Susan Gentile Hackett, Project Most’s director of development, said the organization is grateful and excited to be able to use the gallery space next to Mary’s Marvelous on Newtown Lane this summer. Christine Sampson

Jerry Ross is a retired NASA astronaut who will be a presenter at the Higher Orbits "Go for Launch!" program in July at LTV Studios. Photo courtesy Higher Orbits

Giving a tech-savvy generation the building blocks for tomorrow’s jobs
Kembly Berrocal, right, a teaching assistant at the Wainscott School, helped a young student with a coding activity during a technology lesson. Christine Sampson photos
Amahya Yannacone Vargas, an East Hampton High School student, worked on an engineering project using metal components in a class taught by Trevor Gregory.
Paige Francis and Lila Osborn, two Wainscott School students, showed off Lego robotics creations they made.

Foundation’s good works are ‘a way of carrying her along’
Students from East Hampton High School returned to the Springs School to paint a mural, under the auspices of the Anna Mirabai Lytton Foundation. Rameshwar Das photos
Springs School kindergarten through eighth grade students participated in yoga sessions sponsored by the Anna M. Lytton Foundation
Field trips for writing sessions at places like the Long House Reserve in East Hampton and the Warhol Preserve in Montauk were among the programs the foundation offered to Springs students

Family members and friends of Helen Hayes and Queen Davis Parks, two late employees of the John M. Marshall Elementary School, gathered in the school’s new outdoor science classroom, which was dedicated in honor of Ms. Hayes and Ms. Parks. From left are Bonnie Hayes, Azaria Parks, Amanda Hayes, Dudley Hayes with his granddaughter Jayla Hayes, Jamalia Hayes, Blake Parks, Anthony Hayes, Olivia Brooks, and Leon Parks. Christine Sampson

The Springs School Board is considering the possibility of using the building that houses the Child Development Center of the Hamptons. Morgan McGivern