education

    New York State testing dominated the discussion when the Montauk School Board met on Sept. 10 and again on Sept. 24. Although Montauk’s seventh and eighth-grade students had high scores in the English and math tests given in...
    Stephanie Whiston, an underwater photographer who conquered her fear of sharks by swimming with and photographing them all over the world, has established the Marine Education Foundation and now has an exhibit on view for...
Bang the Drum     Kids ages 2 to 10 will have a chance to hear a variety of musical instruments and then try their hands at playing them during a music fair at the Children’s Museum of the East End on Saturday. The free fair...
    Tuesday night’s meeting of the East Hampton School Board was business as usual, as board members listened to a presentation related to state test scores, updated audience members concerning the district’s recent...
Theater Workshops     Stages will offer a fall performance workshop for 8 to 18-year-olds in preparation for a late-October production of “Frankenstein Follies” at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. Workshop rehearsals...
   Springs School, which has been without an assistant principal since last May, announced at a school board meeting on Monday night that it had hired Cleopatra Panagiosoulis, who will assume the post soon.     Ms....
    Though the school year is not yet underway, the administrative chaos that plagued Springs School toward the end of last year continues.     At a special meeting on Tuesday night, the Springs School Board...
    Music classes for kids 15 months to 6 years old will begin next week at the Ellen Johansen Music Studio in East Hampton Village.
    In an otherwise routine meeting of the East Hampton School Board Tuesday, at which loose ends were tied up in anticipation of Monday’s start of the 2013-2014 academic year, it was learned that the district’s ongoing...