Education

Family Art Workshop     The Parrish Art Museum in Southampton will host a family tour of the museum along with an art project on Sunday, in conjunction with its current show of contemporary California art. The exhibition, “E....
    Tuesday night’s East Hampton School Board meeting saw virtual scissors being used on next year’s budget for special education and high school expenses, among other areas, while those involved attempted to keep the...

High School Art and Music     The second half of the Student Art Festival spotlighting the work of high schoolers opens at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Saturday with a reception featuring music by students from participating...
    The number of preschoolers at the Montauk School is growing rapidly, the school board learned on Tuesday. So much so that board members may have to make some tough decisions to accommodate the little ones for next year.

    For high school students who love to create, the Ross School is offering a writing and visual arts competition which will give artistic students a chance at receiving financial assistance to attend Ross.     The...
    For the most part, the topics at Tuesday night’s East Hampton School Board meeting were positive ones, ranging from a proposal for a garden at the John M. Marshall School to fund-raising on school grounds. But Mary Laspia...

 Puppet Programs     The Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre in Sag Harbor is offering up a tulip-y tale on Saturday: “The Adventures of Princess Spring Blossom.” Michelle Beshaw, a Brooklyn puppeteer, brings the story,...
    Project MOST is known for its after-school programs that serve approximately 280 students at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton and the Springs School. But that’s not enough for Tim Bryden, the...
    The Springs School Board is considering eliminating a special education teacher in the 2012-13 school year as part of its efforts to bring the district budget in line with the state’s new 2-percent cap on property tax levy...