The Riverhead Charter School received approval from the New York State Board of Regents last week to offer ninth and 10th grades starting in the 2020-21 school year and to increase its maximum enrollment from 700 students to 787.
The current enrollment is 492, according to Raymond Ankrum, the school’s executive director and principal. (more…)
Tuesday marked the first day of school for Riverhead School District, with children filing to classes under the direction of a new superintendent, and at Aquebogue Elementary School a new assistant principal. READ
Common Core. The name itself had become toxic. It was only a matter of time before New York followed the lead of other states, like Florida, and rebranded the educational standards with a fresh name. READ
As 2016 winds down, it’s time to reflect on the changes that occurred at local schools this year.
The News-Review recently sat down with Nancy Carney, superintendent of the Riverhead Central School District, to discuss everything 2016 brought to Riverhead — including continued construction, new teachers and programs, and more. READ