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A zoo-tastic performance
06/11/2018
Wearing brightly colored costumes, Sag Harbor Elementary School kindergartners entertained an audience of family and friends with an original performance of “Going to the Zoo” on June 1. The delightful show, which the students had practiced during the course of several weeks, featured a menagerie of singing, dancing and acting zookeepers, giraffes, zebras, leopards, gorillas, monkeys, penguins and peacocks.
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Sag students raise autism awareness
04/27/2018
Two Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-graders are doing their part to help raise awareness about autism through a basketball pay-to-play fundraiser they launched in April. Ethen Bechard and Will Schmidt are working together to raise money for the Flying Point Foundation for Autism by hosting student basketball tournaments in their school’s gymnasium during recess. To participate, students can donate $1 or more to partake in the three-on-three games. The students launched the fundraiser after working closely with their school principal, Matt Malone. “We wanted to do something to give back,” said Bechard. Photo caption: From left, Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-graders Ethen Bechard and Will Schmidt are working to raise money for the Flying Point Foundation for Autism through a basketball fundraiser.
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A vow to protect the earth
04/27/2018
To celebrate Earth Day, Sag Harbor Elementary School first-graders in Dayna Disunno’s class participated in an engaging lesson on reducing their carbon footprint and made promises to be kind to the planet. As part of the lesson, the students pledged to take part in activities that will keep the earth clean and healthy, including picking up garbage, not wasting water and planting more trees. They continued the lesson with a planting project in which they planted flower seeds in ice cream cones. Once their flowers start to grow, they will take them home to care for them. Photo caption: As part of an Earth Day lesson, Sag Harbor Elementary School students vowed to do their best to protect the planet.
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