02/17/15 10:00am
JULIE LANE PHOTO | Academic Administrator Jennifer Rylott is still seeking answers from the state about the rollout of the expanded diploma options.

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Academic Administrator Jennifer Rylott is still seeking answers from the state about the rollout of the expanded diploma options.

When Academic Administrator Jennifer Rylott rolled out a new diploma system for Board of Education members last week, she noted she had submitted questions to the State Education Department about implementation. (more…)

02/12/15 2:00pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO New Shelter Island Director of Guidance Martha Tuthill wants to expand opportunities for job shadows, internships and mentoring to students here.

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New Shelter Island Director of Guidance Martha Tuthill wants to expand opportunities for job shadows, internships and mentoring to students here.

What has morphed from a Southold School-Business Advisory Board into the North Fork Business Advisory Board is now ready to open its arms to Shelter Island students and business owners. (more…)

02/11/15 12:00pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO Academic Administrator Jennifer Rylott explained the new diploma system being instituted by the State Education Department as Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik listened to her explanation of changes.

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Academic Administrator Jennifer Rylott explained the new diploma system being instituted by the State Education Department as Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik listened to her explanation of changes.

Not so long ago, New York high school students received a regular diploma, a Regents diploma or a Regents diploma with honors. But it’s a new world now, Academic Administrator Jennifer Rylott told the Board of Education Monday night. (more…)

02/11/15 8:00am
JULIE LANE PHOTO Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik praised the Board of Education for tight fiscal management, but warned that reserve funds to offset spending won’t last forever.

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Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik praised the Board of Education for tight fiscal management, but warned that reserve funds to offset spending won’t last forever.

The public got its first look Monday night at the administrative budget being proposed by the Shelter Island School District Board of Education for 2015-16.

Superintendent Leonard Skuggevik praised the BOE’s work. “This board has been incredibly fiscally responsible,” Mr. Skuggevik said. (more…)