education

Students in the East Hampton School District were among the thousands of kids across Long Island who returned to classes on Tuesday morning, but unlike most of those peers, they started out with a two-hour delay.
The East Hampton School District has hired a new liaison to the district’s Latino families.
When the Greater East Hampton Education Foundation has its annual Drive to Educate golf outing on Wednesday it will also be starting its 10th official year helping children in local schools.
Most students in the Town of East Hampton headed back to class Tuesday morning, the day after Labor Day.
The start of the school year also brings the start of the fall semester for the Hampton Ballet Theatre School, which will begin classes on Wednesday at the Bridgehampton Community House and on Sept. 15 at Yoga Lila in Montauk.
East Hampton High School will inaugurate a program this year to provide internships for seniors at businesses, nonprofit organizations, and other community entities.
With the start of school fast approaching, the Bridgehampton School has hired several new staff members, including a new athletic director and its first-ever full-time business teacher.
If Alicia Schordine, Robin Gianis, and Colleen McGowan were to write a how-I-spent-my-summer-vacation kind of essay, their narratives would detail adventures from faraway places and souvenirs worthy of show-and-tell.
Springs School fifth graders will have access to laptop computers, tablets, and interactive whiteboards this year, thanks to a state grant.
The Sag Harbor School Board appears poised to reverse its policy against the video recording of public comments at its meetings.
Kathryn Bermudez is hoping to help at least 100 families with new and gently used clothes for the start of the school year.
Seeing their son’s enthusiasm for trucks of all sorts, Angela De Vincenzo and Jeff Mayor bought one of their own and hatched a plan to combine her background as a learning specialist and his as a designer, D.J., and former B.M.X. pro with the truck’s ability to excite and inspire kids.
Affordable housing projects are necessary, but their locations and therefore their impact should be spread out among the school districts.