Sag Harbor Elementary is the Sag Harbor Union Free School District's primary school, serving kindergarten through…More fifth grade. The district serves the villages of Sag Harbor and North Haven, as well as parts of Noyac and Bridgehampton. The entire school population meets each morning for a 20-minute program in the gymnasium that includes songs and presentations on that school year's themes.
The elementary school has an active PTA, a school psychologist, guidance counselor, reading teacher, speech pathologist, special education teachers and a social worker. There is also an English as a Second Language, or ESL, staff. The principal is Matthew Malone.
John Jermain's library district shares its boundaries with the Sag Harbor School District. It includes Sag Harbor,…More North Haven, Noyac and Mt. Misery. Patrons may renew and request books online through Jermain's website and also pay fines. The website offers research databases and access to Live-brary.com, a Suffolk County libraries-operated resources for downloading and streaming audiobooks, e-books, music and video.
Jermain has every issue of the Sag Harbor Corrector newspaper on microfilm, from 1822 through 1911, and every issue of The Sag Harbor Express, from 1859 to the present. It also has an extensive Bible collection. Catherine Creedon has served as director of the library since 2007.
The Friends of the Library underwrites library programs and stimulates public awareness and use of the library.
John Jermaine will undergo a major renovation between February 2011 and June 2012, which will add 7,200 square feet of floorspace to the library, doubling its current size. During the expansion, the John Jermaine will be housed in a temporary facility at 34 West Water Street.
Pierson Middle School shares a building with the Sag Harbor School District's high school. It has an active PTSA…More and a close relationship with Bay Street Theatre for after-school performing arts programs and internships. Pierson also offers English as a second language, or ESL. Because it is a small school, the Pierson athletes participate in sports teams that are also made up of Bridgehampton and East Hampton students.
The principal is George Nichols, and Barbara Bekermus is the assistant principal.
The Sagaponack School is the sole school in the Sagaponack School District. It serves children from first through…More fourth grade. Kindergarten students are tuitioned to East Hampton School District. For grades five through 12, parents have the option of having the district tuition their children to either East Hampton or the Sag Harbor School District.
The superintendent is Lee Ellwood and the head teacher is Diana McGinniss. School board meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 7pm.
Bridgehampton School 2685 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY11932 The Bridgehampton Union Free School District serves children from 3-year-old pre-kindergarten through 12th grade at its…More school on Montauk Highway. The school features an "edible garden," and its fresh vegetables are served in the school cafeteria. Because the school has just 170 students, most of its sports teams are shared with East Hampton High School and/or Pierson High School in Sag Harbor. However, Bridgehampton does have a very competitive boys basketball team, The Killer Bees, which has won several state championships. Out-of-district students are accepted for a tuition fee. The superintendent is Dr. Lois Favre and the principal is John Pryor.