Aubrey Peterson, an East Hampton Middle School eighth grader, outside the Union League Club in Manhattan on Monday morning
After making their own pinwheels during classes this week using paper and green drinking straws, students held them high on Friday to celebrate International Peace Day at the school's ninth "Pinwheels for Peace" event.
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Holding their handmade pinwheels, hundreds of students at the John M. Marshall Elementary School formed a giant peace sign on the field outside the school.
In her remarks, Beth Doyle, the school principal, related world peace to the concept of the "Golden Rule," the idea that people should treat others the way they themselves would like to be treated.
Students sang songs about peace they learned during class as part of their celebration of International Peace Day on Friday morning.
Gregory Butler, the John M. Marshall music teacher, led students in song on Friday.
White Sands Motel after Hurricane Sandy
David E. Rattray
In one of a series of meetings in Montauk last week, planners consulting with the town on a hamlet study focusing on commercial properties gathered to study maps and come up with priorities for the future of the hamlet’s downtown and dock areas.
Community members packed the robotics lab during a tour of the Bridgehampton School last week, as Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz, the robotics teacher, left, explained that the basement classroom is difficult to work in, lacks a true emergency exit, and is not handicapped-accessible.
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Mike Miller, Bridgehampton's athletic director, said during the tour the old lockers in the locker rooms — many rusting and broken — just won't cut it anymore for gym classes and sports teams.
The wear-and-tear on the safety station is evident in the school's sole science lab, in which students take classes in all four high school disciplines, earth science, biology, chemistry, and physics.
Greystone Development has a new plan for 11 condominiums on only one of the properties the real estate firm owns in Sag Harbor Village. Other properties could be used for a village park.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects