Shoreham-Wading River enters the 2015-16 school year on the back of substantial construction and renovations across the district, some of which are ongoing, and Superintendent Steven Cohen is excited for students to reap the benefits of those changes — which will include not only more learning opportunities, but also fewer detours around the high school building. READ
After several months of community requests and discussions, the Shoreham-Wading River school board has decided to purchase 24 additional automated external defibrillator machines.
As a general rule, people who have died do not hold conversations very well. READ
One year after a season full of tragedy and triumph, the Shoreham-Wading River High School varsity football team will not defend its Suffolk County championship at home.
Sixteen-year-old Amanda de Lauzon prefers taking her camera out in the rain. She also favors black-and-white photography.
A moment after the gunshot-like crack of the bat, he was dead.
On May 9, the 15-year-old Shoreham-Wading River student technically died while playing baseball in Rocky Point. His heart stopped when a line drive hit him in the chest. It was the worst nightmare for parents, players, coaches and everyone involved: On a Little League field meant for fun and celebration, a young life was on the verge of slipping away. (more…)
The Shoreham-Wading River school board approved colors for new tennis courts at Tuesday’s meeting and addressed concerns about current construction at Miller Avenue Elementary School. READ
John Zukowski was sworn in last night as the SWR school board president. (Credit: Chris Lisinski)
The Shoreham Wading-River Board of Education elected John Zukowski and Robert Rose as its new president and vice president, respectively, at Tuesday night’s meeting.
Mr. Zukowski, an attorney who was first elected in 2011, said he did not specifically seek the position. (more…)