Education

Amagansett voters passed the school district's $10.47 million budget proposal on Tuesday night, with 63 percent saying yes to the over-the-tax-cap spending plan.
Results from school budget votes and board elections have begun rolling in, with voters approving budgets in East Hampton, Montauk, and Wainscott so far.
Citing financial constraints and continued declining enrollment, the Child Development Center of the Hamptons, the South Fork’s only charter school, formally announced on Tuesday that it will close at the end of the school year.
There's a race in Montauk, but in Amagansett, Bridgehampton, Sagapon­ack, and Wainscott are running unopposed.
Residents of local school districts will head to the polls on Tuesday to decide the fate of eight school budgets, including two that are over the state-imposed limit on tax levy increases.
Amagansett School Board meetings are typically quiet and quick affairs, but on Tuesday at the district’s budget hearing a handful of residents grilled the school superintendent and school board on its tax-cap-busting budget proposal.
A Festival of the Arts at Ashawagh Hall in Springs on Saturday will feature free art workshops, student performances, raffles of art supplies and musical instruments, a tree planting ceremony, and a miniature version of the Mystery Art Sale, which had been held in the last two years and is being replaced by the festival.
A former Springs School District clerk who is suing the district claiming she was the victim of a hostile work environment has formally resigned from her primary position as the superintendent’s secretary.
Two students with a first-hand understanding of the challenges faced by immigrants have organized an East Hampton High School Key Club campaign to collect and distribute needed items to refugees in Greece and elsewhere.