education

Courtney Sale Ross, the founder of the Ross School, is the inaugural recipient of a Global Citizen Award from the University of California at Los Angeles, the Ross School, which has campuses in East Hampton and Bridgehampton, announced last week.
Kevin Gersh, who runs several private schools and programs for students with special needs elsewhere on the Island, won overwhelmingly positive support from more than 30 families at a meeting at the Child Development Center of the Hamptons on Feb. 10.
Free Flicks The East Hampton Library will screen “Stuart Little” today at 1 p.m. and “Sleeping Beauty” today at 4:30. Next Thursday, at 4:30 p.m., the movie will be “Milo and Otis.” Kids can also catch a film...
East Hampton’s budget workshop on Tuesday was the first of the 2016-17 process. The administration has not yet released a complete draft of next year’s budget nor announced any specific dollar decisions.
A Sag Harbor resident has launched an online petition seeking support for an immediate public hearing on the possible purchase by the Sag Harbor School District of the Stella Maris Regional School.
Valentine’s Day Cheer The Amagansett Library will host Valentine’s Day activities at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, featuring crafts and stories about love, friendship, and hearts, and open to children of all ages.
While highway crews work into the night to clear the roads of snow, school administrators decided to open late Tuesday to allow crews extra time to make the roads safe.
Students are getting an unexpected four-day weekend as near-blizzard conditions are expected in the East Hampton area Monday.
All public schools in the Town of East Hampton were closed Friday due to the inclement weather on the South Fork.