Southampton Elementary School 30 Pine St, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Elementary School had a major renovation in 2009 that also included an extension, which gave the school more…More classrooms and its first elevator. The extra space also allowed the prekindergarten to move from rented space at the First Presbyterian Church of Southampton to the elementary school building. The building was originally Southampton High School, and the old elementary school is now Southampton Town Hall next door. The elementary school has a dual language program in which children, starting in kindergarten, learn all of their subjects in both English and Spanish, on alternate days. By the time they reach middle school, students are nearly fluent in both languages.
Southampton Youth Association 33 Flying Point Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Under the slogan "Sports Build Character and Bring Us Together," the Southampton Youth Association is a nonprofit agency…More that coordinates sports programs and summer camps exclusively for the Southampton School District. Programs are designed for children and teens 4 years old and older and geared to all skill levels. SYA summer camp takes place at Southampton Elementary School. The Reverend Marvin Dozier serves as the director of operations, and Mary Topping is president of the board of directors.
Southampton Union Free School District 70 Leland Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Located on the grounds of Southampton Intermediate School, the district office includes the superintendent's office,…More grounds and maintenance, payroll, personnel and the business office. The district includes an elementary school, the intermediate school, a high school and pre-kindergarten. The current superintendent of schools is Dr. J. Richard Boyes, Ed.D.
Southampton Public Schools Bus Garage 136 Old Mill Rd, Water Mill, NY11976 The Southampton Public Schools Bus Garage is the bus depot for the Southampton School District, serving the elementary,…More intermediate and high school.
Southampton Montessori School 135 Saint Andrews Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Montessori School is located on four acres in Shinnecock Hills. It offers both morning and afternoon…More sessions and an extended-day session for kindergarteners. Classes are held in mixed-age groups, between three and six years old. Parents wishing to enroll their children at Southampton Montessori should call to arrange a visit and observe a class in session. Montessori is a three-year curriculum, so preference is given to children who enter school before they turn four years old.
Southampton Town Hall 116 Hampton Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Town Hall is home to the supervisor's office, the town council, town trustees, town clerk, tax receiver, tax…More assessor, town attorney and comptroller. The general services, land management and long-range planning offices are also located here, as well as the board room, where meetings of the town board, planning board, zoning board of appeals and other town government bodies are held. The building was formerly Southampton Elementary School, now located next door to town hall. Southampton Town Hall is the destination for a variety of permits, including building permits, dog licenses, shellfishing and peddling permits, handicap parking permits, marriage licenses, special events permits and taxi licenses.
Tuckahoe School 468 Magee St, Southampton, NY11968 The Tuckahoe School was built in 1938 and extensions were added on in 1958, 1988 and 1995. There are also portable…More classrooms for prekindergarten. It is the sole school in the Tuckahoe Common School District. It serves children through eighth grade. After that, parents have the option of sending their children to either Westhampton Beach High School or Southampton High School. Athletics for seventh and eighth graders are through Southampton School District, but there are also sports clubs at Tuckahoe. The current superintendent-prinicipal is Chris Dyer.
Our Lady of The Hamptons Catholic School 160 N Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Our Lady of the Hamptons is a regional Catholic school supported by St. Rosalie's in Hampton Bays and Our Lady of Poland…More and Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in Southampton Village. The three parishes joined together to found Our Lady of the Hamptons in 1982. The school building was originally built in 1961. The current principal is Sister Kathryn Schlueter. Our Lady of the Hamptons also has a pre-kindergarten in Hampton Bays at St. Rosalie's.
Human Resources of the Hamptons is a charitable organization that provides food, clothing and other aid to those in…More need. HRH has a food pantry for families to visit on a weekly basis and also provides a Thanksgiving meal and holiday gifts. The charity also facilitates home heating oil assistance and rides to doctor's appointments. It is located beneath Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary's parish hall.</p>
<p>HRH organized a program at Southampton Elementary school called After School Academy that provides tutoring for children whose families normally couldn't afford it. Other programs include Serve Our Seniors, performing maintenance on homes of seniors living on a fixed income, and Care for the Caregiver, which delievrs hot meals to the terminally ill and their families.</p>
<p>Every December Human Resources holds The Polar Bear Plunge, a dip in the ocean at Coopers Beach in Southampton Village. Participants donate a minimum of $25 to participate or get sponsors, and the proceeds benefit the food pantry.</p>
<p>The executive director is Mary Tupper.</p>