Morning Announcements 'Host' Helps Bridgehampton Students Start Their Day On Right Note
Sag Harbor School Board Forms Committee To Look At Changing Columbus Day, Celebrating Juneteenth
Bridgehampton Now Looking At January Date For Opening Of Addition
The Sag Harbor Union Free School District has plans to form a task force to discuss changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day and adding Juneteenth to next year’s school calendar.
Beloved Greeter and School Monitor in Sag Harbor, Cathy Carlozzi, Announces Her Retirement
Project MOST and Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center Project Provide Childcare Options for Parents...
Project MOST and Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center Project Provide Childcare Options for Parents in Need During COVID-19
Ross School Sees Surge In Enrollment
Hayground School opened September 2 — two weeks earlier than normal — to be better prepared for the challenging road ahead as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
To track cases in schools as opening commences, Governor Cuomo announced the state Department of Health will require schools to report the number of known cases to the agency every day.
Bethany Carriero, who has served as principal of Pierson Middle School since 2018, will be named principal of Pierson High School on Thursday, September 10, the Sag Harbor School District announced.
Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton School Districts Prepare for Reopening
Even though its hours are limited, the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor has launched a series of new programs to help students — and their parents — cope with the brave new world of education in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.
Second grade teacher Maryellen LeClerc, who has taught in Sag Harbor for 33 years, and kindergarten teacher Susan Raebeck, who has spent 23 years at the school, have both announced plans to retire.
Given the prominence of immigration in the current national debate, it’s not unusual that the Sag Harbor Historical Society would present an exhibit on it. What is unusual is that the exhibit, “Then and Now: A Story of Immigration in Sag Harbor,” which opens on Sunday, August 23, has been curated by 17-year-old Aubrey Peterson, who will be a senior at East Hampton High School this fall.
With East End school districts still trying to figure out just what shape the upcoming school year will take, they also find themselves juggling with the prospect that second homeowners, who have taken refuge on the East End during the coronavirus pandemic, might enroll their children in local schools en masse, overwhelming the ability of schools to provide a safe classroom experience in the age of social distancing.