School News: Cultivating Young Arborists, Pie Anyone?

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Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth-graders learned many interesting aspects about trees. Pictured from left: Will Schmitz, Aniela Bedini and Eva Torian. Photo courtesy of the Sag Harbor School District
Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth-graders learned many interesting aspects about trees. Pictured from left: Will Schmitz, Aniela Bedini and Eva Torian. Photo courtesy of the Sag Harbor School District
Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth-graders learned many interesting aspects about trees. Pictured from left: Will Schmitz, Aniela Bedini and Eva Torian. Photo courtesy of the Sag Harbor School District

Cultivating Young Arborists in Sag Harbor

In learning about the important role that trees play in the environment and community, Sag Harbor Elementary School fourth-graders in Jeff Reed’s class have been writing a book about trees.

Once complete, the book will include information about 22 species of trees within the community. In drafting the book, students researched and compiled information on each tree, including its economic use, Latin name, medicinal uses, and geographic and identification information.

Pie Anyone?

Charlie Freij’s Apprenticeship Group at The Hayground School in Bridgehampton are taking pie orders for Thanksgiving. You can choose either classic apple or pumpkin. Each pie costs $25 and will be baked fresh in Jeff’s Kitchen.

Congratulations to the inventors from Julie Fanelli-Denny’s Class. They have been asked to serve as Ambassadors at the 2017 Invent It Challenge! Nico Pontecorvo and Leslie Samuel for the Gripper Glove, Kodiak Tarrant-Papasodora and Felicia Franklin for the Seaweed Bag and Eve Achuthan-Kozar and Rive Weiner for Cat Armor were awarded the honor.

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