Parents of students at Phillips and Roanoke elementary schools now have the option of sending their children to Aquebogue Elementary School next month, because the state has declared both Riverhead schools “underperforming” based on low student test scores from last year.
As a national discussion about water quality — specifically in relation to lead levels — grew in the aftermath of the water crisis in Flint, Mich., local school districts began looking internally, testing their own water for the hazardous metal. READ
This summer, special education students in the Riverhead School District kept themselves busy with constant learning and activities. READ
Educators from across Long Island gathered this week in Riverhead to participate in a global symposium dedicated to fostering improved leadership skills.
Laurie Downs has experienced Riverhead school board meetings from several vantage points.
The Riverhead School District has reorganized its administration office by promoting Sam Schneider to deputy superintendent and hiring a new assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction.
Jenny Corbin only decided a couple of months ago that she’s ready for retirement after working as a teacher aide in the Riverhead school district for 44 years.
She was humbled to learn that her tenure was the longest out of the 39 retirees honored Tuesday night at Riverhead High School.
The number of English Language Learners (ELL), or students who are learning how to understand English, is consistently on the rise in the Riverhead School District, nearly doubling over the past three years. READ