part to our Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports program and the efforts of our instructional support team and Dignity Act coordinator Jessica Rodgers. We applaud their efforts as we continue to address the behavioral supports and positive social culture going forward.

Read more about our successes here:

https://districtadministration.com/bullying-prevention-programs-7-districts/

https://districtadministration.com/pbis-school-district-bullying-programs

Athletes Recognized for Successful Season

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The Bridgehampton School District thanks the Town of Southampton and Supervisor Mr. Jay Schneiderman for acknowledging our cheerleaders and basketball team on a great season.

Congratulations to our students for their exceptional teamwork and making our school community proud.

Boys varsity basketball players, coached by Mr. Ron White: Anthony Cabrera, Jahqur Carr, Jonathan DeGroot, Nathaniel Depasquale, JP Harding, Miguel Maradiaga, Nick Saunders, David Simmons, William Walker, Naejon Ward and Elijah White.

Girls varsity cheerleading, coached by Ms. Jen Maldonado: Melanie Braia, Jaden Campbell, Nava Campbell, Jaeda Gant, Jalisa Hopson, Alanah Johnson, Kimberly Rojas and Melissa Villa.

Run, Hide, Fight: How To Respond To An Active Shooter Training

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EHVOR Water Safety & Hands-Only CPR

June 1st- East Hampton Library

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Athlete of the Week

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Congratulations to sophomore Julian Pesce for being named Bridgehampton’s Athlete of the Week. Julian plays junior varsity tennis, as part of a combined team at East Hampton High School. Julian has been the team’s No. 1 player all season. After eight matches as No. 1, his record is 5-3. A very strong player, Julian faces an opposing team’s best player at each match, where he has demonstrated great skills and a fighting spirit. On one of these matches he courageously came back from five points behind.

Julian consistently shows great leadership and exceptional social skills, always extending a friendly hand to his teammates. His friendly nature makes every teammate around him feel relaxed, at ease, and ready to practice or face an opponent. He is certainly is a most necessary and positive influence within the team.

Bridgehampton’s Got Talent!

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Dance groups, solo artists, poets, bands, poets, magicians, comedians, and other artistic acts were on stage for the 6th annual Hamptons Got Talent competition, held recently at Hampton Bays High School. Bridgehampton’s very own Jaeda Gant and Akasha Gant received the People’s Choice Award for singing a duet of “All I Want” by Kodaline. Congratulations ladies! Thank you also to our staff members for attending to cheer the students on: special education teacher Ms. Laura Keenan, math teacher Mr. Christopher Jackimowicz and sixth-grade attendant Ms. Cheryl Nordt.

Alzheimer's Disease Conversation- Bridgehampton Child Care Center

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College Athletics “Recruiting” Presentation For Parents & Students

May 1st
6:30 pm @ Southampton HS.

Southampton, Pierson and Bridgehampton Families All Welcome

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Good Luck!

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Health and Wellness

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Second-grade students in Jenna Pluta’s Health and Wellness class put their taste buds to the test when they sampled different vegetables. Two favorites: snap peas and mushroom jerky!

Culinary Club Creations

Culinary Club Creations
Sixth-grade Culinary Club members continue to serve up some tasty, nutritious meals – this time creating delicious Spring pea pesto with fettuccini.

Meet the Class of 2019 Top Two Students!

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Bridgehampton High School is proud to announce that seniors James Fairchild and Autumn Coffey have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2019.

James has an impressive high school résumé, which includes taking numerous honors and Advanced Placement courses. He is also a sportsman and has participated in varsity tennis, varsity swimming and junior varsity basketball. A member of the high school’s robotics team and Future Farmers of America, James was also a recipient of the DAR Good Citizens Award and the President’s’ Education Award in recognition of outstanding academic excellence.
His community involvement includes teaching coding to fourth- and fifth-grade students and working closely with South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center, guiding underclassmen in designing and constructing an educational aquaponics system.

He cites his accomplishments – including his time spent on the robotics team where he designed with a team of peers and mentors – as additional lessons in communication and leadership.

“It feels that all of the work and time committed to my education has truly empowered me to study and to achieve anything I wish,” James said.

James’ research paper addressing food insecurities in Liberia was published by the New York Youth Institute and critiqued and complimented by multiple international experts at the Global Youth Institute. James was also named a Borlaug Scholar by Cornell University, and he is a potential candidate for a Borlaugh-Ruan International Internship. He would like to study computer science, business or architecture in the future.

“Take advantage of every opportunity that is presented to you, and trust that the dots will connect,” James said, sharing words of wisdom with his fellow classmates.

