Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

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Students at Westhampton Beach Elementary School have been celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month through a wide variety of engaging activities that were organized by the school’s equity committee.

Each day during the month, students are sharing Spanish phrases and biographies of famous Latinos and Latinas over the school’s public address system and taking part in daily activities and challenges on a shared interactive digital calendar that can be accessed in their classrooms. Students have also been reading books and watching videos on the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month and the different cultures and traditions within Spanish-speaking countries. Additionally, classes are working together to research and create traditional Hispanic recipes that will be compiled into a schoolwide cookbook.

Date Added: 9/27/2022

Student Artists Earns Accolades

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Seven Westhampton Beach Elementary and Middle School students earned ribbons as part of the Westhampton Beach Historical Society summer exhibit titled, The Creative Energy of Our Community: Works of Artists and Artisans Past and Present.

The winning works were selected by two Westhampton Beach High School teachers from a pool of submissions provided by teachers at Westhampton Beach, Raynor Country Day School and Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School.

The exhibit is located at the Tuthill House Museum, 101 Mill Road, and can be viewed on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Sept. 10.

The Westhampton Beach School District extends its congratulations to the following winners:


Elementary School

First Place: Briana Mendez

Second Place: Logan Rice

Third Place: Frankie DiBiaso and Anayeli Orta Hernandez


Middle School

First Place: Leandro Esquivel-Aguilar

Second Place: Cameron Hipp

Third Place: Sophia Paladino

 

Date Added: 8/23/2022