A $2,000 donation from the Springs School PTA has enabled the school district to expand its library media program with the purchase of a three-dimensional printer and a related set of learning materials.
Hundreds of students from East End schools have been rehearsing for the last several weeks for the Hampton Music Educators Association festival concerts.
A Dec. 31 article in The Star and a subsequent correction inaccurately stated the ownership of property that may soon be leased to the Bridgehampton School.
Ross School seniors face what many of them consider a daunting but exciting responsibility: the senior project, on a subject of their own choosing.
Student Art Show Opens The first part of Guild Hall’s annual Student Arts Festival, featuring work by students in kindergarten through eighth grade, will open on Saturday. The colorful showcase of student talent will be on view through Feb...
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While pledging its meals will still be healthy and tasty, the Sag Harbor School District has dropped out of federal programs that reimburse schools for the breakfast foods and lunches they serve when the meals meet rigid nutritional requirements.
Daisy C. Bowe, who had a positive impact on hundreds of students at the Bridgehampton School over her 30-year career, died on Tuesday.
 Margaret Moody Puppets will take the show “Badger Meets the Fairies” to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday at 11 a.m. In the 40-minute performance, which is best for children 4 to 10, Mr. Badger helps his new fairy...
The East Hampton School District has rejected the Wainscott School District’s late request to sign a multiyear contract that would give Wainscott a discount on student tuition in exchange for an agreement to send all of its children to East Hampton after they finish schooling at Wainscott.
The Greater East Hampton Education Foundation has awarded more than $13,000 in mini-grants to teachers in the Springs and East Hampton School Districts to fund a wide variety of projects ranging in scope from technology to international culture to social skills and more.
The Bridgehampton School’s thriving educational garden may itself grow soon, thanks to a free three-year lease of a small piece of land from the Hampton Classic.
Changes at the federal and state levels to the standards, testing, and teacher evaluations associated with the Common Core have drawn positive, although cautious, responses from educators across the South Fork.