With snow, ice, and freezing temperatures in the forecast, school officials are already predicting a hazardous morning commute and will again institute two-hour delays.
Just a week after a blizzard hit the South Fork, more snow fell on Monday, creating a dangerous morning commute, and causing East Hampton school officials to delay opening to students Monday morning.
Following three consecutive snow days, most schools in East Hampton plan to reopen tomorrow morning, albeit with a two-hour delay for some.
Student Art at the Parrish
School officials are on high alert as a blizzard approaches East Hampton Town.
Late last week, State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced an agreement with East Hampton and six other school districts in Suffolk and Westchester Counties intended to expand access to educational opportunities for English language...
Students Onstage An afternoon of student performances will help mark the opening of Guild Hall’s annual Student Arts Festival on Saturday. This first part of the festival, which will be on view through Feb. 22, features the work of students in...
It was a packed house in Springs on Monday night as parents, teachers, and residents sat through a two-hour meeting, during which time the board appointed John Finello, the district’s current part-time superintendent, to continue working on...
The Amagansett School Board adopted a resolution to accept the donation of the original Amagansett schoolhouse, built in 1802 by Samuel Schellinger and thought to be the oldest on eastern Long Island, at its meeting on Tuesday.