12/18/2018 6:00 AM

From transporting war veterans across farmland in the 1940s, to sitting aesthetically in front of Mattituck High School in 2018 — this tractor’s done it all in Mattituck. 

A shiny red and cream-colored tractor sits outside the main entrance of Mattituck High School. At night, the vehicle glows white from spotlights and Christmas lights. READ

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11/24/18 5:53am

Dina Rose

Mattituck High School art teacher Dina Rose has received the 2018 Art Educator of the Year award by the New York State Art Teachers Association.

Ms. Rose, who is the current vice president of NYSATA, received the award Nov. 18 at the 70th annual NYSATA conference “Transformation: A New Era in Art Education” at the Adams Marc Hotel in Buffalo. READ

10/22/18 5:55am
10/22/2018 5:55 AM

Mattituck resident Barry Miller, a petty officer second class in the U.S. Navy, has a new place to call home: the open seas. 

A 2010 graduate of Mattituck High School, he has been deployed as a fire controlman aboard the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea, according to a Sept. 28 press release from American Connections Media Outreach.  READ

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06/16/18 3:42pm

The Mattituck High School Class of 2018 celebrated its graduation Saturday morning with its commencement ceremony at Mattituck High School.

Salutatorian Alexander Bellavia and valedictorian Alexandra Talbot both addressed their classmates with speeches.

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05/18/18 6:00am

Visitors to Mattituck High School in the last three weeks have been greeted by large cardboard boxes set underneath a poster showing students inside Turkish elementary school classrooms. Many of those students, who are being educated in rural areas of Turkey, are Syrian refugees. READ

04/25/18 6:00am
04/25/2018 6:00 AM

LaValle, Palumbo meet with North Fork students

High school students from Greenport and Southold filed into the library at Mattituck High School Friday, joining Mattituck students seated in chairs forming a “U.”

Seated across from the students was State Senator Ken LaValle and State Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo, who fielded questions from the students about gun laws, school safety and mental health issues.

“I love the opportunity to come and interact with students because you are the future,” Mr. LaValle said. — READ