Education


Just two minutes to ask questions, to be answered only by the superintendent, who was not there
The Amagansett School Durell Godfrey



Buses lined up at the East Hampton School District's depot on Route 114, which the district leases. David E. Rattray



After a friend’s death in Haiti earthquake, a commitment to helping endures
Stephanie Crispinelli’s mission continues thanks to the efforts of her family and friends like Sarina Peddy of East Hampton, who flew to Jamaica in April to build the seventh Steph’s Place school on the island. Photos Courtesy of Sarina Peddy
Sarina Peddy and volunteers working on the 1,300-square-foot school, which took four days to construct.
Ready for the start of school: Steph’s Place 7 in Galina, a remote region of Jamaica. Plans for Steph’s Place 8 are already underway.

Troubles at home, at scbool, and with language, but now their futures await
Despite winning roughly $30,000 in local scholarships, Francesca Denaro still needs to work all summer before she heads to Marist College, where she will study finance. Judy D’Mello
Cristina Paucar, a Bridgehampton graduate, will attend the Fashion Institute of Technology this fall. Judy D’Mello