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Middle School students recognized for participation in SBU health careers program

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Riverhead Middle School students who participated in Stony Brook University's Health Careers Academic Readiness and Excellence (HCARE) program received certificates of recognition at the regular Board of Education meeting May 14.

School bus driver who saved choking student is honored by board of education

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Quick-thinking school bus driver Martin Doelger saved a choking sixth-grader on his bus May 10.

Nine RHS athletes sign with colleges

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Sporting college apparel, nine Riverhead High School athletes signed letters of intent during an informal ceremony in the district’s athletic office on...

School board meeting, budget hearing set for Tuesday, following week of scandal

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After a sex scandal involving the high school principal and a student rocked the community, the school board meets Tuesday night.

Riverhead wrestler has sights set on Olympics

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Katie Moore, 16, is a nationally ranked in women's wrestling and aims to compete in the 2028 Olympics.

Aquebogue Elementary science fair winners named

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Students at Aquebogue Elementary School participated in the annual science fair April 16.

Four vie for two seats on school board

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Two newcomers are looking to unseat two incumbent school board members Laurie Downs and Elizabeth Silva in this year’s election.

Riverhead high school principal ‘administratively reassigned’ pending personnel investigation

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Riverhead High School principal Dr. Charles Regan has been “administratively reassigned by the district pending an investigation into a personnel matter,” the Riverhead school district announced Tuesday night.

Riley Avenue students raise $8,000 for American Heart Association

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The students raised $8,000 in sponsorships to participate in a variety of jumping activities during their gym periods on April 18.

Riverhead computing students visit Brookhaven National Lab

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Riverhead middle school, high school and Pulaski Street Elementary School students in the Scientific Computing Program visited Brookhaven National Lab March 27 to see how computing skills can be applied in the world.
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