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.
Those who have not yet registered to cast ballots in the May 19 school budget votes and board elections can do so next week in East Hampton, Bridgehampton, Amagansett, and Springs. 
East Hampton’s participation in a swimming program for elementary school students will go forward next year, although in reduced form. At Tuesday night’s meeting of the East Hampton School Board, Richard Burns, the superintendent,...
Family Day in the Gardens On the heels of National Public Gardens Day and in advance of Mother’s Day two local gardens have invited families to enjoy their splendors on Saturday.
The race for one seat on the Montauk School Board will see a longtime school board member face a newcomer who already holds a different elected role in Montauk.
Paul McCartney contributed an original piece of fine art to a New York City exhibition and auction that will benefit the Hayground School in Bridgehampton.
School boards in East Hampton, Bridgehampton, and Sag Harbor unanimously voted last week to approve budget proposals that stay within state-mandated limits on tax levy increases.
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.