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Toy Sale on Saturday to Benefit Project Most

Project Most will hold a fund-raising toy sale on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the East Hampton Neighborhood House at 92 Three Mile Harbor Road.

Toys for children ages 2 and up, such as dolls, sports equipment, trucks, and video games, will be available for purchase for as little as $2 each.

All proceeds support Project Most, which runs educational programs for children here during the school year, on weekends, and in the summer.

Oct 8, 2020
Sag Harbor Contemplates Return of After-School Clubs

During Monday's Sag Harbor School Board meeting, district administrators addressed the return of after-school activities. Matt Malone, the Sag Harbor Elementary School principal, said that taking into account the cohort system, returning to co-curriculars would be counterintuitive. Clubs would mean that children from different student groupings intermingle, so Mr. Malone said he decided not to add them back into the schedule to maintain existing safety measures. The same goes for middle school clubs, officials said.

Oct 8, 2020
Virtual Driver's Ed at East Hampton High School

East Hampton High School students who are 16 and have their learner's permit can sign up for virtual driver's education classes for $200 for the fall semester.

Oct 8, 2020
Kids Culture 10.08.20

Science activities, Spanish lessons, a movie screening, and an artistic garden in the clouds.

Oct 8, 2020
UPDATE: No Students Will Quarantine in Montauk School Covid Case

The Montauk School will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday after a teacher was identified Tuesday afternoon as having contracted Covid-19.

Oct 7, 2020
Third Case of Covid-19 at John Marshall, First Case at Springs School

Another confirmed case of Covid-19 in a student at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton was reported late Friday afternoon, the third such case to come to light in the last nine days, and right after that came word of a case at the Springs School.

Oct 2, 2020
John Marshall Principal Leaving for South Country School District

Beth Doyle, who has served as principal of the John M. Marshall Elementary School for more than seven years, has resigned to accept an assistant superintendent position in the South Country School District.

Oct 1, 2020
Kids Culture 10.01.20

Coming up for kids: ukulele lessons, cyanoprinting, musical theater readings, and more.

Oct 1, 2020
John Marshall Second-Grade Class, Head Teacher Must Quarantine

One case of Covid-19 in the first grade at the John M. Marshall Elementary School last week wasn't enough to shut down school in East Hampton, but a second case in second grade, confirmed on Tuesday, led school officials to close the entire district Wednesday. That afternoon, the district informed parents that students who share the classroom with the Covid-positive second grader and that classroom's head teacher will have to quarantine for 14 days.

Sep 30, 2020
East Hampton Schools Report Second Covid Case at Elementary School

After being notified of a second confirmed case of Covid-19 in a student at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, the East Hampton School District has decided to close the elementary school, middle school, and high school on Wednesday "out of an abundance of caution," the district said in an email and voice memo sent to parents on Tuesday afternoon.

Sep 29, 2020
The Fall Bucket List Challenge Is Here

The East Hampton Library wants teens in grades nine through 12 to make the best of a beautiful season with its Fall Bucket List Challenge.

Here's how it works: capture memorable moments from the library's list in selfies and email them to the young adult librarians. That's it! 

The bucket list includes pumpkin picking, carving a jack o'lantern, hiking, watching a scary movie, navigating a corn maze, and other fun fall activities.

The email address for submissions is [email protected].

Sep 29, 2020
Update: Suspected Covid Case Is Now Confirmed at Elementary School

The East Hampton School District on Saturday announced that what had been a suspected case of Covid-19 in a student is now a confirmed case at John M. Marshall Elementary School.

Sep 25, 2020