Adam Fine, principal of East Hampton High School, will move up to be East Hampton Union Free School District superintendent when Richard Burns retires at the end of 2021. Robert Tymann, the assistant superintendent, will also be retiring.
“I’m excited about it,” Fine said. “There are some superintendent searches going on closer to where I live, but I love East Hampton, and this is my community.”
Fine is a resident of the Moriches area.
In other school news, the district closed on a property it purchased from East Hampton Town on Springs Fireplace Road for its new transportation depot.
A full story will appear in next week’s paper.