East Hampton High School

2 Long Lane,  East Hampton, New York 11937   
Phone: (631) 329-4130      Fax: (631) 329-4210

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The East Hampton High School Learning Community, united in purpose, effort, and commitment to academic excellence, will prepare students to enter higher education or the workforce as contributing citizens of a democratic society in a changing world. We are dedicated to helping each student reach their full potential.

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All students at JMMES will be able to have breakfast and lunch this year at no cost, regardless of their families' ability to pay. This program is known as the Community Eligibility Provision.

CEP is not in effect at EHHS or EHMS. Families will need to continue to fill out applications for free and reduced price meals for students who attend those schools, even if there is a student in the same household receiving meals at JMMES at no cost.

Todos los estudiantes de JMMES podrán desayunar y almorzar este año escolar sin costo alguno, independientemente de la capacidad de pago de sus familias. Este programa se conoce como la Provisión de Elegibilidad Comunitaria (CEP).

CEP no está disponible en las escuelas de  EHHS u EHMS. Las familias tienen que continuar llenando solicitudes para comidas gratuitas o de precio reducido para los estudiantes que asisten a esas escuelas, incluso si hay un estudiante en el mismo hogar que recibe comidas en JMMES sin costo alguno.

Please type East Hampton in the search bar and select the school you wish to view. 

You can also download the FD Meal Planner app via 

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Access East Hampton High School's Digital video streaming database. Videos are playable directly through Google. 

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1. Visit nytimes.com/passes to activate your New York Times digital pass. 

2. Click on "Register" and create a free account using the LOG IN WITH GOOGLE OPTION.  If you already have registered a free NYTimes.com account associated with your school email address, log in with those credentials. 

3. Validate your email address. Check your email inbox for a confirmation message from The New York Times. Click on the link in your confirmation message to validate your email address and claim your New York Times Academic Pass. This will bring you back to the academic pass page, where you will select whether you are a student or faculty member and select your graduation year if relevant. 

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