Reminder: Grab and Go Curbside pick-up switch back to Wednesdays from noon to 1pm this week (9/18) and will stay at this time for the foreseeable future. Parents of hybrid learners will now receive breakfast and lunch for the weekends as well as for any days their student is not in school in person, including holidays. Children not attending school in person will receive breakfast and lunch for every day of the week including the weekend. Meals will be frozen or shelf stable. Click here to order your meals and view the menu: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf2a6BrZZo4JLAGIJ8yvBdCJOKFF-YnM1BfnrH5AZ-IAGoAjQ/viewform
Friday, November 13 is World Kindness Day. Kindness starts in East Hampton; help us spread it!
East Hampton Board of Education is seeking citizens interested in serving on the Board to complete a term ending in November 2021. Letters of interest and resume should be submitted to Paul K. Smith, Superintendent of Schools at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 16 @ 12:00 PM.
Parents - we need you to fill out the survey for your child's Back-to-School Learning Model. The survey was emailed Fri. Aug. 14th. Information on the choices can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sGPbBG8u1mHya80-B-eu8c31paVmZy9a/view?fbclid=IwAR2nFqOGiwSnR71u8PzcPvXCV8STwFIWNT21G1RxQ6HJzMgnON4eay0AlQk Please make sure you complete by Fri. Aug. 21st. If you have questions, attend the ZOOM Meeting - Tuesday, August 18 - 7:00 PM. (Link for Zoom meeting was emailed to parents on August 14.)
Grab & Go Meals to continue all Summer long! The school year is soon coming to a close, but our meal distribution via our Grab & Go meals will continue! Same place, same time, same procedure. #EHStrong
Operation Grab-&-Go Meals was in full swing today! Although the weather was cold and dreary, the greeting from our Nutritional Director Jen Bove was bright and cheery! Meanwhile - inside our dedicated cafeteria staff prepared over 1000 meals while maintaining social distancing!
Grab and Go meal pick-ups in progress! So much gratitude for our hard working cafeteria staff! Over 200 families being served!
It's Random Acts of Kindness Week (February 17-21). Join in!
There will be a TWO HOUR DELAY for the East Hampton Public Schools on Wednesday, December 18.
East Hampton Schools are CLOSED on Tuesday, December 17.
There will be TWO HOUR DELAY on Wednesday, December 11.
East Hampton Public Schools are CLOSED on Tuesday, December 3.
As a result of power outages and two schools without power, there will be NO SCHOOL for the East Hampton Public Schools on Friday, November 1. The 2-hour delay has been changed to NO SCHOOL.
There will be a TWO HOUR DELAY for the East Hampton Public Schools on Friday, November 1.
Great story on East Hampton student Reilly Howard, who deservedly so is being called a hero! https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/on-air/as-seen-on/East-Hampton-Teen-Saves-Life-of-Boy-Hundreds-of-Miles-Away_Hartford-564005702.html?fbclid=IwAR0yLG3AeFPTr7largk1Tml_KQi04Wy2fblmFOhncECF7_yT54eR86Ulmes
Please note that effective Tuesday, September 17, the East Hampton Public Schools will be following the guidelines of the DPH in regards to EEE. All outdoor after school activities, athletic practices, athletic games/events will end prior to dusk until the first heavy frost.
The East Hampton Board of Education will discuss the installation of vaping detectors in locations in the High School. The Board will discuss the program at their meeting on Monday, 9/23 at 6:30 PM at the High School. Come and express your thoughts.
Guest speaker at the annual East Hampton Faculty & Staff Convocation - Tuesday, August 27 was KID GOVERNOR of CT and Grade 6 student at East Hampton Middle School, Ella Briggs!
Staff, parents, students, and community members are welcome to join us for a "drop-in" reception on Thursday, August 22 in the East Hampton HS Cafeteria to welcome new High School Principal, Mr. Eric Verner. Please join us and help give him a warm "Bellringer" reception.
Don't miss INTO THE WOODS this weekend at the High School! The YPCCA performance features the hard wrok of 80 students of all ages. You can see it on Thursday-Saturday, August 25-27 at 7:00 PM and on Sunday, August 28 at 2:00 PM.