Education

Christine Sampson

A still from the film "Perfect Houseguest" by Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter, one of several short films from the New York International Children's Film Festival that will be shown at the Parrish Art Museum on Friday. credit: New York International Children's Film Festival

Olivia Debes, left, and Marissa Brophy are 2016 East Hampton High School graduates who are raising money for a humanitarian project in Haiti through the nonprofit organization buildOn.

Encie Peters, a resident of Cedar Street in East Hampton, was one of more than 50 people who attended the East Hampton School Board meeting on Tuesday to voice their objections to a proposed bus depot on Cedar Street. Christine Sampson

Christopher Walsh

Hayground School students including, from left, Eve Achuthan-Kozar, Rive Weiner, Leslie Samuel, Felicia Franklin, Kodiak Tarrant-Papasadora, and Nico Pontecorvo, with their teacher, Julie Fanelli-Denny, earned recognition for their health-related inventions. Christine Sampson



The Montauk School's High Notes, an all-female extra-curricular choral group, recently took second place in a singing competition sponsored by Cablevision's News 12. Rick White

School, town discuss scavenger-waste parcel
East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell said the town is willing to negotiate with the East Hampton School District for the purchase of the former scavenger waste site on Springs Fireplace Road as a possible site for the school district's proposed bus maintenance depot. Christine Sampson