Education

“Nutcracker” With a Twist Studio 3, a dance company in Bridgehampton, will present “Mixed Nuts,” an original twist on “The Nutcracker” at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tomorrow and Saturday at 7 p.m. and...
According to Autism Speaks, an advocacy group, 25 private schools east of Medford and west of Hauppauge offer specialized education for autistic children — but there are none on the East End.
Tchaikovsky's classic comes to Guild Hall and holiday-themed activities abound this weekend.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 4 of every 100 middle school students reported in 2016 that they had used some form of electronic cigarettes.
The Springs School opera is ready to take the stage Wednesday for the 21st consecutive year with an original production, “The Case of the Missing Pollock.”
Whether South Fork children who are on the autism spectrum are receiving optimal educational services depends on whom you ask. A proposal to use a town-owned site for a new special-needs school has engendered opposition.
“Miracle Worker” Auditions Young actors, take note. Boots on the Ground Theater is holding auditions on Monday and Tuesday at the Southampton Cultural Center for its April production of “The Miracle Worker.” The play about...
Sitting around a table strewn with half-eaten packages of cookies and chips, the Guild Hall Teen Arts Council held its weekly brainstorming meeting as part of an initiative aimed at giving young people a bigger stake in the future of the arts and offering teens more cultural opportunities here on the East End.
The Montauk School District has ranked high on a nationwide list of American schools that spend the most per pupil. According to 247Wwallst.com, a financial news and opinion website, the Montauk district comes in at sixth out of the top 11.
Montauk students have decided once more to band together and send help to hurricane victims — this time to tiny Everglades City, on the southwest coast of Florida, which was battered during Irma’s devastating surge two months ago.
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
The East Hampton Town Board is set to approve the sale of a town-owned property that could become a new school bus facility.
Some 50 mentors from a range of professions — including elected officials, artists, writers, photographers, graphic designers, a veterinarian, chefs, and police officers — talked about their careers with East Hampton High School sophomores on Tuesday morning.