06/18/2018 6:00 AM

The Mattituck-Cutchogue School District was recently awarded a $203,522 grant from the New York State Education Department. The grant, which was announced at the district’s Board of Education meeting Thursday, would go toward the district’s foreign language program. READ

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06/16/18 3:42pm

The Mattituck High School Class of 2018 celebrated its graduation Saturday morning with its commencement ceremony at Mattituck High School.

Salutatorian Alexander Bellavia and valedictorian Alexandra Talbot both addressed their classmates with speeches.

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06/14/18 2:00pm

More than two dozen first-grade students waved American flags during a ceremony Thursday morning where they sang patriotic songs and watched as a flag that once flew over the U.S. Capitol was raised outside Cutchogue East Elementary School. (more…)

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05/18/18 6:00am

Visitors to Mattituck High School in the last three weeks have been greeted by large cardboard boxes set underneath a poster showing students inside Turkish elementary school classrooms. Many of those students, who are being educated in rural areas of Turkey, are Syrian refugees. READ

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05/06/18 5:00am

Students across three grades in the Mattituck School District read the book “I Will Always Write Back” by Caitlin Alifirenka, Martin Ganda and Liz Welch. The students in sixth, seventh and eighth grade, then got the chance to discuss the book with two of the authors — all via Skype. READ

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05/02/18 6:00am

Wild life book mattituck students

Ask a Mattituck eighth-grader what a bob-tailed grackle is and they can tell you. Curious about the golden-crowned kinglet? They know all about that bird, too.

Curious about any other animals on the North Fork? The eighth-graders can answer your questions. 

That’s because, as a class, they researched over 100 animal species that reside here, compiling all their information into a recently published book. The students also created illustrations of each animal, as well as nine habitats on the North Fork, to accompany the information. READ