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Athletic Director Recognized

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The Westhampton Beach School District is pleased to announce that Kathleen Masterson, the district’s director of health, physical education and athletics, has been recognized by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association as a Certified Master Athletic Administrator.

To earn the distinction, Masterson demonstrated, according to NIAAA, “exemplary knowledge, contributions and ongoing professional development in the field of interscholastic athletic administration.” The voluntary certification process included a thorough evaluation of Masterson’s background, experience, courses taken, professional contributions and practical presentation project.

“I am very proud of this accomplishment,” said Masterson. “The certification took a great deal of hard work, but it was totally worth it.”

We Are Autism Aware

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Westhampton Beach Elementary School students took part in daily activities as part of an Autism Awareness Spirit Week that kicked off April 12.

Along with wearing blue to show their support, students read books and watched videos to learn more about autism, worked together to create a blue paper chain, guessed how many puzzle pieces were in a jar, and made classroom signs supporting autism awareness. They also participated in spirit days by wearing crazy socks, their favorite jerseys and tie-dyed apparel to school.

Summer Program Information

Due to the uncertainty and lack of guidance regarding required Covid-19 protocols, the district will not be offering our Summer Recreation/Swim Program this summer (2021). The district will be offering opportunities for academic support/intervention to our students in all grades during the summer. More information will be provided in the near future as the format/structure of these programs are finalized. Additionally, information has been posted on the district website regarding half-day Universal Pre-Kindergarten opportunities for 2021-22.

Regarding required Covid-19 protocols, the district will not be offering our Summer Recreation/Swim Program this summer (2021). The district will be offering opportunities for academic support/intervention to our students in all grades during the summer. More information will be provided in the near future as the format/structure of these programs are finalized. Additionally, information has been posted on the district website regarding half-day Universal Pre-Kindergarten opportunities for 2021-22. Thank you.

Leading in Volleyball

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The Westhampton Beach School District extends its congratulations to junior Daniel Haber who has been named as one of the top 25 boys volleyball players on Long Island by Newsday. Haber earned the honor for recording 125 kills, 20 aces and 20 blocks in 2019. He also played a large role in leading his team to earn its first county title and Long Island Championship.

Best in Soccer

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The Westhampton Beach School District extends its congratulations to junior Andre Insalaco who has been named as one of the top 100 boys soccer players on Long Island by Newsday. Insalaco earned the honor for scoring eight goals in the Hurricanes’ first four games during last year’s season.