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East Hampton revamps food program
Jhoselin Narvaez Gutierrez, left, and Joana Gutierrez, fifth graders, chose smoothies made from strawberries, spinach, bananas, and apple juice during a recent lunch period at the John M. Marshall Elementary School. Christine Sampson

Adam Fine, the East Hampton High School principal, pitched a high school curriculum budget that would carry about an $8,000 increase in spending next year. Christine Sampson

Looking for creative solutions to close a hefty gap in funding
Project Most, a nonprofit that runs after-school programs in Springs and East Hampton and supports initiatives including the Seedlings Project greenhouse program, above, will not receive donations from the Hamptons Marathon now that the race has been moved to Southampton. Christine Sampson

Stella Maris was a Catholic school that closed in 2011 after experiencing declining enrollment and financial woes
A workshop about the possible purchase of the former Stella Maris Regional School building will be held on Wednesday. Christine Sampson

Local News for Kids

From left, Zachary Vaccaro, Abby Sherwood, Catie Cannizzaro, Micky Wilson, and Ryan McGarrity, a group of Pierson Middle School sixth graders who participated in P.S. I Love You Day activities at the school. Sag Harbor School District


School officials plan English and Spanish forums
Christine Sampson

Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz was the recipient of national and state awards recognizing her work teaching agricultural concepts. Christine Sampson