Featured Story
11/14/16 6:05am

T

As temperatures fall, people are trading their flip-flops and sandals for warm socks and boots.

So at Cutchogue East Elementary School, second-graders spent last month collecting socks to donate to the needy through local outreach programs Community Action Southold Town and Maureen’s Haven. READ

Featured Story
01/27/16 9:00am

Elephants2

Nineteen little hands shot into the air recently at Cutchogue East Elementary School, where the fourth-graders were eager to share what they had learned about the world’s largest land mammal: elephants.

Their wealth of knowledge — and desire to share it — stems from a new schoolwide elephant fostering project, which has spawned interest in an animal that children are more likely to see in a circus or Disney film than in the classroom. READ

09/11/15 12:00pm
09/11/2015 12:00 PM

T0910_bookshelves1_cl_C.jpg

“A book can make you feel better.”

That simple statement, spoken by sixth-grader Sidney Brewer, is the principle that guided a dozen local Girl Scouts in their latest endeavor. For their Bronze Award project, they wanted to give the gift of reading to their community. READ