A group of residents has sued the East Hampton School District challenging the findings of an environmental impact study of school-owned property on Cedar Street, where officials had hoped to build a bus facility.
The first deadline some students will encounter is Wednesday’s early decision date, when thousands of students across the country will click the “submit” button for only their single most desired college or university.
An environmental impact study of a proposed East Hampton School District bus depot on a Springs-Fireplace Road parcel owned by the town, which the district hopes to buy, was neutral on the issues it examined, with the firm that conducted the study recommending that it move forward with the plan.
A celebration of the Long Pond Greenbelt on Saturday at the South Fork Natural History museum will feature free guided trail walks, games, craft making, and a variety of activities provided by local environmental and community organizations.
When East Hampton Middle School students were taken outside their comfort zone — the classroom — for a memorable lesson, they were offered a chance to reflect on what they were being taught from firsthand experience.