Education

As East Hampton Town begins to undertake various water quality improvement projects that have been recommended as part of a comprehensive wastewater management plan, the impact of waste from the Springs School, just a stone’s throw from both Pussy’s Pond and Accabonac Harbor, is being examined.
A new contract for the Springs School's superintendent makes his position full time and extends his tenure with the district through July 2018.
On the heels of the a discussion of youth mental health, a walk for suicide prevention awareness will be held in Montauk on Sunday.
Addition? New gym on town land? How about that $3 million for repairs?
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on.
The Ross School’s seventh-grade class has spent the last few weeks becoming what just might be the South Fork’s youngest art gallery curators.
The Wainscott School’s third-grade class, about to graduate from their two-room schoolhouse, has been busy with a project that the school hopes will become a new tradition.
A new judge has been assigned to the hear the nine-year-old lawsuit brought by the district's former builder, pushing jury selection off until November.
This is part of a series that examines the changing face of East Hampton by following a diverse group of kindergartners from a single class at the John M. Marshall Elementary School through the school year and beyond.