Education

‘It made us feel like we were special,’ said one East Hampton fifth grader
A student in Lee Mohlere’s social studies class at John J. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton took a picture of the Plum Island lighthouse. Christine Sampson
Tom Dwyer is a geologist who works for the Plum Island Animal Disease Center. He showed children aerial photos of the East End, including Plum Island, and pointed out where the students’ message in a bottle was found. Christine SampsonChristine Sampson
David Cataletto, a teacher, and a group of students got an up-close look at the fresh water lake on Plum Island, which is home to diverse populations of wildlife.



Kendall Stedman secured a spot at the New York State Congress science fair on May 30 at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Joe Malave




"Atlantic Terrace" by Brenden Snow Brendan Snow
Brenden Snow, a senior, won first place for his photograph "Atlantic Terrace."East Hampton High School
Mia Karlin-Cappello, a junior, was awarded second place for her digital collage titled "Unknown Paradise."Representative Lee Zeldin's office
Mia Karlin-Cappello's digital collage titled "Unknown Paradise"Mia Karlin-Cappello


From left, Christina DeSanti, Demme Minskoff, Liz Pucci, and John Ryan Sr. are seeking voter support on May 19.