Two years ago, the state’s education commissioner went around the state and was met with thousands of parents upset over the controversial Common Core curriculum.
Shoreham-Wading River High School is expected to expand its athletic program next year by offering more sporting opportunities for female students, including girls varsity golf and a kickline team.
Ever run a 5K in costume? This Halloween, there’ll be a perfect opportunity in Riverhead. READ
Shoreham-Wading River athletic director Mark Passamonte was honored last week with a proclamation from Legislator Sarah Anker for his effort to “reform sports safety measures with the Shoreham-Wading River School District.” READ
For Adam Conover, a 2000 graduate of Shoreham-Wading River High School, seeing himself on television didn’t exactly live up to his expectations.
“I had seen it so many times from the website that it didn’t have as big an impact as I thought it would,” he said.
In October 2012, Anthony Mammina of Wading River met what his mother, Jennifer, describes as his “match made in heaven.”
No, the “match” wasn’t romantic, as it might sound. Instead, it was the result of Anthony, then 17, meeting Barbara McNamara, a Long Island Advocacy employee who set him up with services designed to help students with developmental disabilities prepare for the transition from school to a post-education life.