Education

On Tuesday, Springs taxpayers will decide whether to approve the $16.9 million bonds necessary for the Springs School District’s expansion plan to go forward.
The Children’s Museum of the East End’s Engineer’s Club will gather for science, technology, engineering and math activities on Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. The drop-off program is for children 5 to 9. The cost is $12, but members can take part today.

The East Hampton School District is once again looking for teachers to lead various adult education classes, which will begin the week of March 12 and run through May 24. Past classes have included bridge, Pilates, and defensive driving. The school...
On March 6, taxpayers in the Springs School District will head to the polls to approve or reject the funds needed for a major expansion of the school, which was built for 350 students but currently serves 734.
There are 59 diagnosed cases of ADNP in the U.S. and 146 worldwide. This extremely rare neurodevelopmental disorder is caused by a mutation in the activity-dependent neuroprotective protein gene that regulates brain formation, development, and...

A year ago, The Star reported that when East Hampton High School chose Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop spectacular “In the Heights” as its musical, it had pretty much won the lottery. To follow it this year with an Elton John musical was “very, very...
Children 5 and up can learn about African tribal headdresses that are true pieces of art on Saturday from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Montauk Library. Kids will then build their own artful headdresses.
The State Assembly has again passedd bill to secure financial aid for the roughly 4,500 undocumented students who graduate from New York high schools each year and hope to attend colleges in the state.
Animals from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge will be in the Amagansett Library’s community room on Saturday at 2 p.m. An array of critters, including a snake, a turtle, a bird of prey, and various creepy crawlies, will be available to meet.
Alexander Sigua Pintado has been named valedictorian of East Hampton’s class of 2018, and Jonathan Gomez Barrientos has been chosen as the salutatorian.
This weekend is the last chance to see Guild Hall's 2018 Student Art Festival, which features work by kids in kindergarten through 12th grade.
The school break may be a week and a half away, but now is the time to plan for it. There are a number of options for kids who are not heading out of town for the week.
Teen Film Contest The young adult department at the East Hampton Library has invited students to shoot and edit a film for a teen film festival on March 6. Filming after hours at the library will be permitted tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. Interested...