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04/28/17 5:55am

The Oysterponds School District is proposing a spending increase of $24,373 — or .43 percent — in its 2017-18 school budget.

The district plans to raise the tax levy by .48 percent to stay under the tax cap. That translates to an increase of 18 cents per $100 of assessed value. An average home assessed at $6,000 would have an estimated increase of $10.82, according to a district budget brochure.

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06/08/16 7:00am

Oysterponds Elementary School

While Southold Town was established more than 350 years ago, one of its public school districts is just now celebrating its 50th birthday this summer. The Oysterponds School District was created in 1966 after the North Fork’s easternmost hamlets, Orient and East Marion, merged their school systems, which were each nearly 90 years old at the time.

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07/21/15 6:44pm
07/21/2015 6:44 PM

The Oysterponds School District’s annual summer report will be presented Aug. 4 at Poquatuck Hall in Orient.

Oysterponds school board members will be on hand to have an informal discussion about the pre-K through sixth-grade district and its future plans.

The meeting starts at 5 p.m. and is open to the public.

For more information, call the school at (631) 323-2410.