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Westhampton Beach High School Students Create And Launch Resource Center

by Eileen Casey
School News - "As a high school student I thought it would be beneficial to work in the elementary school because we can show younger kids that you don't have to be an adult to make changes in the community," reflected Cayla Kuey.

Local Elementary School Student Launches Fundraising Campaign In Support Of J.J. Watt's Houston Flood Relief Fund

by Nicole Barylski
School News - "The fund has raised over $30 million," Max Atkinson noted. "Let's see if Westhampton Beach can do better than that."

Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center's Director Reflects On The Center's 20th Anniversary

by Nicole Barylski
School News - "We were one of the very first to implement a pre-k program out here, at that time," noted Maureen Wikane.

Hampton Bays School District Honors Local Veteran

by Olivia Braat
School News - "The district is proud to honor Mr. Dacierno for his bravery and service to the United States," said Superintendent of Schools Lars Clemensen.

Three East End Students Nominated For The Presidential Scholars Program

by Sydney A. Braat
School News - "It was my pleasure to nominate these three outstanding local students to the prestigious Presidential Scholars Program," stated Assemblyman Thiele.

Rebecca Morgan Taylor Joins Project MOST As Executive Director

by Nicole Barylski
School News - "Expanded education is my passion, as I believe expanded learning opportunities are key to student learning," noted Rebecca Morgan Taylor.

Bridgehampton Killer Bees Leave Glen Falls With Another New York State Class D Basketball Title

by Nicole Barylski
School News - This is the 9th state title for Bridgehampton and its first in nearly two decades.

LaValle Honors Local Valedictorians And Salutatorians

by Devon Aragona
School News - New York State Senator Ken LaValle honored local valedictorians and salutatorians during ceremony.

LongHouse Reserve Holds Student Annual VI Art Show

by Devon Aragona
School News - LongHouse Reserves had their Student Annual VI, where local arts educators, student peers, and LongHouse Reserve representatives honored outstanding submissions from more than three hundred entries of student artwork inspired by visits to the art center.

Sag Harbor Pierson Whalers Move Into Uncharted Territory With 5-4 Win Over Haldane

by Andrew Nachemson
School News - The Pierson High School baseball team of Sag Harbor will advance to the New York State Final Four in Class C after winning the regional final on Tuesday.

Hamptons Historical Society Announces Scholarship Program Winner

by Michelle DiLungo
School News - The Bridgehampton Historical Society has announced Bridgehampton resident Jacob Hostetter as their 2013 scholarship program winner.

Southampton Teacher Anastasia Gavalas Receives The Fair Media Council's Media Savvy Teacher Award

by Nicole Barylski
School News - Family Life Teacher Anastasia Gavalas received The Fair Media Council's Media Savvy Teacher Award for her work with Southampton Elementary and Intermediate School students on Wednesday May 9, 2012.

High School Students Prepare For Envirothon Competition

School News - Forty-five teams of high school students across Nassau and Suffolk Counties are studying environmental topics and preparing to show-off their knowledge at the 14th Annual "Long Island Regional Envirothon Competition."

Quogue School District Repairs And Improves Playground

School News - In 2011, Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman (I-Montauk) provided the Quogue School Districts PTA with a Community Support Initiative Grant for the rebuilding of the Quogue School District playground.

Assemblyman Thiele, Senator LaValle And Supervisor Throne-Holst Propose Zoning Initiative For College Property

School News - Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. (I, D, WF-Sag Harbor), State Senator Ken LaValle, and Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst have co-authored a plan to ensure that the Southampton and Community College campuses in Southampton would always be dedicated to higher education.

The Children's International Workshop At Union Square

School News - The annual Art Show is coming up for the Children's International Workshop. This event has taken place every year since the school opened its doors back in 1978.

Community College Funding Strengthens To Middle Class

School News - Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. applauded Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature for their continued commitment to education, increasing state aid to SUNY and CUNY community colleges by $39.1 million (per Academic Year) in the 2012-2013 State Budget.

LaValle: Rocky Point Aid Restored

School News - Senator Kenneth P. LaValle announced that the just passed NY State Budget legislation included language that ensures the Rocky Point School District will receive $2.3 million in building aid for capital improvement projects within the district dating back to before 2007.

State Legislature Adds $805 Million In Aid To Education

School News - Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. reported that the State Assembly had approved an $805 million increase in State Aid to Education as part of the Final 2012 State Budget

Thiele Welcomes Local Students To Assembly In Albany

School News - Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. (I, D, WF-Sag Harbor) welcomed local students to the Assembly Chamber in Albany.

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