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The Greenport School District is depending on state aid to keep its proposed 2018-19 budget under the tax cap.
The proposed budget is currently at a $325,000 shortfall, Superintendent David Gamberg said. READ
As the snow falls rapidly on the East End Tuesday morning, school districts canceled classes and all activities for the day. READ
I am convinced that the foundation of good education is about the concept of building — building a school, building community, building relationships and building a sense of self. READ
The Mattituck School District acted within its rights to exclude Greenport students from competing on the varsity boys lacrosse team this spring. But the decision was still misguided and unfair. READ
Elementary students in the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District will be introduced to world language classes this year and secondary foreign language classes will begin in seventh grade rather than eighth, Superintendent Anne Smith said. READ
The Greenport bookmobile is back this summer with a new component — five Little Free Libraries. READ
With school budget votes only days away, there are a few major developments to keep in mind, especially for taxpayers in the Greenport and New Suffolk districts.
The amount of students who refused to take state-mandated math assessments this week is similar to the English Language Arts opt-out rates in March, according to local school district officials.
Joining educators from around the country, administrators from four local school districts recently sent letters home to parents encouraging them to be aware of a controversial new Netflix series dealing with teen suicide.