Education

Who? A Kangaroo?     Nature Nick will stop in to the Amagansett Library on Saturday afternoon with a menagerie of a dozen unusual creatures, including a spider monkey, a kangaroo, a snake, and a bird of prey. His program is geared...
    Just as the skies opened up Monday night, the Springs School Board convened its monthly meeting. About a dozen audience members sat through an unusually concise session. John Grant, the board’s vice president, presided....
    Visitors to the Montauk Recycling Center will notice some changes for the better this week. After months of hard work, the winners of a Montauk School student art contest posted their environmentally-minded murals on nine...
Five, Four, Three . . .     Saturday is Rocket Day at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. Starting at 10 a.m. kids of all ages can make and launch their own rockets, while parents can learn about the...
    Eleanor Whitmore has been a driving force behind the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center for decades, acting as advocate, booster, ambassador, and vice chairwoman of the board, and now the board’s honorary president. Early...
    It was business as usual at Tuesday night’s three-hour meeting of the East Hampton School Board.     After more than two years of back and forth, the board finally hashed out differences of opinion...
Ladies and Gentlemen     Mr. Amazing and the Amazing Grace Circus Youth Troupe will walk the tightrope, juggle, unicycle, spin plates, and perform other tricks during the Parrish Art Museum’s Circus Day on Saturday from 1 to...
    New York State testing dominated the discussion when the Montauk School Board met on Sept. 10 and again on Sept. 24. Although Montauk’s seventh and eighth-grade students had high scores in the English and math tests given in...
The East Hampton School District’s fall adult education courses will begin the week of Oct. 8, with classes in computer literacy, Pilates, drawing, bridge, English as a second language, acting, tai chi, and defensive driving