Education

Marienfeld Resigns

After a tumultuous last couple of months, current Pierson Middle School physical education teacher and former Pierson High School varsity basketball coach, Fred...

Looks Like Shared Transportation is Nixed

By Marianna Levine The focus of the last Bridgehampton School Board meeting of the academic year was appropriately enough on summer school. After looking into...

Shorn Locks Show School Spirit

On the day before April vacation ended, fifth grade teachers George Kneeland and Kelly Hornung learned one of their students, Katy Stewart, was diagnosed...

Principal Will Retire, Says This Time She’s Sure

Over her 20 year tenure at the Sag Harbor Elementary School, principal Joan Frisicano has amassed a collection of kid-friendly items in her first...

Literary Moxie: Student Awarded for Love of Information

On Catherine Creedon’s first day of graduate school in library sciences her professor asked the class why each of them were there and why...

Art Will Be Visible on Voting Day

In light of recent public outcry over art at local polling places, the Sag Harbor School district has announced an alteration in plans to...

Difference of Opinion in Noyac

By Bryan Boyhan Following an informative, but uneventful presentation on the benefits of becoming more environmentally sensitive, things erupted at the monthly meeting of the...

Final Word On Bridgehampton Budget

By Marianna Levine Around 50 people stayed for Bridgehampton’s monthly board of education meeting, which followed the “Meet the Candidates” forum in the school’s gym...

Sag Students Score Well on ELAs

The results are in and a majority of Sag Harbor students from grades third through eighth have passed their English Language Arts ...

Sag Harbor Music Program Will Change

Based on the recommendations of an outside consultant, the Sag Harbor School district will revamp their music program in the fall. Pierson principal Jeff...

Gratto Talks Budget with CONPOSH

"I have a terrific job … but sometimes I feel like an umpire," said Sag Harbor School District Superintendent Dr. John Gratto, as he...

Bridgehampton OKs Teacher Contract, Cuts Two Staff

By Marianna Levine The death of Bridgehampton School freshman Pablo Saldivar overshadowed the district’s brief school board meeting last Wednesday night. However, the primary focus...

Wax Museum: Not So Frozen in Time

Asking a group of ten-year-olds to hold a pose for more than 30 minutes might seem like an impossible feat, but each year the...

Commissioner Nixes Bid to Close Bridgehampton School

By Marianna Levine With three seats available that could ultimately have a dramatic effect on the direction of the Bridgehampton Board of Education, the board...

Budget Big Issue for School Board Candidates

In the months leading up to summer, the weather will get warmer, plants will bloom and potential candidates for the Sag Harbor...

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