The Riverhead Board of Education unanimously approved using $926,600 from the repair reserve fund for 14 different projects throughout the district following a public hearing at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
One of those projects includes replacing the flooring in certain rooms in the middle school that were found to have non-friable asbestos.
A love of history and art has prompted a part-time Greenport resident to donate printed art pieces to the Riverhead School District and 20 3-D sculptures to the Railroad Museum of Long Island in Riverhead. READ
Like most younger sisters, Tarahji Langhorn wanted to follow in the footsteps of her older sibling.
When 12-year-old Envy Moore became a member of The Butterfly Effect Project, it wasn’t long before Tarahji, 6, joined her. (more…)
Since last year, when six of the seven schools in the Riverhead Central School District were designated focus schools, the administration has been working to update the district’s curriculum.
The district, which also received a focus designation, received $350,000 in funding from the state, which will be used in three ways.
Third graders at Roanoke Elementary School learned about military service from special guests — four United States veterans. READ
Olivia Pizzuto sat behind a large console and looked into a computer screen, which showed her what the four robotic arms a few feet behind her were doing.
As she worked the controls, each arm in turn picked up a packet of lemon juice and dropped it into a foam cup. With each maneuver, her Riverhead High School classmates cheered.