education

The high school edition of “The Hunting Ground,” a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses, will be screened at the East Hampton Library on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in a program for students 15 and older, their families, and educators.
Jen Wilson was watching “60 Minutes” at home in East Hampton last fall and heard high school students on the show say they were not aware of all the details of the Sept. 11, 2001, World Trade Center attacks, either because they were too young at the time or had not yet been born.
Eighth graders from the Montauk School accomplished something that many East Enders could not: They met Representative Lee Zeldin in person.
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Fourth graders at the Montauk School are working with some success to convince businesses to switch from plastic straws to paper ones.
It was mostly good news for a standing-room-only crowd at the Springs School Board of Education meeting Monday evening.
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Most schools on the South Fork will have a delayed opening Wednesday morning due to the icy road conditions expected for the morning commute.
Susan Kinsella, charged with violating the Suffolk County Social Host Law by knowingly allowing a group of Pierson High School students to drink alcohol at a birthday party at her house on Jan. 27, denied the accusation during her arraignment Friday.
Only some students are getting a snow day on Friday, despite a winter storm warning in effect for the East End until 4 p.m.
Members of an ad hoc committee of East Hampton residents opposed to the East Hampton School Board’s proposal to construct a bus maintenance and refueling depot on Cedar Street were heartened this week by the board’s strong interest in an alternative site.
Beth Doyle, the John M. Marshall Elementary School principal, and Russell Morgan, the assistant principal, took part in the Shadow a Student Challenge last month, hoping that by seeing the school through students’ eyes, they might identify ways to improve the John Marshall experience.
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.