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Student Fired BB Gun on Middle School Sports Bus

A Springs School student is facing disciplinary consequences after firing a BB gun on an East Hampton Middle School bus returning from a football game at East Moriches on Thursday.

Oct 24, 2022
There’s a Lot to Look Forward to in Springs

The popular Springs School Mystery Art Sale will return to Ashawagh Hall in the spring and in the coming weeks there are all sorts of fun and informative activities for students to look forward to

Oct 20, 2022
On Marsden Street Buy, Sag Harbor Neighbors Say, 'Tell Us More’

“There is a bigger and bigger fury growing about this. We’re not just going away,” warned Janis Donnaud, a Sag Harbor resident, referring to mounting tensions within the community over the district’s plan to buy five residential lots along Marsden Street and turn them into athletic fields.

Oct 20, 2022
Kids Culture for October 20, 2022

“Angelina’s Halloween”

The children’s book author Katharine Holabird, creator of the Angelina Ballerina series, will be the star of a spooky story hour at The Church in Sag Harbor on Friday, Oct. 28, when she reads “Angelina’s Halloween,” with a trained ballerina from the Hamptons Ballet Theatre School helping to bring the story to life.

Oct 20, 2022
Kids Culture for October 13, 2022

Montauk Field Day

Oct 12, 2022
At Bridgehampton School, Hive Buzzes After Last Bell

The Springs School and the John M. Marshall Elementary School have Project Most for supervised after-school activities and homework help. The Sag Harbor School District has partnered up with HUGS Inc. for a similar program. Now, the Bridgehampton School District has joined those neighboring schools in offering an enriching experience after the last bell rings.

Oct 12, 2022
Fresh Take on English Class

Educators at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton are revamping their English language arts curriculum, bringing in a fresh program with new workbooks, independent reading offerings, and more.

Oct 6, 2022
Kids Culture for October 6, 2022

The return of pre-teen night at the Y.M.C.A., a celebration of LatinX culture at the Children's Museum of the East End, and Halloween-themed fun at the libraries, are just a few of the things on tap for kids and teens this week.

Oct 6, 2022
Climate Change Festival at Ross School

A parent-led environmental committee at the Ross School will host its first annual Climate Clapback Festival on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the school’s Goodfriend Drive campus in East Hampton. The event is free and open to the public.

Oct 6, 2022
East Hampton Scores High Marks on District Audit

Once again, the East Hampton School District passed its annual audit with flying colors. During a school board meeting on Monday, Jeffrey Jones of the EFPR Group, said the district had earned an “unmodified opinion, which is the highest level of opinion we can offer.” As was the case last year, he said, “there were no material weaknesses or significant deficiencies.”

Oct 6, 2022
All Eyes on a Land Buy in Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor School Board on Monday night offered an update on the district’s plan to buy five residential lots along Marsden Street, using a combination of Southampton Town community preservation fund money and a portion of its facilities improvement capital reserve fund.

Oct 6, 2022
Bilingual Helpline for Youth

Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island announced on Monday the launch of Youth Connect, a bilingual and prevention-focused crisis-counseling program. The goal is to provide middle and high school-age young people access to immediate support and guidance in Spanish or English through an anonymous, confidential helpline that can be reached via text or phone call

Sep 29, 2022