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01/24/19 10:01pm

In the first four decades of its existence, the Olympic Games awarded medals for painting, sculpture, architecture, literature and music inspired by athletic experiences. A total of 151 medals were awarded from 1912 to 1952 for artwork, according to an article in the Smithsonian. 

But officials eliminated the artistic element of the sports competition in 1954. READ

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01/02/19 6:00am

The New Suffolk Common School District has responded to an audit from the Office of the State Comptroller that said the district has not complied with Local Finance Law.

The audit, released Dec. 14, evaluated the school board’s involvement in the district’s financial operations and checked whether the district complied with state finance law when using a line of credit.  READ

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09/21/18 5:47am

Just weeks after starting a new school year, the New Suffolk Common School community is preparing to say goodbye to principal Christopher Gallagher.

The Board of Education accepted his letter of resignation at a meeting Monday. READ

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04/16/18 11:55am

The public vote on whether to close the New Suffolk School, which was scheduled for Tuesday, has been canceled.

In a special meeting Friday night, the New Suffolk Board of Education voted unanimously to cancel the vote that would have asked residents to decide whether students in grades pre-K through 6 should be sent to Southold School District for the 2018-19 school year. Students in grades 7 through 12 are already sent to Southold. READ

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04/12/18 10:02am

The New Suffolk Board of Education is hoping to cancel next Tuesday’s public vote on tuitioning elementary students to another school.

Board president Tony Dill said at Tuesday night’s meeting that he and teacher Martha Kennelly recently signed an agreement that would allow the historic red schoolhouse to remain open for the 2018-19 school year. READ