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04/05/19 6:20am

The debate over the contentious topic of a turf field for Mattituck Cutchogue Union Free School District has concluded: Next month, voters will see a ballot item to approve or reject the $1.6 million project. READ

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03/03/19 6:00am

A solemn middle-aged man enters his living room. He sits down, takes a deep breath and looks directly at his daughter, seated across from him.

“Tell me it’s a joke,” he says, holding up her suicide note. “It’s gotta be a joke; it can’t be real.”

She doesn’t answer. Instead, she listens, as he shares what his life would be like without her. READ

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02/28/19 5:00am

Longtime baseball coach Steve DeCaro will not return to the Mattituck High School baseball field this season.

Mr. DeCaro, who was placed on administrative leave last fall, will be replaced by longtime assistant coach Gene Rochler of Wading River. READ

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02/18/19 9:40am

Officials in the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District released a preliminary budget for the 2019-20 academic year, showing a spending plan on par to last year’s figures.

Superintendent Jill Gierasch unveiled the budget, estimated at $40.7 million, at a board meeting Thursday. It’s the first budget she’s overseen as superintendent in Mattituck after joining the district last June. READ

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02/17/19 10:38am

Fifth- and sixth-grade students at Cutchogue East Elementary School in the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District demonstrated their musical and theatrical talents during a special performance of “Seussical Jr.” on Jan. 25 and 26. (more…)

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01/23/19 5:54am

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

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01/22/19 5:55am

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

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01/17/19 5:30am

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

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12/23/18 5:52am

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