education

This ongoing series examines the changing face of East Hampton through a diverse group of students, getting to know their families and their interests — and documenting how they grow and change over time
Last week’s Amagansett School Board meeting took a contentious turn when it came time for public comment, after a resident alleged that the school district had improperly denied a Freedom of Information Law request.
South Fork teenagers with a passion for science — and outer space, in particular — will have a chance this summer to take it to a higher level.
What was expected to be a routine eighth-grade science fair at the Montauk School ended with a third-place finish for Samantha Prince in a New York State Science Congress competition earlier this month thanks to a partnership with Concerned Citizens of Montauk.
Some people give to charities that support environmental conservation or the welfare of animals.
State lawmakers have passed a bill that would give the Sag Harbor School District flexibility when it comes to what to do next about a proposed synthetic turf field at Pierson Middle and High School.
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
Long gone are the days of school computer labs featuring boxy machines with monochrome green type and simplistic dot-matrix printers.
The Anna Mirabai Lytton Foundation for Arts and Wellness was started just a week after Anna was struck by a car in East Hampton Village while riding her bicycle to a summer job.