Education

After a friend’s death in Haiti earthquake, a commitment to helping endures.
Three students who graduated from high school in East Hampton, Sag Harbor, and Bridgehampton this month are a study in getting ahead despite the odds.
The Cedar Street Committee, which has been fighting a potential bus depot on the East Hampton High School campus near where members live, announced this week that it had offered to help pay for the district to buy a feasible depot parcel owned by the Town of East Hampton, to the tune perhaps of $2 million.
Students who graduated from the Eleanor Whoitmore Early Childhood Center in East Hampton on Friday were the 20th class to graduate from the center.
The Ellen Johansen Music Studio in East Hampton has two new classes starting next week to introduce young children and toddlers to the joys of music.
Graduation day was an intimate affair at the Bridgehampton School, where the superintendent was able to share a personal anecdote about each of the 14 seniors in the class of 2017.
In flowing maroon caps and gowns — with gusty winds causing a few caps to be toppled — 157 graduating seniors, East Hampton High School’s class of 2017, marched across the school fields and entered a giant tent, where family...
In acknowledging the current state of the world and the political arena in which we are living, the CNN news anchor and journalist Don Lemon addressed Sag Harbor’s Pierson High School class of 2017 on Saturday about the freedom of expression.
Negotiations between the district and the East Hampton Town Board have been going on for several months, and the school’s failure to strike a deal and move away from Cedar Street has elicited mounting frustration.
A self-proclaimed Ku Klux Klan grand wizard from Hampton Bays was found distributing leaflets in East Hampton Village last week, according to police.
A Couple of Puppets will perform its version of “The Three Little Pigs” at the Amagansett Library in a program on Saturday at 3 p.m. that is best for ages 2 to 7.
From swimming to tennis to basketball, sailing, and games and crafts, the East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department has plenty on the schedule to keep kids busy this summer, most of it beginning next week.
As of Monday, the Hampton Jitney will introduce a new route: a round-trip service from local schools to Noyac’s Long Beach.