Autumn is excited and proud of her honor as salutatorian of the Class of 2019. Her accomplishments include taking numerous challenging Advanced Placement, honors and college-level courses and being named to the school’s high honor roll. She is also a member of the school’s robotics team and was honored as an Academic All-County student for basketball. She is involved locally in the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center. Her post-high school plans include majoring in nursing and possibly studying abroad.

Asked about her recognition as salutatorian, Autumn said, “I am happy to have achieved something so amazing. I am happy that all of my hard work has paid off.”

Commending both students on their exceptional achievements, Principal Michael Miller said, “James and Autumn are both wonderful students who represent the well-rounded educational experiences at Bridgehampton High School. Their commitment to academics will certainly drive their future successes.”

Meet our Top Two Class of 2019 Students

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Bridgehampton High School is proud to announce that seniors James Fairchild and Autumn Coffey have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2019.

James has an impressive high school résumé, which includes taking numerous honors and Advanced Placement courses. He is also a sportsman and has participated in varsity tennis, varsity swimming and junior varsity basketball. A member of the high school’s robotics team and Future Farmers of America, James was also a recipient of the DAR Good Citizens Award and the President’s’ Education Award in recognition of outstanding academic excellence.

His community involvement includes teaching coding to fourth- and fifth-grade students and working closely with South Fork Natural History Museum guiding underclassmen in designing and constructing an educational aquaponics system.

He cites his accomplishments – including his time spent on the robotics team where he designed with a team of peers and mentors – as additional lessons in communication and leadership.

“It feels that all of the work and time committed to my education has truly empowered me to study and to achieve anything I wish,” James said.

James was also named a Borlaugh Scholar by Cornell University and had a research paper that addressed food insecurities in Liberia published by the New York Youth Institute as well and critiqued and complemented by multiple international experts at the Global Youth Institute. He is a potential candidate for a Borlaugh-Ruan International internship and would like to study computer science, business or architecture in the future.

Words of wisdom that James wants to share with his fellow classmates are to “take advantage of every opportunity that is presented to you and trust that the dots will connect.”

Autumn is excited and proud of her honor as salutatorian of the Class of 2019. Her accomplishments include taking numerous challenging Advanced Placement, honors and college-level courses and being named to the school’s high honor roll. She is also a member of the school’s robotics team and was honored as an Academic All-County student for basketball. She is involved locally in the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center. Her post high school plans include majoring in nursing and possibly taking part in a study abroad program.

Asked about her recognition as salutatorian, Autumn said “I am happy to have achieved something so amazing. I am happy that all of my hard work has paid off.”

Commending both students on their exceptional achievements, Principal Michael Miller said “James and Autumn are both wonderful students who represent the well-rounded educational experiences at Bridgehampton High School. Their commitment to academics will certainly drive their future successes.”

Kindergarten Screening

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Dancing Classrooms

Bridgehampton welcomes Dancing Classrooms to the 4th-8th grade! We are excited for this new experience for our students.

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In Control with Robotics

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Good luck to our robotics team as they compete in two FIRST robotics regional competitions. Along with coaches Ms. Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz and Mr. Ken Giosi and mentors Ms. Julie Burmeister and Mr. Jonathan Fletcher, they have put in many hours working diligently to complete their robot. This year’s theme is Destination: Deep Space. The first competition for Bridgehampton’s Team Supreme, aka Team 5659, takes place at Hofstra University, March 27-30. They will then move on to the second regional competition in Quebec City, Canada, April 2-7.

Our Partner in Learning

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Kindergarten students learn about community helpers with a visit from Southampton Police officer Eugene LaFurno who read the children’s book “Hooray for Police Officers.” The book’s engaging format encourages young readers to build nonfiction reading skills and critical thinking skills in addition to understanding the important role of police officers in the local community.

Bee Mine

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Seventh- and eighth-grade students in the school’s culinary club created and enjoyed some no bake “Bee Mine” cookies to celebrate the cold winter days!

Bucket Fillers

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Bridgehampton School guidance counselor Ryan Barker visited first-graders in Jenna Pluta’s Health and Wellness classes to help students craft personal buckets so they can learn how to be “bucket fillers.” To help the District’s youngest students understand that words and actions can make a difference, they are learning the concept of “bucket filling” and “bucket dipping” behaviors based on Carol McCloud’s “Have You Filled a Bucket Today,” “Fill a Bucket: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Young Children.”

Thank You

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Thank you Charles Lemonides and Lucy Weber for your hospitality in hosting our recent special guest speaker Milton Creagh. Your generosity and commitment to our school is another motivating factor in sharing with our students how our local community comes together for one another.

