education

It is a changing of the guard for the Springs School Board, which recently elected a new president and vice president.     At a reorganizational meeting on July 8, board members chose Elizabeth Mendelman as president and John Grant...
    Five years ago, when Travis Field of Springs was killed in a car accident at the age of 20, a scholarship was set up in his honor.     Mr. Field was known for his athleticism, kindness, and love for East Hampton....
Rock Hunters, Pond Explorers     A rock-collecting beach treasure hunt run by the South Fork Natural History Museum will have kids 3 to 5 searching out special stones on the beach in Noyac on Saturday at 10 a.m. Collection bags and...
St. Luke’s Family Fair     Pony rides, face painting, a dunk tank, a fun house, and more are in store for kids at the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Summer Family Fair on Saturday. Entry to the fair is free. The...
    Congratulations to graduates and gratitude to teachers and the PTA were offered by Eleanor Tritt, the district superintendent of the Amagansett School, at the school board’s meeting on Tuesday morning.
    The recent death of Anna Mirabai Lytton, a Springs School eighth grader, cast a pall over the school’s graduation ceremony last Thursday evening at East Hampton High School.     There was hardly a dry eye...
The View From Year Round     Us vs. them, locals vs. visitors, year-rounders vs. summer people. These points of contrast and conflict are constant on the South Fork and ones that students from Pierson Middle and High School have...

 Durell Godfrey  
Puppets’ “Big Stink”     Three native species band together to track down the source of a “malodorous substance” in “The Big Stink,” a children’s puppet show coming to Marders nursery...