Opposition to the East Hampton School District’s preliminary plan to build a bus maintenance depot and refueling facility on the Cedar Street side of its high school campus has begun to emerge.
Several residents spoke up during Tuesday’s...
When Andy White painted a bold image of an anchor with the words “Montauk the End” in first grade, he probably hoped his parents might display it somewhere at home. Little did he know that it would eventually be emblazoned on dozens of T-shirts to be worn by friends, family, and people who had never met the Montauk student, now 9.
The fall adult education program at East Hampton High School is set to start on Oct. 3, and the school district has put out a call for community members who are interested in leading classes. They can contact Debbie Mansir, the school’s...
State auditors reviewing the Sag Harbor School District’s before-school and after-school elementary care program have reported weaknesses in record-keeping, financial oversight, and the segregation of duties among administrators.
The East Hampton School District is officially moving ahead with plans to build a bus maintenance barn and refueling facility on the high school campus, with the school board saying Tuesday it has selected the Cedar Street side of the property as the site.
The Child Development Center of the Hamptons may have closed its doors in June, but much of its furniture, books, and learning materials will continue to serve students. The Springs School Board announced during its Aug. 29 meeting that many of the...
Sydney, 15, a part-time resident of Bridgehampton, has collected about 5,200 signatures on a petition via the website Change.org that asks the Boy Scouts of America to adjust its charter and join the ranks of international youth scouting organizations that are coed.
In the weeks after the public got word that the Sag Harbor School District had not yet voted to extend its superintendent’s contract past its June 2017 expiration date, parents and residents made it clear to the school board during the public comment sessions of its meetings that they wanted the superintendent to stay.
Bridgehampton School officials have unveiled preliminary drawings for a 35,440-square-foot addition and renovation of the building, with an estimated cost of $25 million to $30 million, that they say would allow the district to meet the demands of increasing enrollment and current and future standards in education.