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Administrators at East Hampton High School are hoping to do something about climate change — but not the environmental kind. Hundreds of students, teachers, and parents recently took a survey on the education, social relationships, and safety at the school, and the conclusion was that its atmosphere is “neutral.”
The Ross School’s annual Live at Club Starlight fund-raiser is approaching, with G.E. Smith, Joan Osborne, and Robbie Wyckoff scheduled as the evening’s rock ’n’ roll entertainment.
State education law dictates that each school district hold a public hearing on the budget proposed for the next school year before voting on the budget takes place.
Family Fun Day The Peconic Family Fun Day, an environmental carnival at the Children’s Museum of the East End on Saturday, will celebrate the area’s ecosystems and estuaries with games, arts and crafts, and other activities from 10 a.m....
On Saturday, the Children’s Museum of the East End will celebrate the area’s Latin cultures with a free fair, and a Healthy Kids Day will be held at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter.
The future of the in-school swimming program at John M. Marshall Elementary School is unclear.
Residents of the Wainscott School District could potentially see their school taxes drop for the third year in a row if the school’s proposed $3.06 million budget is approved by voters.
The Ross School on Monday announced the appointment of two new administrators following what its current leadership described as “two very thoughtful and exhaustive searches.”
The Sagaponack School District, which educates children in first through fourth grade in its own school and sends those in the higher grades to neighboring districts, has announced plans to provide early childhood education in the next two years.