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Cyber Bullying & Mental Health Forum

The East Hampton Substance Abuse Task Force is hosting a Cyber Bullying & Mental Health forum on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 6:00 PM at the LTV
Studios, 75 Industrial Road, Wainscott, NY. The Hope for Depression Research Foundation, the leading non-profit dedicated solely to fighting depression through research and education, is presenting a panel of to discuss the origins, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of depression and its related mood and other emotional disorders – bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, post-traumatic stress syndrome, anxiety disorder and suicide.

The forum is open and free to everyone.


Rotary Youth Leadership Association

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The Rotary Youth Leadership Association (RYLA) is a sophomore leadership program. Participating students were selected from the applications submitted through Rotary International sponsored by the local Rotary District RYLA Committee. The spring RYLA program is a premier leadership conference breaking stereotypes, promoting self-determination, teamwork and self-realization. RYLA is part of Rotary International consisting of more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries, forming 1.2 million members worldwide. Congratulations to our participating students:

Bottom Row- Left to right Erin Kennedy (Facilitator), Hannah Hartsough
Middle Row- Left to right Anni Spacek, Brody Eggert, ColeBenedict, Lucia Ibrahim,
Back Row- Benjamin Barris, Cruz Camacho, Aubrey Peterson, Evan Mendelman.

Congratulations, Strikers!

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Congratulations to the East Hampton Strikers, our Special Olympic bowling team. 7 students competed this past weekend at Bowl Long Island at Patchogue.

Team members in front: Nora Bond, Daivin Palaez, D'Mitri Odom, Samuel Ramirez. Behind: Michael Perez, Jaythan Pinos, and Carolina Roldan. Not pictured: Matthew Abreu Joshua Rodriguez, and Liam Rogers.  The team's coaches are Diane Curtin, Meredith Jacobs, Shaca Jones and Dana Iannitti.

Summer School Program


A Message from Superintendent Richard Burns

Please be advised of a change to this year’s 2018-2019 school calendar.

As we approach the end of March we all know that the weather can be fickle this time of year – there remains a minute chance that we can get a snow storm between now and mid April….. Hopefully, this will not be the case.

If we do not use any snow days or have any other related reason to use snow days (which would be a first since I’ve been Superintendent), school will be in session on Friday, May 10, 2019, and school will be closed on the dates below, and in the following order:

First day closed – June 28th
Second day closed – June 27th
Third day closed – May 28th
Fourth day closed – May 24th

June 26th will be the last day of school.

Un mensaje del Superintendente, Sr. Richard Burns

Buenas Tardes,

Por favor tome en cuenta que el calendario escolar de este año 2018-2019 ha cambiado.

Ya que nos acercamos a fin de marzo todos entendemos que el tiempo cambia constantemente – es una posibilidad que tengamos una tormenta de nieve a mitad de abril. Esperamos que esto no sea el caso.

Si nosotros no utilizamos los días de nieve o por cualquier otra razón para usar los días de nieve (será la primera vez desde que yo he sido superintendente), la escuela estará abierta el viernes, 10 de mayo, 2019 pero estará cerrado los siguientes días en el siguiente orden:

Primer día cerrado: 28 de junio
Segundo día cerrado: 27 de junio
Tercer día cerrado: 28 de mayo
Cuarto día cerrado: 24 de mayo

El 26 de junio será el último día de escuela


Class of 2019 Valedictorian & Salutatorian

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East Hampton High School is pleased to announce the Valedictorian, Emily Hugo and the Salutatorian, Annelise Mendelman for the Class of 2019. Congratulations to both young women for their hard work to achieve this prestigious honor.

Awarded for Leadership

Congratulations to senior Tori Schmitt, for being awarded the Suffolk County High School Principals' Association Leadership Scholarship. The award is designed to honor students who are leaders in their schools. Leadership can be in the form of community service, student government, or the creation of a school-wide program.
Tuesday, April 23, 2019