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Seven Riverhead HS teams earn scholar-athlete recognition

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Seven varsity athletic teams playing for Riverhead High School were honored by the New York State Athletic Association as Scholar-Athlete teams for the fall 2018 season.

Riverhead HS science and engineering group tours local waterways

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Members of the Women in Science and Engineering group at Riverhead High School had a unique opportunity to experience Long Island’s diverse winter wildlife on Dec. 11.

New school security director presents assessment and recommendations

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Riverhead school district’s security department was severely short-staffed, guards were not deployed efficiently and physical security improvements at the high school and one elementary school required immediate attention, the district’s new security director told the school board and public at last night’s meeting.

Blue Waves, coming off their best finish in program history, take home honors at coaches’ association awards dinner

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The Riverhead Blue Waves Suffolk County Division I championship field hockey team took home numerous awards from the Suffolk County Field Hockey Coaches Association’s annual awards dinner last night.

Longtime Riverhead Middle School principal resigns for new post in Amityville

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After 16 years as Riverhead Middle School principal, Andrea Pekar, whose roots run deep in the Riverhead school community, is moving on. She's accepted a position as an assistant superintendent in the Amityville school district, where she starts Jan. 7.

Roanoke students get a real life Veteran’s Day lesson

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Local veterans visited third-grade students at Roanoke Avenue School to give them some firsthand lessons about being in the military.

School officials urge whole-child approach to achieve student success

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The Riverhead student population is economically disadvantaged and academically underperforming. “Our students are more than test scores... we are looking at the whole child, their social-emotional, academic and behavioral needs and creating a multi-tiered system of support,” director of pupil personnel Eileen Manitta said.

Sixth-graders donate hundreds of pounds of candy to soldiers serving overseas

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Students from Pulaski Street School collected nearly 500 pounds of candy after Halloween which they will donate to U.S. troops serving overseas.

Riverhead Middle School student competes at county swim meet

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The Blue Waves sent a seventh-grade swimmer to the Suffolk County swim championship meet to compete in the 100-meter backstroke event.

Nine Riverhead students named to NYS honor bands

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Nine talented RCSD music students were selected to perform with NYS Honor Bands.
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