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Board of Education Meeting - Monday, November 28 at 7 pm - High School Library

Date Added: 11/28/2022

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Compassion Without Borders

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Seven Westhampton Beach High School students, Cameron Giordano, Joshua McCarthy, Cody Rogers, Kate Lynch, Luke Albert, Zoe Stokes and Sintia Gregorio, recently participated in the Compassion Without Borders student leadership conference. Sponsored by Suffolk County, the students spent time with peers from neighboring school districts discussing ways to improve their schools and communities.

Date Added: 11/28/2022

Gobble Gobble!

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For the second year in a row, the Bellport High School Clippers have won the Suffolk County Division II Championship. The varsity football team clinched the title after defeating Northport on Nov. 11 at Stony Brook University before a crowd of 3,000. The Clippers will now  take on Garden City on Nov. 25 at 4:30 p.m. at Hofstra University for the Long Island Championship.

Date Added: 11/22/2022

Middle School Students School Their Teachers

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Roles were reversed recently at Westhampton Beach Middle School — rather than students being taught by their teachers, teachers were instructed by their students through an Edcamp initiative.

The Edcamp took place during a faculty meeting, where teachers had the opportunity to attend three student presentations. A team of sixth graders taught teachers how to use a green screen, seventh graders instructed them on how to use Google stop and play, and eighth graders provided information on podcasts.

Date Added: 11/21/2022

Diabetes Awareness

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In recognition of National Diabetes Month, members of the Westhampton Beach Middle School Student Council donated $215 to the American Diabetes Association, which focuses on research, advocacy and educational programs. The students raised the donation by selling customized blue wristbands.

Date Added: 11/18/2022