A look at East Hampton students' trip to Plum Island, the federal government-owned facility.
A fifth-grade social studies class from John M. Marshall Elementary School were invited to take a trip to Plum Island after their message in a bottle happened to wash up there in March.
Community members continue to rally around the Springs School District, with the school board voting on Monday to accept donations of money and equipment totaling more than $13,700.
Last year, Springs voters approved setting aside $2 million in a reserve fund for capital improvements. Now they are being asked to spend it.
The first time turned out to be a charm for Kendall Stedman and Samantha Prince, two middle school students from the Montauk School. They were the first middle school students ever to be entered by Joe Malave, the school’s science teacher, in...
All About Stop-Motion Families will explore and create stop-motion animation tomorrow night at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill as artists from the Good School guide them in building sets and using professional animation software from 5:30 to 7:...
David Diskin visited China with a friend in 1982, a trip that helped him better understand the world outside the United States. China had just begun a series of economic reforms, and in December of that year, the country’s current constitution...
After working without a contract for nearly two school years, teachers in Bridgehampton have a new contract following a 5-0 vote by the school board on May 6.
Christina DeSanti, Liz Pucci, and Deme Minskoff are incumbent East Hampton School Board members who are running together to retain their seats, while John Ryan Sr., a former teacher and board member, is hoping to return to the board.
Mary Lownes seeks to hold on to her school board post. Her challenger is Steve Graboski.
Sag Harbor’s school board race has five candidates vying for three seats. Two incumbents, Chris Tice and Tommy John Schiavoni, are being challenged by James Ding, James Sanford, and Stephanie Bitis.
An April 22 meeting for parents of Latino students about New York State math tests has aroused controversy, with some saying they were misled by the East Hampton School District administration.
Soozy Miller was determined to find natural alternatives to the medications that doctors wanted her son, then 6 years old, to take for A.D.H.D. What she found changed her son’s life, and her own, too.