Celebrating Science

Celebrating Science Photo

District administrators, staff, students and family members recently gathered in the gymnasium of Bayport-Blue Point High School for the annual SEED-funded “Celebration of Science” event.

Throughout the night, students’ projects were showcased for the entire community, and awards were handed out based on creativity, innovative qualities and eco-friendly factors. Additionally, various clubs throughout the district, such as the James Wilson Young Middle School Robotics Club, were able to demonstrate their collaborative efforts to attendees.  

After viewing the different displays, students and their families were treated to a performance by a representative of Mad Science of Long Island, a company which prides itself in teaching students highly important scientific facts, all the while incorporating humor into their act.

The Bayport-Blue Point School District SEED foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Students Educational Enrichment and Development program established to provide supplemental educational experiences to students that enrich and build upon the traditional classroom setting.