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3 ways to keep kids learning at home

Schools across New York State are closed through April 1, and districts are setting up virtual ways for students and parents to continue learning. Here are some different ways to keep kids …

The nameplate is a tipoff: Donna Jones: Solver of Problems. “A secretary gave that to me,” said Jones. “She told me, ‘That’s what you do.’” Jones …

Whoever said “there’s no crying in baseball” would retract that if they were like Patchogue-Medford 2015 graduate Richard Ciufo — currently an Ivy League senior at …

A state mandate requires that school districts be given a designation of “needing improvement” to set up alternative testing methods for students who opt out of state tests. The …

“Trust the process,” “We are family,” “Better together” and “Only the beginning” are the slogans frequently used as inspiration for sports …

South Ocean Middle School’s new Health teacher, Shannon Maloney, formed the school’s first-ever Wellness Club at the start of the school year. As part of one of the club’s first …

“Parents always ask me if a play is appropriate for younger children, and ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a perfect way to introduce kids as young as four to a theater …

Every year in March and April, students in grades 3-8 take New York State’s standardized tests in English Language Arts, Science and Math. But what has changed over the years and continues to …

Any student with the guts to swim with the sharks will have the chance when the Patchogue Young Professionals set up a tank at Patchogue-Medford High School. Not a real tank, of course: Students …

Isabella Scuteri is a senior at Patchogue-Medford High School with a passion for writing, as the editor-in-chief of The Red and Black newspaper. She also is a fashionista; an AP scholar student; a …

That Dr. Donna Jones accepted the Patchogue-Medford Board of Education vote with measured grace was just another example of her accomplished skill set. Jones, the assistant superintendent of …

There were no injuries reported and students were sent home.

Pat-Med’s new CTE law enforcement and computer tech classes off to a great start

The law removes religious exemptions for required vaccinations for public school students

Angels of Long Island will host a back-to-school drive with clothing and supplies

Seasoned parents give advice on how to set your child up for success as they start school

Pat-Med gears up for school year with CTE, playgrounds and soon, a greenhouse.

Change in vaccination law now restricts religious exemption and important back to school dates to save

Marcus Stroman, of Medford, will come home to play for the New York Mets after his stint in Toronto

Local woman bakes and raffles pies for scholarship fund in honor of late Pat-Med student Analiese Jackson Klein. Aspiring music teacher and recent Pat-Med grad Fayth Gessner was the first to be awarded.

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