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Pulaski Street School and East End Voter Coalition celebrate Juneteenth with annual essay contest

Pulaski Street School and the East End Voter Coalition celebrated Juneteenth Friday with a presentation of the winning essays in the annual Juneteenth essay contest.

Students and community march against drugs in 35th annual Riverhead CAP event

The Riverhead CAP “Say No to Drugs” march returned to downtown Riverhead Friday morning after a two-year pandemic hiatus, welcomed back by perfect spring weather and hundreds of enthusiastic participants and spectators.

Two more Riverhead school employees test positive for coronavirus, district will no longer report individual cases to parents

Two more staff members at Riverhead Central School District have tested positive for COVID-19. One employee works at Riverhead Middle School; the other works at Pulaski Street School.

Pulaski students wear red to remember Boy Scout Andrew McMorris

Pulaski Street Elementary School wore red to school Wednesday to honor the memory of Wading River Boy Scout Andrew McMorris, who was killed by a drunk driver in September 2018.

Riverhead elementary school principal and teacher reassigned pending personnel investigation

The principal of Pulaski Street Elementary School and a teacher there have been administratively reassigned pending personnel investigations,

New assistant principal at Pulaski; high school music teacher named fine arts director

The school board on Tuesday night appointed Callan Lonergan as assistant principal of Pulaski Street School and Jason Rottkamp as the district's director of fine arts.

Pulaski Street students share writing during author’s reception

Fifth graders showcased their writing skills during a classroom author’s reception on June 12.

Honoring the Stars and Stripes: Pulaski Street students observe Flag Day

Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented a program at Pulaski Street School about the history of the United States flag, which celebrates its 242nd birthday today.

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

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

Remembering — and learning from — a hometown hero, PFC Garfield Langhorn

“Let us all find the courage to right a wrong, to speak for the voiceless, to protect the defenseless. Let us each remember to honor our personal responsibilities and commitments and to offer service to our country, our communities and our families.” Riverhead Medal of Honor recipient PFC Garfield M. Langhorn was remembered at Pulaski Street School yesterday with the 14th annual Garfield Langhorn memorial essay contest.