School districts from Bridgehampton to Montauk received good grades over the last two months from independent auditors who reviewed the districts’ financial statements and accounting practices at the close of the 2015-16 school year.
Springs School architects sent school officials a list of building repair projects, maintenance, and necessary upgrades last Thursday, one that is even more detailed and far more expensive than the list initially presented to the district’s facilities committee in the summer of 2015.
Feverish discourse on the 2016 election is seemingly everywhere right now — from newspapers and television to social media and even in the hallways and classrooms in our schools. The students are being inundated with information and opinions.
East Hampton High School will host a forum addressing drug and alcohol abuse and addiction on Wednesday night, beginning at 5:45 in the school auditorium and open to students, parents, and the community at large.
The Bridgehampton School Board, which has discussed possible expansion of the kindergarten through 12th grade school building over the years, has set Dec. 13 for a referendum on whether to raise some $24.7 million to do so.
The Amagansett School Board, which took a water fountain in the gymnasium and six sinks out of service two weeks ago after lead was found in the water, took another step on Tuesday toward solving the problem.