education

      At the monthly meeting of the Springs School Board Monday night, its members unanimously gave their support to using $65,000 from the district’s repair reserve fund to replace an aging boiler and a defunct bridge...
Student Art Extravaganza        The galleries at Guild Hall will be bursting with color starting on Saturday when the first part of the annual Student Art Festival opens to the public with a free reception and...
       Few braved the Arctic temperatures on Tuesday night, when the East Hampton School Board unanimously voted to accept the resignation of Keith Malsky, the assistant principal of John M. Marshall Elementary School....
More Music        The beat goes on at the Amagansett Library on Saturday night, as teen music month continues with performances by Skylar Kelleher, Supply Side, and Spectors. Ms. Kelleher, a singer-songwriter, will play...
       The Wainscott School District has been criticized in a state audit for amassing a budget surplus of $2.4 million, an amount that is 68 percent of its current budget and 17 times more than allowed by law.
Teen Music Month        Tomorrow night will mark the beginning of Monster Music Month at the Amagansett Library, a series of free concerts and musical events for teens co-sponsored by Crossroads Music.
Get Out of the House        Kids who need to get out of the house after the holiday will find plenty to do at local libraries over the next few days.        At the Hampton Library in...
As of January, partly as a response to cyberbullying and also to the fairly widespread sense that students remain tethered to devices during school hours, East Hampton Middle School will institute a new policy on student-owned electronic devices
Starting in January, high school juniors and seniors will have an opportunity to study creative writing while also obtaining three college credits, as part of the Young Scholars program being offered at Stony Brook  Southampton. The deadline...