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12/17/18 12:58pm

An student at Wading River Elementary School was diagnosed with MRSA, the Shoreham-Wading River School District announced last Wednesday.

“This is a concern for the school district and parents alike,” Superintendent Gerard Poole said in a letter sent to families in the district. READ

04/28/18 5:00am
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Wading River Elementary School’s new World Language club

“Ni hao,” Susana Vique-Kearney said to the fourth-graders as they entered her class early last Wednesday morning.

The students put down their bags and joined each other in front of the SmartBoard, where they viewed a scene featuring Tai chi lessons from the 2010 movie ”The Karate Kid.” They then followed along to an interactive Tai chi video, learning breathing techniques and specific movements of the martial art. — READ

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01/13/16 9:00am

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The Shoreham-Wading River school has decided to install eight new classrooms in its elementary schools as initially planned even though the state Department of Education is recommending the district only build six classrooms.


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(Credit: Nicole Smith)

A LED sign is expected to replace this sign at Wading River Elementary School. (Credit: Nicole Smith)

Thanks to a donation from the Wading River Parent Teacher Association, the outside of the Wading River Elementary School will soon be getting a modern addition. (more…)

08/27/2014 1:00 PM

It’s been a busy summer for workers in the Shoreham-Wading River school district, superintendent Steven Cohen said at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.

With the district implementing a new plan to reorganize the area’s schools by grade, several changes — and even some upgrades — have been made to district buildings.  (more…)

08/20/13 12:00pm
PAUL SQUIRE PHOTO  |  Jack Costas (Center) discusses the new requirements to have proposition construction worked approved by the state at Tuesday night's meeting.

PAUL SQUIRE FILE PHOTO | The Shoreham-Wading River school board is expected to discuss a proposed reorganization plan Tuesday night.

The Shoreham-Wading River school board is expected to continue its discussion tonight of  a plan to reorganize the district’s elementary schools.

The proposal would divide students, with all kindergarteners going to Briarcliff school, grades 1-3 attending school at Miller Avenue and grades 4 and 5 moving to the Wading River school. The proposal is known as the “Princeton Plan.”

In addition, the school board is expected to replace William Bushman, assistant superintendent for human resources, with current assistant superintendent Lou Curra on an interim basis.

Last Tuesday, the Smithtown school board appointed Mr. Bushman as the district’s new assistant superintendent for pupil personnel services.

Scroll down to view the complete agenda. Check back later for an update.

Shoreham-Wading River school board meeting agenda, Aug. 20, 2013