Education

The last of the summer activities before school starts.
As most children’s camps are getting ready to pack up for the year, Camp SoulGrow in Montauk is busy preparing its fall and winter schedule.
At a special meeting Tuesday evening, the East Hampton School Board solicited applause from those in attendance when it unanimously agreed to buy a site for a bus depot on Springs-Fireplace Road from East Hampton Town for $2.3 million, pending voter approval.
Concerns that the Springs School might reach opening day without a usable septic system were put to rest at a Springs School Board work session on Monday. Debra Winter, the school superintendent, announced that the 12 leaching pools recently...
School's out, and there's no end of things to keep young people busy -- puppet shows for the youngest, theater camps, concerts, computer coding, dance parties, art workshops, magic shows, nature walks. With all that, no kid should ever have to say, "I'm bored."
According to the Springs School’s website, excavation of the school’s septic system continues, and progress — as far as locating leaching pools — has been made. Debra Winter, the school’s superintendent, writes that all work will be completed by the end of August.
As advertisers are reminding us, it’s time to go shopping for back-to-school supplies. Yet, for many people across the country, financial constraints make such shopping sprees impossible.
School's out, and there's no end of things to keep young people busy -- puppet shows for the youngest, theater camps, concerts, computer coding, dance parties, art workshops, magic shows, nature walks. With all that, no kid should ever have to say, "I'm bored."
The East Hampton School Board has received a contract of sale from East Hampton Town for the potential purchase, for about $2 million, of property on Springs-Fireplace Road where a school bus depot would be constructed.
On Tuesday, Laser Industries, an excavation and clearing company brought on board by the Springs School District’s architect, BBS Architects and Engineers, began excavating leaching pools near the back of the school to determine the state of its beleaguered septic system.
School's out, and there's no end of things to keep young people busy -- puppet shows for the youngest, theater camps, concerts, computer coding, dance parties, art workshops, magic shows, nature walks. With all that, no kid should ever have to say, "I'm bored."
The Springs School Board has decided to tear up the asphalt covering a play area in order to assess a septic system problem.
Community frustration in Springs seems to have risen to an even higher level than that of the nitrogen in its neighboring waterbodies, following the Springs School Board’s announcement Monday night that it will continue to delay decision regarding a short-term fix of the school’s septic issues.