Education

    The Montauk School Board had its first peek Tuesday at the 2013-14 district budget, an $18.6 million spending plan that reflects an increase of $106,594 and remains under the New York State-imposed 2-percent cap on tax levy...
Frogs and Friends     Food and frogs — no, not at the same time — are on the agenda at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton this weekend. On Saturday at 11 a.m., kids 2 and older can make their own...
Building a Portfolio     Linda Capello, accompanied by Dorene Quinn, a professor at the State University at Oswego and Pratt Institute, and Yvonne Buchanan, an illustrator and professor at Syracuse University’s College of...
    The East End Arts School in Riverhead has been chosen to take part in the Royal Conservatory Music Development Program as a “founding school candidate and assessment center,” according to a release from the not-for-...
    Exposing her thoughts through the lyrics of the songs she writes is a “terrifying and beautiful” thing to do, said Sara Hartman, a 17-year old Pierson High School senior, who has just released her first extended-play...
    On Tuesday night, the East Hampton School Board convened the third of five budget workshops planned for the 2013-14 academic year.     According to preliminary figures, while the high school’s budget is...
    For those dreaming of a quick jaunt to the tropics, look no further than East Hampton High School’s auditorium, where “South Pacific” will be staged this weekend. The Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein musical...
    The Children’s Learning Cooperative of Long Island will host an information night on Tuesday for prospective parents of preschool and elementary-age schoolchildren. The cooperative is part of the Whole Child Foundation, a...
Big Kids at the Goat     Older children who think they’ve grown out of the Saturday shows at the Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre may want to return this week, when Brad Shur, the puppeteer-in-residence at the Puppet Showplace...