We are the Champions!

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Congratulations!

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Valedictorian James Fairchild and Salutatorian Autumn Coffey are honored by (from left) Assistant Principal Mr. Michael Cox, Principal Mr. Michael Miller, Director of Guidance Ms. Danielle Doscher and Superintendent of Schools Mr. Robert Hauser. Stay tuned for more on our two top students!

High Honor Roll Students

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Great job on this achievement. Keep up the great work!

Jaden Campbell, Nava Campbell, Olivia Cassone, Julian Cheng, Miles Clark, Autumn Coffey, Gylia Dryden, Ayanna El, James Fairchild, Dylan Fitzgerald, Madeline Grabb, Laura Hagerman, Caleigh Hochstedler, Jalisa Hopson, Liam Huberty, Alanah Johnson, Hugo Kapon, Sarah Kapon, Zoe Lucas, Avery McCleland, Makenzie Miller, Luna Paucar, Julian Pesce, Sheily Ruiz Soto, Monasia Street, Maximus Tiska, Kimberly Villa, Kristopher Vinski, Scott Vinski and Elijah White.

Honor Roll Students

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Congratulations for your hard work and commitment to your education!

Melanie Braia, Jaden Campbell, Nava Campbell, Autumn Coffey, Jonathan DeGroot, Nathaniel Depasquale, Gylia Dryden, Dylan Fitzgerald, Jaeda Gant, Chase Gudelauski, Jalisa Hopson, Alanah Johnson, Hugo Kapon, Aidan Ozsu, Kimberly Rojas, Monasia Street, Kimberly Villa, Melissa Villa, Kristopher Vinski, Scott Vinski and Elijah White.

Great Job Scholar-Athletes!

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Melanie Braia, Jaden Campbell, Nava Campbell, Autumn Coffey, Jonathan DeGroot, Nathaniel Depasquale, Gylia Dryden, Dylan Fitzgerald, Jaeda Gant, Chase Gudelauski, Jalisa Hopson, Alanah Johnson, Hugo Kapon, Aidan Ozsu, Kimberly Rojas, Monasia Street, Kimberly Villa, Melissa Villa, Kristopher Vinski, Scott Vinski and Elijah White.

Perfect Attendance Awards

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Bridgehampton High School students who were recognized as having perfect attendance are Anthony Cabrera, Olivia Cassone, Jose Dorado, Ayanna El, Yaritza Huacon, Hugo Kapon, Sarah Kapon, Maydelin Ruiz Soto, Monasia Street, Marques Thomas, Max Tiska, Justin Urgiles and Kim Villa. Congratulations on your commitment to excellence!

Three Cheers for our Cheer Team!

Three Cheers for our Cheer Team!
The Bridgehampton School is pleased to recognize the many students who work hard to achieve excellence in their school work and commitment to athletics. Congratulations to cheer team members Melanie Braia, Jaden Campbell, Nava Campbell, Jaeda Gant, Jalisa Hopson, Alanah Johnson, Kimberly Rojas and Melissa Villa for their hard work!

Grateful for our Community Connections

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The Bridgehampton School community continues to develop deep connections with the Southampton Town Police Department. The events and visits are not only opportunities for students to learn about careers in the police force but how a community functions with the services and assistance of local law enforcement.

The district commends the services of police officer Eugene LaFurno through the School Resource Officer program and Lt. Susan Ralph for her motivating contributions to the students.

“When he is not on patrol, Officer LaFurno is a welcome fixture in our school district,” Principal Michael Miller said. “He has read to our students, assisted with ensuring a student did not drop out of school and helped students and parents with crises at home. Lt. Ralph has introduced our students to the Law Enforcement Career Exploring Program, which offers leadership skills, lessons in law enforcement protocols, and opportunities to participate in various community-related activities. We are grateful to both of them for being role models for our students.”

Officer LaFurno also organized guest speaker Milton Creagh for three separate presentations for the elementary school, middle and high school. A renowned author, motivational speaker and television personality, Mr. Creagh’s message to the students were powerful, inspiring words of encouragement as to how to balance school work with other life demands.

Music In The Morning Program-Bridgehampton Library

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Community Library

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Information on library hours, contents, computer system features, the inter-library loan system and how to obtain a library card.

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Non-Resident Student Enrollment

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This link provides an overview of the district’s non-resident student enrollment program, including tuition rates and applications. 

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Parent Guide to Common Core

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This is a series of materials, websites and guides aimed at helping parents navigate the Common Core Standards.

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