Students in Mattituck High School’s Virtual Enterprise class will attend an International Virtual Enterprise trade show in Brooklyn this April to help fund their simulated company.
This year, the class invented “Glow Games,” a company that manufactures illuminated recreational products including pool tables, darts, mini-golf sets, basketballs and more. READ
About five years ago, Jeanine Warns, president of Mattituck-Cutchogue Athletic Booster Club, approached the Mattituck School Board to request a new track for student athletes.
She found herself in a similar situation last Thursday, as she stood at a microphone to inquire about a turf field. READ
Officials in the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District are taking steps in response to “several” reported incidents of students using racist language, “acting in association” with anti-Semitism and joking about their support of and admiration for Nazism and Adolf Hitler. READ
Over the past two months, studio and advanced art students at Mattituck High School have been creating portraits of children on the other side of the world. READ
A sea of about 200 people — students, parents, alumni and members of Mattituck High School’s baseball program — attended the Mattituck-Cutchogue Board of Education meeting Oct. 16 and spoke in support of longtime physics teacher and baseball coach Steve DeCaro, who had been placed on administrative leave for an undisclosed reason. READ
A shiny red and cream-colored tractor sits outside the main entrance of Mattituck High School. At night, the vehicle glows white with Christmas lights. READ
Mattituck-Cutchogue school district officials have begun preliminary discussions on how to spend $3.7 million in reserve funding on repairs, renovations and improvements throughout the district.
As they identify projects, they are seeking input from community stakeholders. READ
The Mattituck High School auditorium will soon be filled with wacky skits, song bits and interpretative dance.
The 83rd annual high school variety show will be presented Friday, Nov. 30, and Saturday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. READ
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
Despite the approval of physics and AP Physics teacher Tom Tomaszewski at the Mattituck-Cutchogue board meeting, seven parents, students and alumni returned to the microphone Thursday to voice continued concerns about teacher and coach Steve DeCaro. READ