Some 50 mentors from a range of professions — including elected officials, artists, writers, photographers, graphic designers, a veterinarian, chefs, and police officers — talked about their careers with East Hampton High School sophomores on Tuesday morning.
The Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter has invited fourth through 10th graders to spend Friday evenings between 6 and 9 in a “safe and structured environment to socialize and explore their interests,” according to a release.
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.