Nearly all school districts on the South Fork performed well above average on the New York State Education Department’s annual school report cards for 2011-12, released last month.
    The East Hampton Day Care Learning Center’s board of directors has two new chairwomen, Cornelia Randolph and Linda Calder. They are replacing Fred Doss and Diane Saatchi, who led the board for more than five years.
Faces in Printmaking     A printmaking workshop at the East Hampton Library tomorrow will introduce kids 4 and older to this creative technique. Participants will look at faces in prints by famous artists and then print their own...
Springs officials respond to reports of cheating at principal’s former school
A Whalebone program for at-risk kids seeks to build nurturing home lives

Movie al Fresco     It’s that special time of year when it’s finally, hopefully, warm enough to watch a movie outside under the stars. The Springs School PTA has invited kids to do just that with an outdoor movie...
Controversies set aside as voters support spending plans with large margins
Paint Like Pollock     Family tours and drip-painting workshops will return to the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs on Saturday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Joyce Raimondo will lead the workshop this weekend and every...
    Two candidates are running for one five-year term on the Montauk School Board. The open seat is being vacated by Therese Watson after 29 years. The candidates, Lee White and Honora Herlihy, both have children in the school.