A former Riverhead School District administrator — who was among the state’s highest paid public school employees in 2013-14, despite having worked from home that year — is seeking an additional $27,000 per year from the New York State Teachers’ Retirement System, according to court documents. READ
The students of Roanoke Avenue Elementary School got two gifts from the Parent-Teacher Organization this fall: they got to pick pumpkins and they got to do so without enduring hours of tourist traffic.
Children have historically resisted eating their vegetables — something proponents of school gardens are trying to change. READ
The two victims injured when the Riverhead school minibus they were driving in crashed on the Long Island Expressway and caught fire Thursday afternoon are now resting at home, district superintendent Nancy Carney said Friday.
A Riverhead school bus caught fire and was destroyed Thursday afternoon after it was involved in a “serious accident” on the Long Island Expressway, according to district superintendent Nancy Carney. READ
The family of a Riverhead football player who spent five weeks in a hospital after collapsing from heatstroke is seeking legal action against the school district for “acting in a careless, reckless and negligent manner,” according to a notice of claim filed Wednesday.
The mother of a 4-year-old Riverhead boy was blindsided last Thursday when her son said his minibus driver left him unattended in a bus parked in the Riverhead School District’s lot.
Parents in the Riverhead School District receive automated messages at times to inform them about any number of topics, from an upcoming PTA meeting to an early dismissal.