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COWs Teach Students How To Use Computers

School News - Hampton Bays students are working with COWs and loving it.


Students Of The Month Announced

School News - Congratulations to the September Students of the Month and their families for such a great accomplishment.


Southampton School News

School News - Since 1975, the second grade classes have enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving Feast specially prepared by their families. This year’s event will be held in the gymnasium on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Before the meal, the students will treat their guests to seasonal poems and songs.


Annonymous Restoration Gift Announced At Windmill Lighting

by Eileen Casey
School News - Along with the marching bands, jazz trio, hot cocoa, cider and treats, Stony Brook President Shirley Strum Kenny will announce an anonymous gift of $100,000 toward the historic Windmill’s restoration and a new fundraising effort to raise $150,000 more for the area landmark.


East Hampton Citizens For A Unified School District Push For A Vote

by Eileen Casey
School News - In response to the heated debate still waging between the Springs and East Hampton school districts regarding the proposed high school tuition increase that will severely impact Springs resident taxpayers, a grassroots organization was formed, calling themselves the “Bonackers For A Unified East Hampton School District.”


Compromise On School Tuition Formula Finally Worked Out

by Eileen Casey
School News - The high school tuition debate between the Springs School and the East Hampton UFSD may have finally been resolved to the mutual agreement and relief of not only school officials involved in the lengthy discussions, but students, parents and taxpayers as well.


Bridgehampton BOE Approves Proposed Budget

by Mariah Quinn
School News - The Bridgehampton School Board did approve its proposed budget of $9,873,698 for the 2008-2009 school year. Up for vote on May 20, the budget represents a 3.19 percent decrease from the current school year’s budget.


Morning Program Gives Students Something To Sing About

School News - Southampton Elementary School will implement a Morning Program fashioned after the successful and “highly effective” Sag Harbor Elementary School’s rendition of the all-school sing-along which encourages parents to join in the celebration of their child’s achievements and performances.


Field Trips To View Scallops and Seaweed

School News - Southampton High oceanography students explore seaweeds of the South Fork; Intermediate School group takes a visit to Scallop Pond.


Pierson High Turns 100 And Celebrates

School News - Sag Harbor's Pierson High School will kick of its Centennial celebrations tomorrow with a community bonfire at Long Beach. Some 800 alumni are expected to converge for the festivities which coincide with this year's Homecoming Weekend.


Spaghetti Dinner, Field Trips On Calendar

School News - Southampton High School Outing Club will host a fund raising spaghetti dinner Oct. 22.


Kindergarten Students Visit Local Pumpkin Patch

School News - Kindergarten classes at Southampton Elementary School visited Hank’s Pumpkin Town as part of their thematic study of the local community harvest.


"Writers Speak" At Stony Brook Southampton Campus

School News - MFA In Writing and Literature Series Continues at Stony Brook Southampton Campus.


Six AP Scholars In Hampton Bays

School News - Hampton Bays Secondary School is proud to announce that five of their 2007 graduates and one current senior have earned the designation of Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar by the College Board


Springs School Tuition Dilemma Topic Of Public Hearing

by Eileen Casey
School News - The high school tuition debate continues between the Springs UFSD and the East Hampton UFSD. A public hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, at the Springs School gymnasium.


East Hampton Citizens For A Unified School District To Pursue Consolidation Study

by Eileen Casey
School News - EH Citizens For A Unified School District have reported they will continue their efforts to study town-wide consolidation of the various neighborhoods schools.


New Wainscott School Opens Doors To Seventeen Excited Students

by Eileen Casey
School News - It took less than a year for the dreams of the Wainscott School community to achieve reality as the young students moved in to their newly constructed school building.


Springs Tuition Formula Recalculated Again Thanks To State Change

by Mariah Quinn
School News - The nearly resolved tuition debate between the East Hampton and Springs school districts faces another small hitch this week as East Hampton Superintendent Dr. Raymond Gaultieri, responding to a question from Board member Stephen Talmage at Tuesday’s regular board meeting, reported he had “been informed today there was a change in the way the Seneca Falls Formula (SFF) is calculated at the state level.”


Innovative Educators Attend Hayground School Pot Luck Dinner

School News - The Hayground School welcomed a quartet of innovative educators from The Young People’s Project to a special community potluck dinner/reception Friday, Jan. 11.


Sag Harbor Superintendent To Resign; Community Caught By Surprise

by Eileen Casey
School News - Sag Harbor School Superintendent Kathryn Holden surprisingly announced she will be resigning effective July 30, 2008 at Monday's regular board of education meeting. The news came as a surprise to school community members in attendance.


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