Bridgehampton is the only local school not to have undertaken major capital improvements since it was built.
A crowd of more than 30 people gathered for the forum in the Pierson library on Thursday.
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Aura Winarick, president of the Pierson Middle and High School P.T.S.A., opened the meeting with remarks about the role of the PTA and P.T.S.A. as advocates for children.
Katy Graves, the Sag Harbor superintendent, left, and Jennifer Buscemi, the business administrator, presented the facts about the turf field vote to be held on Dec. 14.
Pamela Harwood, the chairwoman of the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee, opened the forum to the Bridgehampton School administration.
Taylor K. Vecsey
John J. Finello, left, will stay on as Springs School superintendent for the time being, as a school board search for a permanent replacement goes on.