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Costs for New Roof, Playground Are Up and Down at Springs School

That the leaking roof and the aging kindergarten playground need to be replaced at the Springs School is not new news, but the district's architects on Monday offered updated cost estimates for the two projects, which are slated to start at the end of June.

Jan 14, 2021
Student Art Festival Takes on a Troubled Year

For Guild Hall's 90th anniversary and the centennial of the Village of East Hampton, the 2021 Student Art Festival at Guild Hall will celebrate this area's history and look to an imagined future.

Jan 14, 2021
Kids Culture 01.14.20

Several activities for children are coming up.

Jan 14, 2021
South Fork Schools Expand Covid-19 Planning

As school staff, including nurses, therapists, and teachers, lined up to be vaccinated this week, school districts continued to grapple with plans to conduct Covid-19 testing all while trying to not let the virus upend children’s education.

Jan 14, 2021
John Marshall Will Go Remote Friday, Middle and High School Closure Extended

The East Hampton School District will restrict classes to remote-only at the John M. Marshall Elementary School starting Friday, and will extend this week’s virtual instruction at the middle and high schools through next week.

Jan 13, 2021
Sag Harbor Plans to Test Students, Staff for Covid-19

The Sag Harbor School District on Monday unveiled a preliminary plan to begin administering Covid-19 tests to its students and staff members within the next two weeks.

Jan 12, 2021
New Covid Cases Prompt East Hampton Middle and High Schools to Go Remote Next Week

With East Hampton High School reporting 13 active Covid-19 cases this week and the middle school reporting another nine among staff and students, the two schools will switch to fully remote classes next week, the district announced Friday afternoon.

Jan 8, 2021
Affordable Units Bring a Dozen New Students to Amagansett

Almost all of Gansett Meadow's 37 units are now occupied, and the actual number of new Amagansett students is lining up with the East Hampton Housing Authority's original projections.

Jan 7, 2021
Project Most Offering Activities for Kids in January

Project Most will hold several in-person activities each week in January, focusing on science, art, fitness, and language, for kids in different age groups.

Jan 7, 2021
Attention, Comic Book Lovers

For a new, five-week workshop, Guild Hall has partnered with Loot, a Brooklyn comic book store that holds classes for kids.

Jan 7, 2021
Sag Harbor Group Wins Grant to Combat Substance Abuse

Federal lawmakers have awarded a five-year, $125,000 grant to the group SAFE in Sag Harbor to help combat substance abuse among young people, Representative Lee Zeldin announced Tuesday.

Jan 5, 2021
Virtual Program for Future Veterinarians

High school students interested in veterinary medicine have the opportunity to attend a Zoom career exploration program hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County Farm and Education Center.

Pre-registration at ccesuffolk.org and registration at suffolkcountyfarm.campbrainregistration.com will be open until the lecture series begins. The online classes are on Thursday evenings, 7 to 8:45 p.m., Feb. 25 to March 25. The registration fee is $100.

Jan 2, 2021