Leonard Skuggevik will be named superintendent of the Shelter Island School District, replacing Dr. Michael Hynes, sources say. (Credit: The Suffolk Times, file)
Editor’s note: The story has been updated to reflect the version that appears in the July 31st issue of The Suffolk Times.
Greenport High School’s principal of the past five years is leaving to become superintendent of the Shelter Island School District.
The Mattituck school board hopes to elect a president during a special meeting Thursday (Credit: Jennifer Gustavson file)
After the Mattituck board of education was unable to choose a president at its July 10 meeting because one member tried to participate via Skype, the board will be holding a special meeting next week to resolve the matter. (more…)
Chris Johnson of CJ’s American Grill in Mattituck gives the teens a cooking demonstration. (Credit: Claire Leaden)
A half dozen students competed in the inaugural teen cook-off at Mattituck High School on July 17. The event was sponsored by non-profit community group The North Fork Alliance Youth Advisory Council.
Judges from three local restaurants picked the winner.
Find out who won and more at northforker.com.
• Desiree Reese of Cutchogue has graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Stony Brook University, where she also made the spring dean’s list and received a Socratic Legacy Honor. She will continue her studies at SBU toward a master’s in social welfare. (more…)
Cutchogue East principal Kathleen Devine. (Credit: courtesy photo)
Cutchogue East Elementary School students will see at least one new face on the first day of school this September.
Kathleen Devine of Bayport, 57, was hired last Thursday to replace Anne Smith, who will step into her own new role as Mattituck-Cutchogue School District superintendent after James McKenna retires July 31. (more…)
Greenport Junior-Senior High fourth-quarter honor roll
The Mattituck-Cutchogue School District has generated more than $5 million in surpluses and created an undue burden for taxpayers over the last three fiscal years, according to the findings of a state audit.
Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School in Riverhead is offering a driver’s education course this summer.
The New York State approved program runs between July 28 and Aug. 19 — five days a week, three hours per day.
After successful completion of the course, students will receive an MV-285 certificate and be eligible to test for a senior license at age 17.
Students must be 16 years old and have a learner’s permit to register. Space is limited.
For more information, call (631) 727-5900, ext. 320.
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Grade 12: Ria Anasagasti; Robert Anderson; Justina Babcock; Giuliana Buono; Savannah Calderale; Kelsea Cassone; Kimberly Connolly; Jamie Grigonis; Shannon Guyer; Daniel Insogna; Amy Kandora; Justine Kundmueller; Leah LaFreniere; Anna Mahaffy; Robert Mahony; Jose Membreno; Caroline Metz; Cassidy Mignone; Danielle Pagano; Logan Pfister; Gary Prieto; Shannon Quinn; Laura Rempel; Jessica Rizzo; Michael Schade; Abigail Scharadin; Shannon Smith; Daniel Stahl; Timothy Stankewicz; Dylan Stromski; Cynthia VanBourgondien. (more…)
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Grade 12: Pamela Batist, Laurel Bertolas, Christine Bieber, Shailla Candelario, Helen Chen, Autumn Harris, Taylor Hart, Melissa Hickox, Desirae Hubbard, Jaclyn Imbriano, Molly Kowalski, Robert Krudop, Nicole L’Hommedieu, Joseph Macaluso, Kyra Martin, Douglas Massey, Nina Nickerson, Jennifer Pautke, Mirsa Perez, Tyler Rochon, Nicole Scartozzi, Lauren Waters, Rachel Winkler, Qiong You. (more…)