Sagaponack common school District

Great things come in small packages

Welcome

The Sagaponack School is one of the few remaining public one-room school houses in the country. Known locally as “the Little Red Schoolhouse,” the Sagaponack School educates children in grades K-3 in an intimate and nurturing environment that combines an historic setting with a rich and varied curriculum. With a low student-teacher ratio and an open floor plan for all grade levels, Sagg Kids receive the individual attention they need to meet—and in most cases exceed—New York State educational standards for elementary education.

Newsletter

See some of our activities for the second half of the 2020-21 school year. 

Welcome to our Little School House

See our school in action.

september 2021

No Events

october 2021

06oct3:00 pmBack to School Parent Meeting

11octAll DayColumbus Day- No School

12octAll DayLibrary

19oct10:00 am11:30 amHank’s Pumpkintown Field Trip 10:00am

K through 3

Sagaponack Common School District can provide the best foundation

Our Primary program is individualized, unique, and unparalleled in public education. We offer a unique and personalized experience for our students and families

Personalization

Small student-to-teacher ratio

Technology

Chromebooks/SMART Boards/Touch Laptops

Phys Ed

Seasonal off site
gym program

Community

Character building and good citizenship

Robotics

Coding and programming

The Arts

Foreign language & fine arts curriculum

testimonials

Words of experience from our school community

"The close-knit community at the Sagg School is like a second family—they do everything in their power to make you happy while showing you that school can be fun, exciting, and challenging all at once. In my four years at the Little Red Schoolhouse, I formed lasting friendships with other kids regardless of our age differences, and was provided with a work ethic and genuine love for learning that has guided me at every step in my education."
Jack Louchheim
Alumni
“Sagg school provides a nurturing environment for learning. It's small size and various ages teaches the children not only to help one another, but also the importance of not being afraid to "ask for help"...a must needed life skill! For over 155 years our "little red schoolhouse" has taught so many children to love school.”
Ellen Wilford
Parent
"It has been a pleasure to become more involved with the Sagg School as the community representative on the Shared Decision-Making Committee. As a fairly new member of the SDMC, it has been eye-opening to see the depth of devotion and commitment shown by the teachers, staff and administration to the students in all aspects of school life."
Elizabeth Barton
SDMC Member
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