Mr. Nichols patiently listened to their concerns, and commended the students for speaking up for themselves and making their voices heard. But, ultimately, he held firm on his original stance, saying he believed he had a duty to protect not only the students and staff in the district’s three buildings, but the community at large, against a virus that is still actively spreading, and has even increased its potency due to several more transmissible variants that have emerged.
The Bridgehampton School District is parting ways with Superintendent Robert Hauser, who served as the district’s business official for eight years, before being elevated to the superintendent’s position in February 2018 when the former superintendent, Dr. Lois R. Morrow Horgan retired.
A total of 100 students in the Pierson Middle School and High School were informed yesterday that they needed to quarantine for 10 days after two staff members who work in both buildings tested positive for COVID-19.
The Bridgehampton School, which currently has a total enrollment of only 211 students, has been dealing with a growing number of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.
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On Saturday, January 2, Sag Harbor Schools Superintendent Jeff Nichols announced that the district would not return for in-person classes for the next week...
Staffing concerns and positive COVID-19 test results among the student population were once again at the forefront of the conversation at Sag Harbor Board of Education meeting on Monday night.
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The decision of the Bridgehampton School District to require that all students be educated remotely until after the holiday break may prove to be a blessing in disguise that will help contractors as they rush to finish major portions of a $29.4 million expansion project.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced schools to close in the spring, Pierson Elementary School music teacher Deanna Locascio was wracking her brain trying to come up with ideas to make the new virtual world that was now her students’ reality more interesting and exciting.
As the COVID-19 positive test rates continue to soar in Suffolk County and across the country, the question of whether school districts can remain open for in-person classes could come down to the simple but crucial matter of adequate staffing.
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