Education

Adam Fine, the principal of East Hampton High School, and Elizabeth Reveiz, the director of East Hampton’s English as a new language program, on Tuesday proposed budgets for their respective programs that they described as fiscally responsible. The school board seemed to agree.
As the Hamptons Marathon prepares to exit Springs for Southampton Village next fall, taking with it tens in thousands of dollars of charitable contributions, Project Most, a key beneficiary since the marathon’s inception nine years ago, is looking for creative solutions to close a hefty gap in funding.
The Sag Harbor School District has announced it will hold its first public workshop pertaining to the potential purchase of the former Stella Maris Regional School on Wednesday. The workshop will follow the release of a 42-page document on Tuesday containing information and a survey to gauge taxpayers’ opinions about the possible purchase.
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Moody’s Investors Service, which evaluates municipalities, schools, businesses, and other entities on their ability to repay short-term debt, announced last week it had upgraded the Sag Harbor School District’s credit rating.
A spike in drug-related incidents at East Hampton High School this year has spurred officials to organize two forums on the dangers of drugs and addiction.
Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz has many responsibilities at the Bridgehampton School, among them teaching classes in nutrition and botany and running the school’s garden and greenhouse program.
Courtney Sale Ross, the founder of the Ross School, is the inaugural recipient of a Global Citizen Award from the University of California at Los Angeles, the Ross School, which has campuses in East Hampton and Bridgehampton, announced last week.
Kevin Gersh, who runs several private schools and programs for students with special needs elsewhere on the Island, won overwhelmingly positive support from more than 30 families at a meeting at the Child Development Center of the Hamptons on Feb. 10.