The Bridgehampton School has removed a drinking fountain in the boys locker room and replaced faucets in four science laboratory sinks after water tests over the summer came back with lead content results higher than state-allowed limits, according to a report released last week.
The Bridgehampton School administration has planned a second com munity forum to discuss its proposed expansion plans with residents. Scheduled for Saturday at 9 a.m. at the school, the forum will include a tour of the building and a discussion of the district’s safety and educational needs.
A social worker here is launching a support group for teens ages 14 to 18 who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender.
Voters in the Sag Harbor School District will return to the polls on Dec. 14 to decide the fate of the district’s plan to build an artificial turf athletic field behind Pierson Middle and High School in 2017.
The water fountain in the Amagansett School’s gymnasium tested above New York State’s action level for lead last month, as did the faucets of six sinks, according to a letter from the district addressed to parents, guardians, community members, and staff.
East Hampton High School students aced some new Regents exams and made gains on others taken at the end of the 2015-16 school year, according to data released this month by the school district. Students did fall behind or stay level in a few Regents subjects, however, while separate Advanced Placement test results were lower than national averages.
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 Sag Harbor School Board is still eyeing a Dec. 14 date for a vote on using money from the district’s capital reserve fund to supplement what officials say is needed for an artificial turf field at Pierson Middle and High School, but it postponed actually setting the date during Tuesday’s meeting after new possibilities emerged.
Fifth graders at the John M. Marshall Elementary School will soon become some of the South Fork’s youngest filmmakers when the school launches its first film club, inspired by the Hamptons International Film Festival’s screening there earlier this year.