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
Two years ago, North Fork school districts partnered with local hospitals, elected officials and the Family Service League to form the North Fork Coalition for Behavioral Health. READ
Most schools in Southold Town performed below average proficiency levels for Suffolk County on the English Language Arts and math assessments given in April and May, according to state data. READ
Several school districts on the North Fork will offer propositions along with their budgets this Tuesday, May 21, when voters head to the polls.
The district that asked voters to pierce the tax cap last year will stay well under the cap this time around — but Greenport will float a $23.8 million bond project at a separate vote in June.
Bishop McGann-Mercy High School senior Sarah Dern arrived home from school earlier than usual Monday, because after-school activities were canceled. There, the phone rang almost immediately with a message from the school to check for an important email. READ
Aidan Walker of Southold has earned a place on the fall semester dean’s list at the University of Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters. READ
As the New Suffolk Common School District and its residents grapple with the future of the historic red schoolhouse, built in 1907, it’s safe to wonder how sustainable such small districts can be in the years to come, given the changing demographics of the North Fork. READ
As 2017 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on the changes that took place at local schools during the year. READ
I am convinced that the foundation of good education is about the concept of building — building a school, building community, building relationships and building a sense of self. READ
Southold Elementary School fifth-graders got a special treat last Wednesday that they helped grow and cook themselves. READ