Ronald Breuer of Cutchogue watched three of his granddaughters in Girl Scout Troop 864 dip their feet in blue paint on a recent Saturday and slowly pace down a path from the Cutchogue East Elementary School jungle gym to the new blacktop, leaving colored footprints behind. READ
Julia Sheldon of Cutchogue East Elementary School won this year’s Arbor Day school poster contest, sponsored by the Southold Town Tree Committee. The fifth grader, as well as honorable mention recipients, were recognized at last Tuesday’s Town Board meeting.
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…)
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…)
A pink ribbon attached to a small tree flutters in the breeze along the driveway of the West home in Cutchogue. The cars in the driveway both feature pink silhouettes of a young girl with the name Morgan underneath. Three flower arrangements rest on the porch.
I’m Beth Ficner. I’m the security guard here at Cutchogue East School.
I started working as a security guard in 2004. My normal day is to punch in at 7:30. I come in and go down to the cafeteria, where chorus and band is taking place. I go outside, help the kids off the bus with their instruments, make sure they get in safely. And then I basically stand outside there helping kids in and out of the car. The reason for me being out there helping with the cars is not only for their safety, but I enjoy greeting the kids, making them have a smile in the morning. Some kids have a rough time so I’ll crack a joke, and try to help them out of the car and start their day off a little bit smoother. READ
Mattituck High School students openly bullied each other Monday morning — for educational purposes.
The students, members of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club, performed skits for third-graders at Cutchogue East Elementary School to illustrate bullying and demonstrate that ignoring it can be just as destructive. READ