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Kids Culture for April 18, 2024

Tomorrow and Saturday, the student actors and singers of South Fork Performing Arts will take on a beloved musical tale that needs little in the way of introduction — “The Wizard of Oz.” Plus: puzzles and chess, custom mug making, snacks and stories, and more coming up for kids and teens.

Apr 18, 2024
Kids Culture for April 11, 2024

For kids and teens this week: art and community service projects, teddy bear tea time, dance, STEAM activities, and more.

Apr 11, 2024
Springs Notebook: Students Celebrate the Eclipse

For the partial solar eclipse on Monday, many Springs School teachers took their students outside for the viewing, and they all stared up at the sky in amazement in their dark eclipse glasses.

Apr 11, 2024
Students Take the Stage in Sag Harbor

Local students will shine onstage this weekend in Sag Harbor, with the Pierson High School Drama Club putting on the musical “The Lightning Thief” at the high school and the dancers of Studio 3 taking the stage at Bay Street Theater for “The Enchanted Forest.”

Apr 11, 2024
High School Chorus Sings at Carnegie Hall

The East Hampton High School choir sang Friday night at New York City’s legendary Carnegie Hall for the Choirs of America Festival. About 300 people made the trip from East Hampton to attend the concert.

Apr 11, 2024
Budget Reaches Critical Mass at Springs School

Facing a perfect storm of cost increases in nearly every area of the budget, the Springs School Board is likely to adopt a $37.8 million, over-the-tax-cap budget, meaning school district voters will be faced with a difficult choice on May 21 when they head to the polls for the annual budget vote.

Apr 11, 2024
Wainscott School Asks for Citizen Group's Support

The president of the Wainscott School Board on Saturday appealed to the members and guests of the hamlet’s citizens advisory committee for support of its 2024-25 budget plan.

Apr 11, 2024
Kids Culture for April 4, 2024

Spring is definitely springing, if Project Most’s explosion of new after-school and weekend programs for kids is any indication. In store for this month are workshops on photo collage, sewing, magnetic planters, robotics, and stop-motion animation, and an escape room challenge. And there's more for kids to do at libraries and museums.

Apr 3, 2024
Bridgehampton School Will Get Wild

Students and teachers at the Bridgehampton School will soon see more bees buzzing about the campus, fitting for a school whose mascot is the bee. Through a partnership with ReWild Long Island, a nonprofit organization that promotes “sustainable landscaping for biodiversity and climate resilience,” according to its website, Bridgehampton is in the early stages of planning a new pollinator garden.

Apr 3, 2024
Ross School Reorganizes Its Campuses

Administrators and board members at the Ross School have approved a reorganization of grade levels at its two campuses, with an eye toward “optimizing resources and enhancing students’ overall educational outcomes,” according to Tom Sturtevant, the head of school.

Apr 3, 2024
East Hampton High Students Doing Next-Level Science

Big things are happening in East Hampton High School’s science research program, whose students recently returned from two rounds of the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair with a number of awards — including a first-place finish in the plant sciences competition for Leah Fromm, one of 61 students in the research program who will show off their work at next Thursday’s Science Research Symposium at the high school.

Apr 3, 2024
Springs Notebook: A Wonderful World’s Fair

On March 22, Springs School held its annual World’s Fair celebration, hosted by the school's Diversity Club. “It is about celebrating other countries and their cultures,” the club's adviser, Vicki Firemark, said.

Apr 3, 2024