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A Dreamy Lesson

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To coincide with a unit of study on cultures around the world, third graders at Westhampton Beach Elementary School read the realistic fiction story “The Dream Catcher” to learn about the Ojibwe Native Americans. Inspired by the tale, they created their own dream catchers using paper plates, string and crayons.

Westhampton Beach Students Raise Funds for Their School

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Westhampton Beach Elementary School students raised $14,000 for their school through their fifth annual Hurricane Fun Run held recently.

As part of the PTA-sponsored event, students obtained pledges to run laps at their school. All of the funds raised will go directly toward new outdoor learning spaces and yoga mats at the elementary school.

Free Student Meals

The USDA is extending free meals for all students regardless of eligibility until December 31, 2020 or until federal funds last. Beginning Monday, September 21st, breakfast and lunch will be available free of charge to all our students. Students learning remotely, can pick up meals at the back of the Westhampton Beach High School from 3:30pm - 6:30pm daily. Also due to Covid concerns we will no longer be accepting cash for ala carte transactions for items like snacks and extra beverages. Funds can be added to your child's account by going to myschoolbucks.com or sending in a check payable to WHB Food Service. Thank you for your support as we navigate these changing times.

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