Gurney's Inn
October 30, 2013

School Days

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Tuckahoe School

Tuckahoe School participated in "National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day" sponsored by the School Nutrition Association on October 16. It was a huge success with over 60 parents joining their kids a lunchtime.

During last week's Bully Free Spirit Week, Tuckahoe's Student Council asked the whole school to sign a beautiful Bully Awareness & Prevention Banner made by our art teacher, Miss Barbara Imperiale. On Friday the banner was hung outside on the school ground's fence facing Magee Street to represent Tuckahoe students' support of a bully-free school.

Pottery Night this year is November 8, 2013. Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on November 21 and Friday, November 22; students will have early dismissal these two days at 11:23 AM. The PTO Thanksgiving Feast this year is going to be held on November 26, 2013.

East Hampton High School

The senior class is selling a variety of pies, cakes, and desserts from Gurney's Bakery beginning this week to raise money for Senior Banquet. All will be ready for pickup on November 26, just in time for Thanksgiving. Seniors will be handing out order forms, and they will be available in the High School main office.

The first in a series of fundraisers for the choral group Camerata to travel to Italy – where they will perform at the Vatican among other locales -- will be held at Bostwick's Chowder House in East Hampton, on Monday. The public is invited for hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, and an auction to help defray the costs of the trip. The event begins at 6 PM, and admission is $20.

On the subject of music, Maggie Pizzo is in Nashville this week, playing the flute in the All-National Honor Band, featuring the top performing high school musicians in the country. Marilyn Van Scoyoc, Maggie's instructor, has traveled to the event as well.

Julia Tyson, Emily Matz, Georgia Bennett, Matthew Napolillo, and Josh LeClerc have all been accepted into All-County Chorus, with Josh and Georgia accepted into All-State. Congratulations to all involved.

East Hampton Middle School

It's time again for the annual Costumes for a Cause, a charitable event where the staff and students can make a donation to a specific cause and wear their Halloween costumes to show their support. The minimum donation is $1, and is optional, but the money collected this year will be donated to assist local families during the holidays.

There's a new environmental club opportunity in the Middle School – the Surfrider Club – which offers students in grades 6 through 8 an opportunity to participate in beach clean-ups and other activities geared toward knowledge about pollution and our local environs.

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