Education

League of Women Voters Sways, Recruits Pierson Student Voters

  In an attempt to get seniors at Pierson High School registered to vote, the League of Women Voters (LWV) visited the school on Tuesday...

Hayground School March 19, 2009

Hayground's oldest students completed their winter apprenticeships last Thursday. Some students remained on campus and apprenticed with a range of talented chefs from the...

Ross School March 19, 2009

Ross Upper School The seventh grade class performed three separate productions of an abridged version of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in the Senior Lecture Hall on...

Bridgehampton School March 19, 2009

March Students of the Month were awarded to Akayda Grizzle, Caleigh Hochstedler, Robert Hernandez, Faith Disilvia-Johnson, and Matthew Hostetter. Ms. Wolfe’s Earth Science class will...

Sag Harbor Elementary March 19, 2009

At Morning Program the guest on “I Love This Town,” hosted by kindergarten teacher Nina Landi and teaching assistant Paula Krzyzewski, was Emma Walton...

Stella Maris March 19, 2009

Pat Sliwienski and Diane Lester's preschool class at Stella Maris in East Hampton recently traveled back in time to the prehistoric era to learn...

Tuition Hike at Ross Leaves Some Parents Wondering

By Marianna Levine   Earlier this month, an email went out to all Ross School families announcing an increase in tuition of approximately 25 percent, a...

Big Fix Could Cost $7 mil

After a semester’s worth of meetings on a facility study, the Sag Harbor School District’s long-range planning committee finally brought their suggestions to the...

Study Reveals Sister is Germiest — and other tales from the annual school science...

Wonder which beverage stains teeth the most? Well, fifth-grader Rose O’Donoghue was curious, so she tested six drinks — red wine, V-8, coffee, tea,...

Area Students May Get to Choose Pierson

The Sag Harbor School district is “moving slowly,” but moving none the less on trying to get more students to come to the...

There is Hope Lunch will Pay for itself at the Sag Harbor Schools

The lunch program for the Sag Harbor School District is nearly out of the “red zone,” according to those in the department and district...

Pierson’s Crowd Pleasers

  Cheerleaders at Pierson High School are not just doing the old “ra, ra, sis boom ba,” cheer, that has been done so many times...

Propose Changes to Music Program

A music consultant hired last fall by the Sag Harbor School District gave his report and recommendations for both the elementary and middle/high school...

Sag Harbor School’s Budget Advisory Committee Proposes $29.5 million

The projected Sag Harbor school budget for next year is $29.5 million, a 3.3 percent increase over last year’s spending plan, although those numbers...

School Approves Laptops for All Students

Next year, the Sag Harbor School District is hoping to give all students in the fifth and sixth grades a laptop that would stay...

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The doctor’s comments came during a virtual Express Sessions panel on July 30, “Local Districts Face Tough Decisions Ahead,” hosted by the Express News Group via Zoom. The event brought together five area school superintendents: Lars Clemensen of Hampton Bays, Dr. Nicholas Dyno of Southampton, Jeff Nichols of Sag Harbor, Michael Radday of Westhampton Beach, and Debra Winter of Springs. Also on the panel were State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. and Jim Kinnier, the president of the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor.

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