The East Hampton Star's annual All Star Awards were held last night at East Hampton Point, honoring students from across the South Fork. East Hampton High School's five All Stars are, from left, Alexandra Perez, Grace Amaden, Jacqueline Espinoza, Dylan Schleider, and Lily McGintee, pictured with one of the assistant principals, Timothy Fromm. Chelsea Audibert Photos
Ben Bonaventura, front left, the assistant head of the Ross Upper School, and Kyle Helke, the junior class adviser, celebrated with four Ross School juniors who were named East Hampton Star All Stars.
Alexandra Perez, left, a junior at East Hampton High School, with her parents at the annual East Hampton Star All Star Awards dinner
Honorees with their parents
Margaret Motto, center, a guidance counselor at Pierson High School, introduced Lily Kot, left, by reading a long list of Lily's accomplishments.
Margaret Mott, left, a guidance counselor at Pierson High School, with Pierson's All Star honorees, Lily Kot, Alex Kamper, and Ana Sherwood, along with Michael Guinan, the high school assistant principal
The four honorees from the Ross School are, from left, Mark Liu, Sherry Gao, Lucia Robinson, and Sam Grossman, who are pictured with Kyle Helke, the junior class adviser.
Lois Favre, the Bridgehampton School superintendent, with the school's two East Hampton Star All Star award recipients, Max Cheng and Nia Dawson, along with Danielle Doscher, the school's guidance counselor

David Douglas, left, and Marilyn Van Scoyoc
David Douglas, left, the East Hampton High School choral director, and Marilyn Van Scoyoc, the band director, are retiring from East Hampton High School after careers spanning 20 years and 26 years, respectively. Christine Sampson

The Bridgehampton School has formally signed leases with the Babinksi family and with the Hampton Classic to begin farming two small plots of land and operate a small farm stand just east of the school on Montauk Highway. Christine Sampson

Dancehampton's award-winning competition team will be among the groups performing at the studio's annual recital on Friday and Saturday. Kelly Hren

Anna Francesca Schiavoni, left, won a Teeny Award for her role as Little Red in this year's production of the musical “Into the Woods” at Pierson High School. Pierson High School