Scattered to different schools, different hobbies
Alonso Garcia, left, moved to Springs for first grade and plays soccer six days a week; Ephraim Munoz remained at the John M. Marshall Elementary School and has lost four teeth since graduating from kindergarten a year ago. Morgan McGivern Photos

Supporters want to see the original Seversky analysis, not redacted version

Susan Gentile Hackett, Project Most’s director of development, said the organization is grateful and excited to be able to use the gallery space next to Mary’s Marvelous on Newtown Lane this summer. Christine Sampson

Jerry Ross is a retired NASA astronaut who will be a presenter at the Higher Orbits "Go for Launch!" program in July at LTV Studios. Photo courtesy Higher Orbits

Giving a tech-savvy generation the building blocks for tomorrow’s jobs
Kembly Berrocal, right, a teaching assistant at the Wainscott School, helped a young student with a coding activity during a technology lesson. Christine Sampson photos
Amahya Yannacone Vargas, an East Hampton High School student, worked on an engineering project using metal components in a class taught by Trevor Gregory.
Paige Francis and Lila Osborn, two Wainscott School students, showed off Lego robotics creations they made.