The victories keep rolling in for John DeLuca and Evan Wagner.
The teenagers won first place at the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association National Automotive Technology Competition earlier this month. READ
The Riverhead School Board on Tuesday accepted a $48,213 donation from the estate of Rosa L. Stolzenberg for the purchase of musical instruments for the district. READ
Riverhead Board of Education member Laurie Downs questioned where the money came from to convert two school buses into charter buses for field trips, and when that was publicly discussed by the board. READ
The Riverhead Board of Education formally voted Wednesday night to send a $136.3 million budget to voters. The budget calls for a 3.77 percent increase in the tax levy and a 4.38 percent increase in district spending. READ
Shoreham-Wading River High School juniors Liam Clifford and Christian Wesselborg earned the Best Video Project award at the Long Island Youth Summit earlier this month for a video they produced on renewable energy. READ
At least three newcomers will be elected to school boards in Riverhead and Shoreham-Wading River this year.
Riverhead board member Kim Ligon, who has served since 2011, is not seeking re-election and her seat is up for grabs, as are those of incumbents Chris Dorr of Baiting Hollow and Greg Meyer of Calverton.
The Shoreham-Wading River Board of Education is scheduled to appoint a new school district superintendent at Tuesday’s meeting.
Gerard Poole, who currently works as assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the Freeport School District, will replace interim superintendent Neil Lederer on July 1.