Education

Following months of debate and a line-by-line dissection of next years budget, the East Hampton School Board has decided to go above the state-mandated 2 percent cap on tax levy increases
At the John M. Marshall Elementary School, egg-shaped student response systems, called ActiVote, encourage whole-class participation while helping to administer periodic assessments.
At the Y Registration for spring sessions of the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter’s swim classes for kids will start on Monday, with classes scheduled to begin the week of April 21.   Garden of Imagination
For Sara Faulkner, the origin of the Springs Mystery Art Sale came from attending an event at the Royal College of Art in London, where big-name artists created postcard-sized pieces of artwork that were sold anonymously alongside student-created...
David Douglas, East Hampton High School’s vocal director, sees next month’s trip to Italy as a potential life-changer for the more than two dozen students who sing with Camerata, the school’s mixed choral group. While in Rome,...
New at the Goat After taking a Saturday off for its annual Bambini Ball fund-raiser last weekend, puppet shows will resume this week at the Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre in Sag Harbor. A Couple of Puppets will debut a new show, “The...
Prekindergarten enrollment for children in the East Hampton School District will be held next Thursday and Friday, April 4, at the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center. To be eligible for the program, children must be 4 on or before Dec. 1....
The stresses of budget season came to the fore this week as East Hampton School Board members, facing the need to make cuts for the third year in a row, discussed a host of possibilities, including the elimination of fall cheerleading and seventh...
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