education

The East Hampton School District has rejected the Wainscott School District’s late request to sign a multiyear contract that would give Wainscott a discount on student tuition in exchange for an agreement to send all of its children to East Hampton after they finish schooling at Wainscott.
The Greater East Hampton Education Foundation has awarded more than $13,000 in mini-grants to teachers in the Springs and East Hampton School Districts to fund a wide variety of projects ranging in scope from technology to international culture to social skills and more.
The Bridgehampton School’s thriving educational garden may itself grow soon, thanks to a free three-year lease of a small piece of land from the Hampton Classic.
Changes at the federal and state levels to the standards, testing, and teacher evaluations associated with the Common Core have drawn positive, although cautious, responses from educators across the South Fork.
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. 
Most local school districts have been finding substitute teachers in short supply, administrators said this week, with geography and overlapping needs among the districts seen as principal factors.
A Hall of Fame at Bridgehampton School won't just be for standout athletes.
The latest Springs School enrollment report shows that it may be at least one elementary classroom short next year.
The board is considering its own depot to save money and as a potential revenue-generating measure.