Twenty-eight students enrolled in Bayport-Blue Point High School’s Peer Education Program met with their friends in the Amityville High School Warrior Awareness Club in mid-November for some fun and friendly activities.
The purpose of the Cultural Diversity event is to build new friendships and create bonds between students from different school districts. During the 2018-19 academic school year, both clubs will meet twice a year in order to continue to forge strong relationships and engage in positive team-building activities.
After a complimentary breakfast, the students took part in a series of icebreaker activities to enable the groups to finding similar interests. Each Bayport-Blue Point student was then paired up with an Amityville student and they attended classes together throughout the day before coming together again for a pizza lunch. Bayport-Blue Point High School will host Amityville High School in the spring for the second part of this biennial event.
Photo courtesy of the Bayport-Blue Point School District