Students at Cutchogue East Elementary School will soon be eating the fruits and vegetables grown in the school garden and harvested by third- to sixth-graders who belong to the school’s garden club.
Over the years, Anne Smith has worked to teach the importance of acceptance and diversity in the local school community.
As superintendent of the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District, she included diversity as a key part of the district’s mission and worked with the Board of Education’s diversity committee.
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
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.
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.
Nominees for the 15th Annual Teeny Awards, which showcase the best in local high school theater, were announced Thursday morning. READ
Most local school districts are close to using up all of the allotted snow days and are hoping to squeak by without having to use any more for fear of having to open during break.
As 2016 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on all the changes that took place at local schools over the past 12 months. The Suffolk Times sat down with Anne Smith, superintendent of the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District, and David Gamberg, shared superintendent of the Southold and Greenport school districts, to discuss the past year, which included school garden expansions, the introduction of Project Fit and increased security measures.
The Mattituck-Cutchogue School District has scheduled a public meeting to gain feedback on the district’s future goals.