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The Beasts from the East, Pierson Robotics Team Starts Work on New Competitive Robot

Posted on 22 January 2014

They design, build and program robots, fundraise for their team and build alliances for intense competition — and they do it all on free periods, during lunch and after school.

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Sag Harbor Parents Express Safety Concerns Over Pick up and Drop off at Pierson Middle/High School

Posted on 22 January 2014

Last Friday afternoon at the end of the school day, Dr. Carl Bonuso was on Division Street waiting to make a left turn into the Pierson Middle/High School parking lot, with his left signal blinking. A Mini Cooper came behind him, swerved to the left and illegally passed Dr. Bonuso, interim superintendent of the Sag Harbor School District.

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Bridgehampton School Ranks in Top 15 Obese Schools on Long Island

Posted on 15 January 2014

Although rates of childhood obesity in New York are showing signs of dropping, schools across the state are still reporting alarming rates of overweight students.

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Sag Harbor School Board Hopes to Host Educational Summit on Administrative Sharing

Posted on 15 January 2014

Facing substantial losses in state aid and severe limitations on its ability to raise local revenue, the Sag Harbor School District is hoping to host an educational summit this summer to discuss sharing administrative services with nearby districts.

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$15,500 in “Public Information” Funding Projected for Sag Harbor School District’s 2014-2015 Budget

Posted on 15 January 2014

In the first budget workshop of the school year, the Sag Harbor School District outlined its projected 2014–2015 budget for support services.

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Bridgehampton Voters Approve $827,000 in Spending for School Capital Projects

Posted on 15 January 2014

Bridgehampton voters overwhelmingly agreed to fund $827,000 in capital projects at the Bridgehampton School, including the installation of new fire escapes and other major repairs considered essential by the district.

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Sag Harbor Residents Talk Parking, Turf at School District Bond Workshops

Posted on 14 January 2014

Residents joined Sag Harbor School District personnel January 8 for a series of workshops reviewing plans for the district’s capital improvement projects, which were approved at the polls by the community on November 13 as part of a nearly $9 million bond.

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Bridgehampton School Capital Improvement Vote Next Tuesday

Posted on 08 January 2014

In need of new fire escapes and other major repairs, the Bridgehampton School District will host a special vote January 14 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the middle school building 4 where the community will weigh in on spending $827,000 in capital reserve funds for improvement projects within the district. Last March, Bridgehampton [...]

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Two-Hour Delay for Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton Schools Tuesday Due to Extreme Cold

Posted on 06 January 2014

In anticipation of bitter cold, freezing rain and icy roads, the Sag Harbor School District has announced all schools will be operating on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, January 7. The morning Pre-K session is cancelled.

The Bridgehampton School District will also be having a two-hour delayed opening Tuesday, according to Dr. Lois Favre, superintendent for the district.

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Ross School in East Hampton Unveils New Marine Science Program

Posted on 23 December 2013

One scientist is looking at the medical applications of 3D printing technology, another is working on a Hydrogen-powered fuel cell and a third is developing an inexpensive way to have a prosthetic limb that responds to brain control. What do the three scientists have in common? They’re all in high school.

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