Twenty Mattituck High School juniors and seniors gathered in the school library Monday morning for a presentation on suicide prevention.
During the day-long session, students not only learned about the facts and warning signs of suicide, but were given tips on how to be better public speakers.
Mattituck High School graduates who have since served as active members of the armed forces will be honored for their service this week in a ceremony at the school.
Coordinated by Barbara Sheryll, graduates from any year will be recognized with plaques bearing their name, picture, year of graduation and military branch. The plaques will be displayed on a Hallway of Honor at the school.
Whenever Marissa Russo thinks of Tom Brennan, she pictures him in his classroom, leaning back in a chair with his feet on the desk and a cup of gas-station coffee in his hand.
The 2011 Mattituck graduate always envisions her former teacher laughing his signature “silent but deep” booming belly laugh, too.
Mattituck High School students openly bullied each other Monday morning — for educational purposes.
The students, members of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club, performed skits for third-graders at Cutchogue East Elementary School to illustrate bullying and demonstrate that ignoring it can be just as destructive. READ
The community is invited to attend a workshop on mindfulness practices held in the Mattituck High School Library on Thursday, Nov. 2. READ
The first-ever all-class reunion for Mattituck High School drew more than 100 alumni over two days of festivities this weekend.
When the time came for Alex Bradley to choose an Eagle Scout project, he looked to the past for inspiration.
The recent Mattituck High School graduate devoted his time to sorting through nearly 400 boxes of material excavated from a construction site in Glen Cove. READ
The Mattituck High School Class of 2017 celebrated its graduation Saturday morning. Principal Shawn Petretti announced that over $88,000 in scholarships would be distributed during the commencement ceremony at Mattituck High School. READ
Heading into the New York State Class B semifinal in Binghamton, the Mattituck baseball team knew it was in for a long evening at the plate against standout Livonia High School pitcher Reid VanScoter.
What the Tuckers would learn Friday is that the rest of the Livonia squad is pretty darn good, too. READ
Mattituck High School called for an early dismissal of its students early Thursday due to a power outage caused by a downed tree, according to the district’s Facebook page.
Students will be sent home at 1:45 p.m., officials said.