A new dismissal system at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, unveiled two weeks ago at a meeting of the East Hampton School Board, will not take effect after all, officials announced at Tuesday night’s meeting. The plan is on hold for now...
The results of the New York State tests in English and math for students in third through eighth grade are in, and the scores show students in some local school districts making progress toward higher proficiency levels on tests that educators say are much tougher than in past years.
Sag Harbor students will get an extra 10 minutes of sleep this school year. The school board approved new start times for the district at its meeting on Monday, amid research that shows it is unhealthy to start school before 8 a.m.
The “C” in SCORE stands for cooperation, not consolidation. So said Patricia Hope and Chuck Hitchcock, the leaders of a new citizens group with an acronym that stands for School Cooperation Regional Effort.