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Photography Class for Kids Starts Friday

Project Most is offering a six-week photography class for students in grades four through 12 on Friday afternoons, titled See How You Feel, starting this week at the Most Holy Trinity school building in East Hampton.

Mar 6, 2023
Marsden Street Opponents Rally Before Southampton Board

The Southampton Town Board chose not to close a public hearing and vote to commit community preservation fund money to a Sag Harbor School District project to build an athletic field and community park across from the school along Marsden Street. Instead, at its meeting Tuesday night, and much to school officials’ chagrin, the board voted to keep the public hearing open until its March 14 meeting.

Mar 2, 2023
Kids Culture for March 2, 2023

On Saturday, East End Arts, a nonprofit based in Riverhead, kicks off a monthlong program called Fantastic Art Time for children. Plus: movies, crafts, and story time for kids, and community service opportunities for teens.

Mar 2, 2023
At Springs School, Resignations Signal Trouble

During a Springs School Board meeting at which the resignations of both the school principal and assistant principal were on the agenda, tears were shed amid a tense atmosphere as teacher after teacher, parent after parent, stepped up to the lectern to decry a school culture in which, they say, morale is low, communication is lacking, and even students are starting to wonder what’s going on.

Mar 2, 2023
Comic and Macabre Onstage in East Hampton High Musical

With subtle nods to the hit Netflix series “Wednesday” and a cast that was tasked with making iconic characters their own, East Hampton High School’s Drama Club will perform the musical “The Addams Family” this weekend. Showtimes are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 1. Tickets can be bought at the door for $20 each or $10 for students and senior citizens.

Mar 2, 2023
Springs School to Lose Two Top Administrators

The Springs School District on Monday announced the resignation of both its principal, Christine Cleary, and assistant principal, Josh Odom. Mr. Odom is set to succeed Jack Perna as principal and superintendent of the Montauk School.

Feb 28, 2023
Ahead of Predicted Snow, Schools Announce Delayed Opening

With significant snowfall in the forecast, local school districts on Monday night began announcing delayed opening times for Tuesday.

Feb 28, 2023
Bonackers’ Top Two Students Named

Excelling both inside and outside the classroom, Nicole Velez and Aryan Chugh have been named valedictorian and salutatorian of East Hampton High School’s class of 2023.

Feb 23, 2023
Preventing Dating Violence Among Teens

According to the federal Centers for Disease Control, which compiled the extensive Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2019, one in 12 teens experiences some form of physical dating violence. That's one reason why the Retreat's Teen Leadership Council has spent the month of February spreading awareness of the topic of teen dating violence.

Feb 23, 2023
Kids Culture for February 23, 2023

The New York International Children’s Film Festival will host a matinee short-film program titled “Celebrating Black Stories” for kids 9 and up this weekend at the Sag Harbor Cinema.

Feb 23, 2023
To Tap Reserves for Renovations

The East Hampton School District is planning to put a proposition on the May 16 budget ballot enabling it to withdraw $3,925,000 from its capital reserve account for several big-ticket projects, with one important asterisk.

Feb 16, 2023
On Marsden Street Field, One Step Forward, One Setback

On Friday, a group of neighbors whose properties border the proposed Marsden Street athletic field filed a lawsuit against the Sag Harbor School District, alleging it failed to adequately complete a state-mandated environmental review.

Feb 16, 2023