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03/22/19 6:00am

1,600 cracked floor tiles.

That’s a portion of what the Greenport Union Free School District’s proposed $27.1 million bond project, or Capital Improvement Plan, would fix. The project, first proposed last February, would transform and refurbish multiple parts of the school. (more…)

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03/12/19 5:55am

Greenport Union Free School District has reduced the total cost of its proposed Capital Improvement Plan by $2.8 million. District officials presented a revision on the proposed plan last Tuesday and listed potential options that would reduce the cost even further by scaling back athletic upgrades. READ

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02/06/19 6:04am

Greenport Union Free School District has unveiled an ambitious $29.8 million proposal to transform the current school building, improve security and upgrade athletic facilities, among other changes. Superintendent David Gamberg presented the plan at a special Board of Education meeting Tuesday. READ

02/05/19 6:00am

Did you go to elementary school in the 1970s or ’80s? Was it the 1950s or ’60s? If so, you probably took statewide standardized tests along with 100 percent of your classmates — tests that were designed to give our teachers valuable information on how to help us improve as students. READ

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01/24/19 6:00am

Schools in two North Fork districts have been labeled as needing academic improvement under new accountability designations released last week by the State Education Department.

The standards were created to ensure New York’s compliance with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act, which requires states to hold public schools accountable for students’ achievement.  READ