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Bridgehampton School to Look Into Competitive Cheerleading

Posted on 30 December 2014

Bridgehampton High School could become a local powerhouse in competitive cheerleading, if Athletic Director Eric Bramoff gets his wish. With its history of strong basketball and traditional cheerleading programs, the school may pursue hosting a competitive team on which girls would perform flips, mounts and other coordinated gymnastics-style moves on mats against other teams.

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Sag Harbor School Board Votes to Stop Broadcasting Public Input

Posted on 17 December 2014

In an effort to avoid rebroadcasting public statements that could lead to liability issues for the school district down the road, the Sag Harbor Board of Education in a 4-3 vote on Monday agreed to continue videotaping its meetings, but to omit the public input sessions from the broadcast.

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Sag Harbor School District Paints Sobering Picture of Financial Future

Posted on 17 December 2014

With salary and benefit costs taking up nearly 82 percent of the school district’s 2013-14 budget and the unlikelihood of the New York State-mandated 2-percent tax cap being discontinued, the Sag Harbor School District is crafting a long-term fiscal plan in hopes of keeping its faculty and programs intact down the road.

With No Clear Option for Later Start Times, School District Asks Community for Help

Posted on 12 December 2014

After hosting seven workshops in less than two months, the Sag Harbor School District has made headway on researching ways to move school start times later, but remains far from ready to implement a change.

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Sag Harbor School Board Considers Adjustments to Videotaping Policy

Posted on 12 December 2014

Rounding out a six-month trial period of videotaping its meetings for public broadcast, the Sag Harbor Board of Education decided Tuesday it will continue to record them, but not without making a few adjustments to the policy.

Alumni Artists on Display at the Ross School

Posted on 22 November 2014

Their artistic pursuits have taken them to coveted galleries, television studios and the country’s best art schools, but, working across mediums and the world, the 19 artists in this month’s Alumni Art Exhibition have one thing in common: they cultivated their creativity at the Ross School.

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Updated Communications Plan for Sag Harbor School District

Posted on 22 November 2014

Seven months after the Sag Harbor School District Communications Committee presented its recommendations to the school board for better communications, Superintendent Katy Graves on Monday, November 17, offered her view of how to best move forward.

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Fame Debuts at Pierson Middle-High School

Posted on 13 November 2014

“Fame – The Musical,” the age-old story of a group of struggling, young performing artists in New York’s Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, the city’s high school for the performing arts, is coming to Sag Harbor with a junior version of the production debuting this Thursday, November 13 performed by the Pierson Middle School Theatre [...]

Sag Harbor School District to Consider Six Options for Later Start Times at Pierson

Posted on 12 November 2014

Striving to be leaders in the national trend toward later high school starting times, Sag Harbor administrators have outlined six options of potential time changes for the school district.

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Celebration Planned to Honor Mary Anne Jules’s Long Career at Bridgehampton School

Posted on 06 November 2014

To honor her 32 years of service to the Bridgehampton School, its students and athletics programs, the Bridgehampton Teacher Association will host a celebration of Mary Anne Jules’s retirement at Almond Restaurant in Bridgehampton on Monday, November 10.

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