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06/18/19 5:55am


An accidental switching of competitors’ scores during the National Academic Association’s recent academic bowl cost Southold High School’s junior-varsity quiz team a spot in the playoffs, a representative from NAA said.

After 20 years as founder and adviser to Southold’s JV and varsity academic quiz teams, teacher Ivan Santiago finally saw one of them qualify for nationals. (more…)

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06/04/19 6:00am

They might not be able to drive a car legally, but that won’t stop them from operating a boat.

By the time seventh-graders at Southold schools advance to eighth grade, they’ve already received a state certification in boating — a mandatory part of the school curriculum for over a decade. READ

04/28/19 6:00am
04/28/2019 6:00 AM

HIGH HONOR ROLL

Grade 12: Sabrina Basel, Jonathan Baumann, Ally Boyle, Eric Connolly, Olivia Daddona, Caitria Demeroto, Samantha Dunne, Robert Elliston, Peter Franke, Justin Hanold, Van Karsten, Max Kruszeski, Anakin Mignone, Marie Mullen, Jake Okula, Joseph Owens, Emiliann Palermo, Emily Russell, Olivia Saccamano, Dante Tramontana, Michael Wineberger.

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03/21/19 5:21am

The Southold Union Free School District’s proposed 2019-2020 budget of $30.6 million will remain within the tax cap, administrators said.

The Assistant Superintendent for Business, Chuck Scheid, delivered a presentation to the board Wednesday night which reviewed the district’s sources of revenue and major budget drivers. READ

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01/28/19 5:58am

Students, faculty and community members calling Southold schools may have taken note of the different phone number for the district as of this academic year. 

Audio and visual specialist Erik Kehl and network and systems specialist Tom Schade presented the reason for the phone number change and additional security updates at Wednesday’s board meeting.  READ

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12/16/18 6:00am

At Wednesday’s Southold School Board meeting, member Brian Tobin recalled when Southold alumni admitted to entering the high school building through the back doors in years past.

“That was back when they were students,” he said. “I know we had discussed putting alarms onto the doors so if they’re opened the office gets notified.” READ

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12/12/18 5:55am

Leah Leonard, ENL teacher at Southold Elementary School, stands in front of about 20 Spanish-speaking parents in the school cafeteria. Their children are seated at a separate table in the back of the room, scribbling wildly on Christmas-themed coloring pages and chatting with their peers in Spanish.

Fellow ENL teacher Christopher Ruggi pulls up a website, Raz-Kids, on the projector pointed behind Ms. Leonard. Speaking Spanish, she tells the audience in that it’s time to begin. READ