Education

Guild Hall’s Teen Arts Council has organized a cleanup at Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett on Saturday and will follow up with a fashion event using repurposed finds on Sunday
Two incumbents, J.P. Foster, the board president, and Wendy Geehreng, are both seeking re-election, while Sandra Vorpahl, who previously served six years on the board, and Jeff Erickson, who ran last year, are also looking for a seat.
Cassady Czarnecki, an ambassador girl scout in Troop 1768 in East Hampton, will be recognized by the Suffolk County Girl Scout Council next month
LongHouse Family Day, the Young Artists and Writers Project Middle School School Playwrights Festival, Tap at Guild Hall -- there's a lot for young people to do this weekend.
This weeks happenings for Kids.
The East Hampton Substance Abuse Task Force will host a forum on cyberbullying and mental health on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the LTV Studios in Wainscott.
The East Hampton Library will hold its annual celebration of children and families on Tuesday from 4 to 5 p.m.
As part of a reading initiative at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, the goal was for students to read for one million minutes over the course of the school year.
Easter egg hunts and activities for the kids over the spring break, all in this week's Kids Culture.
The long, winding, and expensive disagreement between the East Hampton School District and Sandpebble Building has ended.
The generational divide regarding how social media users define privacy in their online forays on Snapchat and Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, is something that many folks may not even realize exists.
This weeks happenings for Kids.
The board of the Sagaponack School District, which now has 17 students in kindergarten through third grade in its little red schoolhouse, declined to add the Bridgehampton School as an option for graduating students at its March meeting despite...
High school students in the throes of their college searches and trying to narrow down their choices will find helpful advice from an expert on such matters on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the East Hampton Library.
This weeks happenings for Kids.
Students enrolled in a forensics class at East Hampton High School learned what it’s like to solve a crime.
Attending the prom can be a milestone moment for high school students, but also a pricey one. With that in mind, the Suffolk County Library System is expanding its programs to help make the experience more affordable.
The East Hampton School Board concluded its fourth and final budget workshop on Tuesday still hewing to the expectation it will not pierce the state-mandated cap on tax levy increases in the upcoming school year.
The Bridgehampton Museum is offering an after-school pottery workshop for kids 6 to 11 on four Mondays starting next week. Mary Jaffe will teach the class, which will cover such hand techniques as coiling and slab building.